Fix Network Partners With SATA
The Fix Network has announced a new global supply chain partnership with SATA.
According to a release by the network, this partnership will not only aid in global growth but will also help strengthen their positions as industry leaders in innovation and quality worldwide. SATA is the fourth aftermarket specialist to become Fix Network’s official aftermarket global supply partner, after 3M, AkzoNobel, and Mirka.
As explained by Fix Network, building strong partnerships with leading suppliers is important for the growth and success of the network and also aids in its objective of continuous expansion of operations globally. The network sees this partnership as a great value addition since it considers the company as a manufacturer of premier spray gun and associated products. SATA produces high-quality products and works in close cooperation with painters in the industry. The company also collaborates with key paint manufacturers for research and development.
As per the new partnership, Fix Network will receive an assortment of innovative and technological systems designed to deliver superior performance, from SATA. The network also states that SATA’s commitment to quality, health and safety is on par with Fix Network’s goal of providing the best and safest solutions to its facilities.
“Fix Network is working hard to deliver a quality supply chain offering to its members. This global agreement with SATA is reflective of our ongoing objective to provide best in class, safe solutions to our locations so they can provide an elite experience for their customers,” says Steve Leal, President & CEO of Fix Network World.
Albrecht Kruse, CEO of SATA, is also pleased with this new partnership. “SATA is committed to supporting the fundamentally changing collision industry with state-of-the-art paint application solutions, thus contributing to professional and safe repairs. Our co-operation with the global Fix Network goes hand in hand with our mission to assist the industry in best adapting to the ever-increasing complexities of modern repair processes,” he says.