Inside Fix Network’s rapid expansion in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Fix Network World has gotten even bigger. The company is celebrating the opening of 17 facilities in Saudi Arabia, in partnership with Gulf Motor Company (GMC), a part of United Motors Group (UMG).

From planning through realization, Fix Network’s expansion to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia took just over two years. According to the team behind operations in the Kingdom, the goal for 2024 is to position Fix Auto Collision and Fix Network Service as the number-one collision repair and service choice for clients and insurers whilst simultaneously launching the NOVUS Glass brand.


Left to right: Nick Spiers, director of strategic initiatives, Fix Network World; Graham Purvis, group aftersales director, United Motors Group; Hassan M. Al-Shamrani, group CEO of Gulf Motor Company; Steve Leal, president and CEO, Fix Network World; Craig Hardie, group COO, United Motors Group; Harry Dhanjal, global VP of OEM relations and strategic market development, Fix Network World, and Abdullah Amro, head of operations, Gulf Motor Company.

Fix Network first launched its operations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) in January 2023 and has since established 17 locations, including the largest Fix Auto Collision in the world at a staggering 6,359 square metres (68,447 sq. ft.). According to estimates from the team in Riyadh, the facility’s capacity is a whopping 880 vehicles per month, with plans for growth via multiple shifts as the business expands.

Equipment at the Fix Auto Collision and Service facilities includes Spanesi aluminum bays, chassis benches and paint booths; GYS welding equipment and Total Energies lubricants and oils. OEM certifications include Kia for collision and Jetour for both collision and service, with plans to expand the manufacturer certifications in the future.

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