Carglass® Executives and Customers Visit Symach’s State-of-the-Art Facility in Italy

Last week Carglass® executives visited Symach’s operations in Bologna, Italy. Mr. Guido De Paepe, recently named CEO of the company, accompanied Carglass® top customers to tour the state-of-the-art facility. During the visit, De Paepe held a detailed presentation for Carglass® customers to learn more about the Italian equipment, which was recently installed in five branches in Belgium. He talked about how impressed the Company has been with Symach’s FixStation after the acquisition of 15 additional locations from CARe in Belgium, two of which already equipped with Symach’s system, and how it is an important part of Carglass’s® long-term growth strategy, which includes offering auto body repair to its customers in Belgium and Luxembourg, purpose for which Carglass® Carosserie was founded.

He also told attendees about the superior quality of the equipment and how he believes it is the best available in the market for collision repair work. Not only has the company found that it has helped them increase the number of repairs in the shops, but it is also allowing them to perform high-quality repairs more efficiently. The visit ended with a live demo of how efficiently the FixStation works, which positively impressed all Symach’s guests. Attached please a few pictures.

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Carglass® is the specialist in repairing and replacing car windscreens in Belgium. Every year, Carglass® assists more than 300,000 motorists, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year at one of our 42 service centres right across Belgium, at home or work, thanks to our 100 emergency vehicles. Carglass® is part of Belron®, the world’s largest car glass repair and replacement company, with service centres in 34 countries. Carglass® employs 750 people in Belgium. Belron® is 94.85% owned by the D’Ieteren Group.