Symach installs FixStation in B.C.
- April 16, 2018
- Posted by: Simon Wait
- Category: Industry News
Symach has installed its FixLine system at Mervyn’s The Body Shop in Kelowna, British Columbia.
The FixLine system consists of a layout and repair process that combines Symach’s patented Drytronic technology, specialized robots and the Symach Paint Application Process (SPAP) painting cycle.
‘The FixStation is a modern and innovative solution that will ensure high productivity for Mervyn’s The Body Shop,’ said Osvaldo Bergaglio, CEO of Symach. ‘The hybrid solution works as a spray booth and a workstation in one area and will allow one of Mervyn’s technicians to perform three to four repairs a day without moving the vehicle.’
Mervyn’s The Body Shop, more than 40 years old, was purchased by Peter Facinek in the early 2000s. Agostino came on board as the body shop manager soon after and became co-owner of the business. Since then, he has run the shop on a day-to-day basis with Facinek as a consultant and silent partner.
Since installing the equipment, Agostino said it has helped the shop stay cleaner and it’s a nicer environment for his 13 employees to work, many of whom have worked there long-term. By installing the lifts, it has also been easier on the body technicians. Overall, he said has been impressed with the dependability and predictability of the equipment.