Repairify, Inc., Parent Company of asTech, Expands Again

Repairify, Inc., Parent Company of asTech, Expands Again

This month, the company will open its new 21,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility featuring a dedicated training and research area along with expanded space for additional master technicians.

Repairify, makers of the asTech device, announced that it opened its new headquarters this month in Plano, Texas. The 21,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility features a dedicated training and research area along with expanded space for additional master technicians. The new office, which is three times larger than the previous location, is in addition to the company’s existing operation in Jacksonville, Fla., and will allow for growth as the company continues the roll-out of its next generation asTech device along with its expansion into mobile vehicle electronic services.

“We expect our rapid growth to continue, especially as we add capability to perform vehicle electronic and airbag services locally,” said CEO Doug Kelly. “Although we can perform a great deal of work remotely, to be a true automotive service business, you need to provide trained technicians at the vehicle when needed. Providing larger repair shops on-site technicians with the recent acquisition of select mobile diagnostic services business in key markets will help ensure our customers can stay ahead of the ever-changing automobile.”

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