Service King to Open Brand-New Facility in Southern Fort Worth, Texas - BodyShop Business

Service King to Open Brand-New Facility in Southern Fort Worth, Texas

Service King Collision Repair Centers announced the relocation of its South Fort Worth, Texas, location as the company continues to expand within Tarrant County. The brand-new facility at 9601 South I-35W in Fort Worth will open its doors for business on Monday, July 20.

In addition to traditional Service King offerings, the new location features working space for insurance adjusters, a continuing education training center, and Enterprise Rent-A-Car on-site. This newly constructed collision repair center is located two miles from the previous South Fort Worth facility and is 23,000 square feet – up from 13,000 square feet at the former location.

“This gives us the ability to repair at least 25 more vehicles at a time than in the previous facility,” said Jeff McFadden, Service King’s vice president of sales and marketing.

The company says moving the shop will also give some Service King employees the opportunity to work closer to home. As the largest employee-owned multi-shop operator in the nation, Service King says it’s dedicated to promoting from within and giving employees the option to transfer to a different location or to advance to opportunities in other areas of the operation.
 
Service King operates 22 Dallas-Fort Worth locations and one Houston location. For more information, visit www.serviceking.com.

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