Over 100 Jobs Come To Broken Arrow With Auto Industries Offshoring | Local news

“This will be a one-time facility in Oklahoma, and we plan to make sure the headquarters remain at Broken Arrow,” Al-Rifai said.

Automotive Industries will launch its new all-in-one fleet and dealer service center at Broken Arrow to offer repairs, technology and logistics. Some of its services include bodywork, mechanics, glass, upholstery, detailing and scheduled maintenance.

According to the release, the company “gives customers control of their inventory with an easy-to-use estimate and a proprietary tracking application. Reconditioning facility. Customers don’t have to send their vehicles to three or more shops for repair,” thus saving time and money.

The company’s primary market is for franchise dealers and fleet companies locally and in the surrounding states.

“Located on three highways with access from the north and south, this property is a top choice for our operation. With everything moving east, we expect this property to be a great investment for our future, ”Al-Rifai said.

He and his staff are renovating the property and plan to be up and running by the second quarter of 2022, with hiring scheduled to begin after the first of the year.

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