2020 Vision of the Australian Automotive Aftermarket

Australian Automotive Aftermarket Headed Toward Consolidation in the Future

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This research service presents the 2020 vision for the automotive aftermarket in Australia. This market is expected to exhibit a steady CAGR during 2012–2020 driven by increased demand for accessories. The market is expected to become consolidated in the future as scale becomes a key factor for profitability. This research service is a compilation of findings published by Frost & Sullivan’s automotive aftermarket team over the past three years from primary and secondary data sources. It gives a strategic analysis of vehicles in operation, and provides parts, service, distribution channel, and OES channel analyses as well as regulatory influences, technology trends, key company profiles, conclusions and fut

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Executive SummaryAutomotive Aftermarket—Retail Aftermarket Parts Revenues Executive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Key Findings (continued)Aftermarket Parts RevenueTop Aftermarket DistributorsAustralian Automotive Aftermarket StructureResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study Will Answer Research BackgroundResearch MethodologyResearch Methodology (continued)Definitions and SegmentationWhat is a 360º Analysis?Vehicle ClassificationsKey Distributor/Service Groups Compared in this StudyDefinitionsOverview SectionAutomotive AftermarketTop Trends, 2012AutomotiveTop TrendsAutomotive Aftermarket Top Trends (continued)Automotive Aftermarket Top Trends (continued)Strengthening of Top DistributorsAutomotive Aftermarket: Aftermarket Roadmap, Australia, 2005–2020Vehicles in Operation AnalysisVehicles in Operation (VIO) by Type Vehicles in Operation by BrandPassenger Vehicles in Operation by BrandVehicles in Operation by AgeAverage Passenger Vehicle AgeAverage Light Commercial Vehicle AgeAverage Annual UseConclusions—Vehicles in Operation AnalysisParts AnalysisParts BreakdownAutomotive Aftermarket—Retail Aftermarket Parts Revenues Top Aftermarket SuppliersCompetitive Evaluation of Aftermarket Parts CategoriesService AnalysisAustralian Automotive Services IndustryService Centers by Vehicle Service Market Share in AustraliaTop Australian Service Centre ChainsCompetitive Evaluation of the Australian Consumer Automotive Maintenance BehaviorDistribution Channel AnalysisAustralian Automotive Aftermarket StructureAustralian Automotive Aftermarket Revenue DistributionAftermarket Wholesale and Retail Distribution Centers Competitive Evaluation of Distribution OES Channel AnalysisTrends in the OES ChannelNew Car Warranties (from OEMs)Statutory Versus Express WarrantiesRegulatory InfluencesAutomotive Aftermarket—Key RegulationsTechnology TrendsAutomotive Aftermarket—Technology ApplicationsAutomotive Aftermarket—Technology Applications (continued)Key Company ProfilesTop 5 Distributors and Market ShareKey Company Profiles—Repco AustraliaKey Company Profiles—Supercheap AutoKey Company Profiles—Auto OneConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedTable of Acronyms Used (continued)Learn More—Next StepsRelevant ResearchRelevant Research (continued)Market Engineering Methodology

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