Australian Aftermarket Outlook, Forecast to 2020

Consolidation of Large Distributors to Promote Evolution of 2-step Channel as Middlemen Get Cut Out

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This research service provides an overview of the Australian aftermarket, including demand analysis and revenue forecasts, revenue by product type, and analysis of distribution channels, and key market participants by product category. Product categories focused on in this study are tires, batteries, collision body parts, oils, and lubricants, among others. The study also focuses on service centers, aftermarket wholesale and retail distribution centers, and service centers by type. The top 3 distributors in the aftermarket have also been profiled. The base year is 2015. Historical data is presented from 2012 and forecasts are provided up to 2020.

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Executive SummaryAustralian Aftermarket—Key Findings and TrendsDefinitions and SegmentationDefinitionsVehicles in Operation AnalysisVehicles in Operation AnalysisVehicles in Operation Analysis—DiscussionParts AnalysisParts BreakdownParts Breakdown by RevenueTop Aftermarket SuppliersAftermarket Parts Categories AnalysisDistribution Channel AnalysisAustralian Automotive Aftermarket StructureKey Distributor/Service Groups Compared in This StudyAustralian Automotive Aftermarket Revenue DistributionTop Australian Service Centre ChainsAftermarket Wholesale and Retail Distribution CentersService Centers by TypeNew Car Warranties Offered by OEMsDistributor ProfilesDistributor Profile—RepcoCompany Profile—Supercheap AutoCompany Profile—Burson Auto PartsConclusions and Future Outlook—Australian AftermarketKey Conclusions and Future OutlookLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of AcronymsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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