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.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Australian Aftermarket—Key Findings and Trends
2. Definitions and Segmentation
Definitions
Market
Units
Revenue
CAGR
3. Vehicles in Operation Analysis
Vehicles in Operation Analysis
Vehicles in Operation Analysis—Discussion
4. Parts Analysis
Parts Breakdown
Tires
Batteries
Parts and Accessories
Collision Body Parts
Oils and Lubricants
Servicing Parts
Parts Breakdown by Revenue
Top Aftermarket Suppliers
Goodyear
Century Batteries
GUD
Ryco
OEX
All Crash Parts
Protex
NGK
AC Delco
KYB
FuelMiser
Aftermarket Parts Categories Analysis
5. Distribution Channel Analysis
Australian Automotive Aftermarket Structure
Domestic and Overseas Manufacturers
OE and Non-OE parts
Key Distributor/Service Groups Compared in This Study
Larger Retailers
Retailers
OES Centers
Aftermarket Service Chains
Service Station
Independent Workshops
Australian Automotive Aftermarket Revenue Distribution
Top Australian Service Centre Chains
Aftermarket Wholesale and Retail Distribution Centers
Service Centers by Type
New Car Warranties Offered by OEMs
6. Distributor Profiles
Distributor Profile—Repco
Company Profile
Supercheap Auto
Burson Auto Parts
7. Conclusions and Future Outlook—Australian Aftermarket
Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
Legal Disclaimer
8. Appendix
Table of Acronyms
9. The Frost & Sullivan Story


List of Figures & Charts

1. Automotive Aftermarket: Key Findings and Trends, Australia, 2015
2. Automotive Aftermarket: Key Definitions, Australia, 2015
3. Automotive Aftermarket: Parts Breakdown, Australia, 2015
4. Automotive Aftermarket: Parts Breakdown by Revenue, Australia, 2015 and 2020
5. Automotive Aftermarket: Top Service Centre Chains, Australia, 2015
6. Automotive Aftermarket: New Car Warranties Offered by OEMs, Australia, 2015
7. Automotive Aftermarket: Profile of Repco, Australia, 2015
8. Automotive Aftermarket: Profile of Supercheap Auto, Australia, 2015
9. Automotive Aftermarket: Profile of Burson Auto Parts, Australia, 2015
10. Automotive Aftermarket: Key Conclusions, Australia, 2015


1. Automotive Aftermarket: Key Findings and Trends, Australia, 2015
2. Automotive Aftermarket: Vehicles in Operation, Australia, 2015 and 2020
3. Automotive Aftermarket: Average Vehicle Age, Australia, 2015 and 2020
4. Automotive Aftermarket: Vehicles in Operation by Brand, Australia, 2015
5. Automotive Aftermarket: Average Annual Use, Australia, 2015 and 2020
6. Automotive Aftermarket: Distribution Structure, Australia, 2015
7. Automotive Aftermarket: Revenue Distribution Channels, Australia, 2015
8. Automotive Aftermarket: Wholesale and Retail Distribution Centers, Australia, 2012–2020
9. Automotive Aftermarket: Service Centers by Type, Australia, 2012–2020
10. Automotive Aftermarket: New Car Warranties Offered by OEMs, Australia, 2015



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