Outlook of Australian Automotive Aftermarket

  • ID: 3641970
  • Report
  • Region: Australia
  • 39 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Consolidation of Large Distributors Leads to the Evolution of the Two Step Channel

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Autobarn
  • Autopro
  • Burson Auto Parts
  • Ford
  • Holden
  • Repco
  • MORE
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.

Key Findings

- Vehicles in Operation (VIO) of Australian light vehicles is expected to grow at a CAGR of X% from 2015 to 2020, providing a big opportunity for the automotive aftermarket in the future.

- Light vehicles sales is expected to increase at a CAGR of X% from 2015 to 2020, with traditional Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) brands experiencing competition from South Korean and Chinese brands.

- Industry consolidation, as evidenced by Burson Auto Parts’ recent acquisition of Autopro and Autobarn, will put downward pressure on prices, as large distributors use their enhanced bargaining power to negotiate higher concessions.

- The average vehicle age is increasing. Currently, the average age of passenger vehicles in Australia is X years and this is expected to increase to X years within the next decade.

Vehicles in Operation Analysis

- VIO of Passenger Vehicles (PVs) and Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) in Australia is likely to increase from X million in 2015 to X million in 2020, growing at a CAGR X%.

- Toyota, Holden, and Ford continue to dominate the Australian car parc due to their history of manufacturing in Australia. However, the market share of key OEMs continues to marginally decline each year as newer participants enter the market and consumers are spoilt for choice.

- The average age of passenger vehicles in Australia at years is higher than that in other developed regions such as the US and Europe.

- The average distance travelled annually by Australian vehicles (X km) is lower than that of vehicles in the US (approximately X km) and Europe (approximately X km). Hence, their lifespan is longer.

- LCVs typically have a longer lifecycle, as corporations aim to maximize the return on their capital investments.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Autobarn
  • Autopro
  • Burson Auto Parts
  • Ford
  • Holden
  • Repco
  • MORE
1. Executive Summary

2. Definitions and Segmentation

3. Vehicles in Operation Analysis

4. Parts Analysis
  • Parts Breakdown
  • Parts Breakdown by Revenue
  • Top Aftermarket Suppliers
  • Aftermarket Parts Categories Analysis
5. Distribution Channel Analysis
  • Australian Automotive Aftermarket Structure
  • Key Distributor/Service Groups Compared in This Study
  • 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
  • Company Profile - Burson Auto Parts
7. Conclusions and Future Outlook - Australian Aftermarket
  • Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
  • Legal Disclaimer
8. Appendix
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- Autobarn
- Autopro
- Burson Auto Parts
- Ford
- Holden
- Repco
- Supercheap Auto
- Toyota
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