The Tyrepower Group was formed in 1977 by ten independent tyre retailers. Tyrepower was founded to offer the consumer the flexibility, savings and value of an independent dealer network and now has grown to be the largest independent tyre retailer in Australasia. Tyrepower is recognised by many of the largest manufacturers as a primary distribution channel in Australasia. The focus of all Tyrepower stores is to provide knowledgeable and friendly customer service which will see Tyrepower become Australasia’s biggest and most respected tyre retailer.

Holden is an iconic Australian brand. As part of GM Australia NZ Ltd, Holden Certified Service, along with Genuine and ACDelco Parts are available through a vast distribution network. The company was founded in 1856 as a saddlery manufacturer in South Australia. Holden has been involved with factory backed teams in Australian touring car racing since 1968. Holden along with ACDelco continues today as a major sponsor of the Triple Eight Race Engineering ZB Commodore Supercars team. Holden has won the Bathurst 1000 34 times, more than any other manufacturer, and has won the Australian Touring Car and Supercars Championship title 20 times.

Holden – Still at your Service

SACHS is the market leader in OE for shock absorbers and clutches. With a strong background in motorsports and over 120 years of experience, SACHS has proven that it provides premium quality with exceptional performance, even under the most extreme circumstances. SACHS parts prove their strength even in challenging applications, have been an integral part of Craig’s career for over 15 years and continue to be the leading and most trusted shock absorber brand on the current Supercars grid in Australia.

Ampol Limited, formerly Caltex Australia, returned to the iconic Australian name In May 2020. Ampol manages the country’s largest petrol and convenience network as well as refining, importing and marketing fuels and lubricants. Ampol is backed by experience with a history spanning over 120 years, having grown to become the largest transport fuels company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.

In recent years Ampol has expanded its national and international footprint to develop a reliable and adaptable supply chain extending from the regional hub of Singapore, where they operate a trading and shipping office, to the Australian end consumer, serving over 80,000 customers in markets such as defence, mining, aviation and over three million retail customers every week.

Ampol’s robust supply chain is underpinned by market-leading infrastructure, including 19 terminals, five major pipelines, 89 depots, approximately 800 controlled retail sites, 2,000 associated sites and one refinery located in Lytton, Queensland. This network is supported by over 7,600 people across Australia and overseas.

Established in Australia in 1969 Honda Motorcycles Australia is based in Campbellfield, Victoria with dealerships all over the country. As the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer Honda is renowned for providing high quality, reliable products utilising the latest innovative technology. For more information on Honda Motorcycles, visit https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/