Tyre retail market in a redistribution phase

Thursday 23rd April 2015 | 0 Comments
 
The post-recessionary tyre retail top 20 now appears to have ‘right-sized’ and to some extent redistributed its concentration, especially in the bottom half of the table
The post-recessionary tyre retail top 20 now appears to have ‘right-sized’ and to some extent redistributed its concentration, especially in the bottom half of the table

While many of the names of the top 20 tyre retail chains will be familiar, the last year has seen the continuation of a number of so-called right-sizing and redistribution trends, especially at the bottom end of the top 15 between places (positions 11 – 15). At the same time, one or two medium sized retailers have grown significantly since the last survey, resulting in greater influence from this part of the market. At the same time as this, the total number of branches controlled by the top 20 chains continues to grow – pushing the balance of power further in the direction of those retail multiples.

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