Automotive Holdings Group Limited


Automotive Holdings Group Limited (AHG) is a diversified automotive retailing and logistics group with operations in Australian and New Zealand. AHG operates in two segments: Automotive Retail and Logistics. Automotive Retail operates from 106 franchise sites representing 27 manufacturers, and Logistics comprise AHG’s automotive parts warehousing and distribution business, refrigerated transport, cold storage and distribution, vehicle storage, and engineering and motorcycle distribution. On June 2, 2008, AHG acquired the Liverpool Nissan, a New South Wales’ Nissan sales and service dealership from WSA (Liverpool) Pty Ltd. On June 1, 2008, AHG acquired Allpike Peugeot and Citroen, a Western Australian Peugeot and Citroen sales and service dealership.  

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  • Automotive 
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  • Automotive 
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  • 1900/01/01