About Michelin Australia
Michelin Australia Pty Ltd was established in October 1997 to manage and develop the markets of Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region. Prior to this, Michelin tyres were imported by local distributors and have been present on the Australian automotive market since the 1940s. The products marketed by Michelin Australia today include tyres for passenger car, light truck, earthmover equipment, heavy truck and bus, agricultural and industrial equipment, aviation, motorcycle and bicycle.
Based in Port Melbourne Victoria, the Michelin Australia Head Quarters is also home to the Michelin Australia Training Centre (MATC). This training centre is one of a few dedicated facilities in Michelin's network of companies in the Asia-Pacific region.
To complete the Australia wide service offering, Michelin Australia is also supported by a network of administrative sales offices in Perth, Sydney and Brisbane.
For more information on Michelin Operations Worldwide visit: www.michelin.com
Michelin Australia Pty Ltd
51 - 57 Fennell Street
Port Melbourne, Victoria 3207
ABN: 84 006 761 628
About the Michelin Group
The Michelin Group is a global company headquartered in Clermont-Ferrand, France.
Founded in 1880, the Michelin Group provides tyres to over 170 countries. The Michelin Group makes tyres locally for your specific needs and road conditions in one of our 69 production facilities around the world.
Michelin's 114,000 employees are committed to making the safest and most relevant tyres for you.
Michelin are leaders in innovation and sustainable development for the mobility of people and goods.
For more information on the Michelin Group and Michelin operations worldwide visit: www.michelin.com.
Our Purpose – A Better Way Forward
Because we believe mobility is essential for human development, we constantly innovate to make it safer, more efficient and environmentally friendly for users around the world. We are firmly committed to offering our customers uncompromising quality - that's our priority.
History of the Michelin Group
Michelin brothers André and Édouard embarked on a great human and industrial odyssey in 1889 – to develop modern transport solutions that assisted freedom and economic development through ceaseless innovation.
Since then the Michelin brand has been associated with many industries and world firsts: the first detachable bicycle tyre (1891), the first paved runway in the world (1916), the first Radial tyre (1946) to just name a few.
Visit: www.michelin.com for a history of the Michelin Group.
Michelin’s Sustainable Development
Effective ELT tyre management is based on the identification and implementation of best practices for collecting and recovering all used tyres. Ambition 2050 : 100% of ELT will be collected and recycled worldwide, compared to 50% today.
Michelin Australia & the Tyre Stewardship of Australia
Michelin Australia has made a conscious decision to support the Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA), a not for profit organisation, as we believe in the creation of sustainable industry practices relating to the environment as a priority.
At the heart of what we seek to achieve globally is our commitment to the development of sustainable transport solutions. While innovations such as fuel efficient tyres and longer lasting tyres already make a substantial contribution, we also have a responsibility to find the best solution once our tyres reach the end of their lifecycles.
This is in line with the objectives of the Tyre Stewardship Australia, and as a founding member, why we fully support the scheme.
More information about the Tyre Stewardship can be found here.