TGB Scooters Update
TGB has marked September 2011 with outstanding results according to the latest figures released by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI).
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TGB Scooters grabbed an impressive 14.2% of the entire Australian scooter market for September 2011.
This outstanding result has cemented TGB's position within the motorcycle industry and has made TGB officially the 5th highest selling scooter brand in Australia...and growing!!!
Drawing upon its years of experience in vehicle design and manufacturing, TGB produce a range of scooters catering for those searching for a fun, economical and fashionable commuting experience or a scooter to put to work in a commercial application.
To complement September’s retails, in results reported by the FCAI TGB scooters boasted a staggering 49.3% complete increase in scooter sales in 2011 in comparison to the same time last year.
National Sales Manager, Alan Collins says, “With TGB being an established brand, to increase sales by a further by 49.3% in 12 months is pleasing, and we expect further organic growth from the release of several new models and an increased marketing presence.”
“TGB scooters success can be put down to their quality, reliability and the outstanding after sale customer service provided by TGB’s accomplished dealer network.”
The September result was aided by TGB’s partnership with Dominos Pizza Enterprises, Australia’s largest pizza chain. TGB hold a unique position in the Australian market; offering the leading scooter specifically designed for commercial applications.
“To be the trusted supplier of scooters to Dominos Pizza Enterprises is evidence of TGB scooters reliability, and easy to operate designs. Also the fact that TGB scooters have high visibility, durability, and are environmental friendly is also key features that make TGB scooters Domino’s number one
TGB delivery scooters are available in a 50cc and 125cc model with a 150 litre top box.
The momentum is set to continue for TGB scooters with the introduction of the TGB X Race 150 this month, as well as the introduction of the new 300cc Retro (Bellavita) to be released early 2012.
There is also an increasing demand for the TGB delivery scooters to both Domino’s and other commercial partners. National Sales Manager, Alan Collins is thrilled with TGB’s growth but not surprised.
“Our customers are increasingly recognising that, unlike our competitors, all of our TGB models are still being manufactured in Taiwan guaranteeing superior product quality and finish.
“Add into that mix our competitive price point and support from our nationwide network of experienced dealers and 2‐Year Factory Warranty, it’s easy to see why TGB is growing in leaps and bounds.”
In Australia, TGB is distributed by Mojo Motorcycles, who were established eight years ago and are the exclusive distributor for TGB scooters and Daelim motorcycles and scooters, as well as CFMoto scooters, motorcycles and ATV. Mojo Motorcycles prides themselves on importing quality products to the Australian market. According to the latest FCAI results Mojo Motorcycles owns an impressive 2.9% of the entire Australian motorcycle market. With each of the Mojo Motorcycles brands kicking goals monthly, there is no doubt that Mojo Motorcycles is set to become a market leader.
For further information on the TGB Delivery Scooter or any vehicle in the TGB range please visit www.tgbscooters.com.au