Importers of both alloy and steel wheels as well as wheel accessories.
A-Line wheels has a long history in the wheel business, it was founded in 1978 by George Santana and Bruce Coquelle. People that were passionate about cars and motor racing.
The Company has been selling wheels under the A-Line brand since 2001 and A-Line is today a Registered Trade mark.
A-Line Wheels give its customers a choice of brands namely: A-Line, Envy, SA Custom and the Outback Range. A-Line is also the importer of genuine BBS wheels from Germany.
A-Line wheels are manufactured according to the highest standards, ISO 9001, QS 9000 and VIA standards of approval. Our wheels are tested and required to pass strict JWL and JWL-T standards. A-Line complies with the correct Load Capacities and Standards suitable for South African conditions. A-Line imports the latest trends and has a quest to deliver the most fashionable and attractive designs to suit all automotive enthusiasts. Over 130 designs are available, comprising of Passenger, MPV, SUV, 4X4 as well as classics and racing wheel designs. There are three warehouses situated in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town. Staff have a good sense of service and product knowledge, with most staff having a long service history. A-Line has a country wide Dealer Network and wheels are distributed to these dealers.
The BFGoodrich Tyre legacy began with Dr Benjamin Franklin Goodrich, self-taught entrepreneur and visionary, who founded the company in 1870. In later years, this company would become of the greatest, most recognisable names in the Tyre Industry.
At the core of the BFGoodrich brand lies the challengers and achievements that have enabled us to make daily life easier for motorists, and to make driving a safer, more enjoyable activity. To achieve this goal, thousands of employees draw on their creativity and resourcefulness to develop high performance products, resulting in leading a whole segment of the Car Industry.
At BFGoodrich, we manufacture tyres for people who want to unlock the full potential and capabilities of their vehicles, but above all, want to enjoy their ride. If you have been bitten by the driving bug, you are one of us!
Our tyres are developed by true enthusiasts who live and breathe the brand, whether they are spending their weekends doing battle on rocky roads or pounding the asphalt on race tracks all over the world. Their skills have been rewarded with titles in every competition the brand has entered, from rallies to off-road racing to the dusty roads of Baja and everything in between!
They are the key players in the process, ensuring that technology is transferred from racing cars to mass-produced vehicles, enabling BFGoodrich to bring its customers tyres that take from the very technologies used mainly in the world competition, and which are guarantees of performance, quality and durability!
Gabriel has a proud history of innovation and achievement stretching back to 1907 when Claude Foster – the automotive parts pioneer who founded Gabriel in Cleveland, Ohio, USA – developed and patented the first shock absorber called the “Snubber”.
The company continued to prosper in the suspension business, pioneering many more firsts – the first hydraulic shocks (1918), adjustable shocks (1956 and 1967), position and velocity sensitive shocks (1979), gas-charged twin tube shocks (1983) and velocity sensitive technology for shocks and struts (1996). Gabriel first came to South Africa in 1935, importing all products from the US. Production >in South Africa started in 1962 and some time later, in 1984,
Gabriel’s innovative history with the design and manufacturer of the “gas springs” which were promptly adopted by Gabriel plants worldwide.