The Automotive Supply Chain Transition Program (ASCTP) is an initiative providing Victorian automotive supply chain companies with intensive support to plan for their future. Read the Automotive Supply Chain Transition Program Guidelines (PDF 73 KB)
At a glance
Support valued at $5,000 to review an existing Business Transition Plan
Support valued at $16,000 to develop a Business Transition Plan
Support valued at up to $10,000 for Merger Advisory Services
Support valued at up to $55,000 for Business Transition Services
To participate in the Automotive Supply Chain Transition Program, applicants must be a Victorian based business with at least 20 per cent of revenue derived from new car manufacturing by the three local car manufacturers (Ford, Holden and Toyota) and their supply chain.More eligibility critieria
- have an Australian Business Number (ABN)
- be incorporated in Victoria
- have been trading continuously since May 2013 (when the closure of the car companies was first announced)
- be a Victorian based business, with at least 20 per cent of revenue* derived from new car manufacturing by the three local car manufacturers (Ford, Holden and Toyota) and their supply chain
What you need to have before applying
Please ensure you have read the relevant Program Guidelines and understand the program requirements before submitting an application.
Supply chain companies must select a Business Specialist from the attached supplier list to develop their transition project. If you wish to work with a Business Specialist that is not listed, they must separately submit an application that meets the selection criteria and be approved to become a supplier to this program.
Applications for Business Transition and Merger Advisory Services must include a quote from the Business Specialist/s outlining the scope of work to be delivered, pricing and relevant timelines.
What you get
Business Transition Plan
Business Specialists can also be engaged to undertake a review of an existing transition plan that was developed outside of the program between May 2013 and November 2015. The review will determine if appropriate strategies are in place to assist the supply chain company through the transition period, and make recommendations for change where appropriate.
Business Transition Services
Merger Advisory Services
Tips and hints
Applicants must declare in their application that they have spoken to their nominated Business Specialist/s about the ASCTP and are satisfied with work proposed.
Participating supply chain companies must dedicate appropriate resources to effectively deliver the project.
How to apply
Applications must be submitted online. You must select an approved supplier from the attached Business Specialist Panel Document (PDF 101.41 KB) to deliver your project.