The journey from a simple idea to producing today's Technology Driven Safety is one that has taken Monroe across nine decades and to every corner of the globe.
Building on one man's vision of a safer, more comfortable and controlled method of motoring; today more Australian motorists' journeys are enhanced by the safety and control provided by Monroe shock absorbers than any other brand.
From humble beginnings with the invention of the ‘Brisk Blast’ tyre pump in 1919, through to the development of the first original equipment passenger vehicle shock absorbers, Monroe has continued to lead the way in ride control component innovation and design. Monroe’s shock absorber developments have enhanced the road safety of millions of road users worldwide.
With a network of 14 advanced engineering centres on five continents, Tenneco is at the leading edge of technology for the original equipment market. Tenneco meets the needs of customers - including Volkswagen, General Motors, Ford, Toyota, Chrysler, Daimler, BMW, PSA Peugeot Citroen, Nissan and Shanghai Automotive (SAIC) - expertly tuning the ride of any vehicle to the most exacting specifications.
Pioneering global ideas for cleaner, quieter and safer transportation.
Technology Driven Safety
Technology driven safety are three words that most aptly describe the Monroe commitment to product research and development. Many Monroe shock absorber products incorporate world first and patented technologies.
The Tenneco Group
Monroe is part of the global Tenneco group, a $4.4 billion manufacturing company employing over 19,000 employees worldwide. The company is one of the world's largest designers, manufacturers and distributors of automotive ride control and emission control products and systems for the automotive original equipment market, and the repair and replacement market, or aftermarket.
When it comes to Monroe being Australia’s leading shock absorbers, our 2012 marketing campaign is walking the walk. Our message is the forefront of technology when it comes to your control and safety… both in what we have to show you and how you’ll interact with it.