About

Who We Are

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Snap-on Tools Australia and New Zealand is a subsidiary of Snap-on Incorporated, a leading global innovator, manufacturer and marketer of tools, diagnostics and equipment solutions for professional users. Known for its innovation towards new technology, Snap-on Tools is the leader in developing and providing diagnostic tools to its customers in Australia, New Zealand and all over the world.  Operating in Australia since 1988, Snap-on is one of the longest running and successful franchises in Australia and the world.

Snap-on has more than 22,000 products, operates in more than 130 countries and employs approximately 11,000 people worldwide. Snap-on also has a franchise network of more than 4,200 franchises. Headquartered in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Snap-on is a leading global developer, manufacturer and marketer of tool and equipment solutions for professional tool users.

At Snap-on, we are driven by a relentless determination to be the best, providing practical, original and inventive solutions for the professionals we serve.

A roll-up-your-sleeves mentality toward innovation combines customer listening with the best new thinking into proven products and services.

Our innovation and technology is important to the professionals who make their living using Snap-on products. Whether it's our hand tools that perform under the most rigorous conditions, diagnostic equipment that is easy to use, or tool storage solutions that utilize every square inch of workspace, innovation is a quality found throughout our product line.

History

Since 1920, the Snap-on brand has earned the respect and trust of generations of professionals. There is simply no stronger tool brand in the market. Go into just about any professional shop and you’ll see Snap-on tools and storage units proudly displayed.

The tools we sell are the Gold Standard for professionals and recognized as a badge of excellence. They are the résumé for any professional technician.

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One of the original Snap-on Logos 1923