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Get Your Listing to Buyers From More Than 130 Countries

Each year, thousands of buyers from more than 130 countries come to the SEMA Show seeking innovative products that they can sell to consumers in their area. To help them connect with manufactureres that export products, these buyers turn to the SEMA International Buyers’ Guide.

Help SEMA Choose the Next Vehicle to Import to the United States

SEMA wants to hear from those who measured the Ford Ranger T6 and/or Toyota HiLux. These vehicles were imported to the United States to offer SEMA members the opportunity to measure hard-to-obtain vehicles popular outside the United States but not sold in this country.

Sign Up for a Free Listing in the International Buyers' Guide

One in four buyers expected to attend the 2013 SEMA Show reside outside the United States. Help them find your booth! Show exhibitors looking to export should sign up for a free listing in the 2013–2014 SEMA International Buyers’ Guide (IBG).

Examining Russia's Growing Specialty-Equipment Market

SEMA News recently traveled to Moscow to take a look at the center of the specialty-equipment market in the world’s largest country in terms of area (more than 6.6 million square miles).

Top-Selling Accessory-Friendly Vehicles From Around the World

Thinking of trying to sell your product overseas but not sure where to start? Say you make a Jeep accessory that is a hot seller here in the United States and you want to know where else the Jeep is popular. SEMA can help. It has sales data for Jeep in more than two dozen countries. The same data is available for trucks and select car models.

Getting Started Globally: Insight to Creating Overseas Sales

SEMA members create products for vehicles that are sold globally, and a growing number are looking to overseas markets for new business opportunities. OMIX-ADA, headquartered in Suwanee, Georgia, has more than 15,000 Jeep parts and accessories in stock and has been selling them globally for years, but the company expanded its international business department a few years. Now, OMIX-ADA’s international business is growing faster.

Understanding China’s E-Commerce Revolution

Looking to grow your online sales in China? China's explosive e-commerce growth makes online retailing one of the most effective ways to reach customers. Learn more about the opportunities and challenges facing e-commerce retailers from industry leaders, such as FedEx, Amazon China and the American Society of Transportation & Logistics.

Midwest Measuring Session Set for 2013 Ford Ranger

SEMA-member manufacturers are invited to measure the ’13 Ford Ranger T6 at Dearborn, Michigan-based Link Engineering, during a rescheduled Midwest session taking place June 6, from 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.


Few Slots Remain for the SEMA China Trip

Get in on the ground level at what is likely to be one of the largest consumer specialty-product markets. The SEMA China Business Development Tour—from September 11–14, 2013—allows participants to gain insight into the growing specialty market for 1.3 billion Chinese consumers.

Wrangler and Grand Cherokee to Be Sold in India From Kits

Jeep, whose brand is currently not officially for sale in India, has announced plans to begin to sell the four-door Wrangler and ’14 Grand Cherokee from completely built-up (CBU) units in that country later this year.
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