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Registration Open for the 2013 SEMA China Business Development Tour

From high-performance suspensions to under-the-hood goodies, the specialty-equipment market's luxury segment has a lot of potential for SEMA members. Learn more about these opportunities and meet with potential customers by participating in the SEMA China Business Development Tour in Beijing, September 11–14, 2013.

Midwest Measuring Session Set for 2013 Ford Ranger

SEMA-member manufacturers are invited to measure the ’13 Ford Ranger at Dearborn, Michigan-based Link Engineering, May 14, from 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

Learn How to Protect Your Intellectual Property Rights When Exporting Overseas

The U.S. Department of Commerce is hosting a series of seminars around the country aimed at providing American businesses with strategies for protecting and enforcing a company’s intellectual property rights (IPR) when exporting to foreign markets and advice for avoiding common pitfalls.

Sign Up Now for Upcoming 2013 Ford Ranger T6 Measuring Sessions

SEMA-member manufacturers are invited to measure the ’13 Ford Ranger T6—a global one-ton pickup that is popular worldwide but not sold in the United States or Canada.

SEMA Members: Register Now for One of the Remaining China Tour Slots

Manufacturers of suspension, air-intake and performance exhaust systems, among other products, have already registered to participate in the 2013 SEMA China Business Development Tour in Beijing, September 11–14.

Gain Insight Into China's Growing Specialty Equipment Market

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—September 11–14, 2013, in Beijing—allows participants to gain insight into the growing specialty market for the 1.3 billion Chinese consumers.

Opportunities in Mexico—Potential in Latin America's Second-Largest Economy

Automotive specialty-equipment manufacturers might want to take a look at selling into Mexico, the second-largest export market for the United States.

2013 SEMA China Business Development Tour Registration Now Open

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 the 1.3 billion Chinese consumers. Participants will learn what products sell, what products are in demand and for which applications through networking opportunities with retailers and wholesalers.

SEMA Measuring Session to Feature 2013 Ford Ranger T6

SEMA, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Commerce, is bringing the new ’13 Ford Ranger T6 to the United States. The one-ton pickup is sold throughout the world, except for the United States and Canada.
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