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SEMA 在中国的目标

SEMA想把由美国公司生产的优质产品介绍给中国公司和消费者。SEMA希望在强劲增长的私家车拥有者中培育汽车个性化的意识,这将在这个高额利润的产业中为中国的分销商创造利润中心。

中美公司共同成长 -- 汽车用品业具有潜在增长

北京吉普是中国第一家生产汽车的中外合资企业。在中国北方的路上你会看到,很多老式牧马人吉普和切诺基吉普,北京吉普已经不复存在,但新进口的大切诺基穿梭于城市和乡间。SUV是中国快速发展的汽车市场中成长最快的一部分。2009年,SUV的销量与前年相比增长了43%,达到了847125台。这个信息来自于杰迪鲍尔调查公司。12月,SUV销量增长了105%。

为数不多但快速增长的

新的活动为中国买家提供前所未有的与美国汽车改装业顶级品牌生产商直接接触的机会

注册请登陆 www.sema.org/china  你将有机会参加前所未有的美国顶级生产商与中国分销商一对一的单独洽谈。请注意此次一系列的一对一会面需要提前预订。此次活动将于2010年9月23日-24日在中国北京举行。

Sell Your Products in China—SEMA Launches New China Event

The SEMA CIAPE China Business Development Conference is a low-cost way for members to explore the Chinese market's business potential.

New Event Helps Auto Parts Manufacturers Grow Their Businesses in China

U.S. auto parts manufacturers can grow their businesses and connect with Chinese buyers by participating in the SEMA CIAPE China Business Development Conference.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(March 18, 2010)

Contact: Della Domingo
909/396-0289, ext. 130
dellad@sema.org


NEW EVENT HELPS AUTO PARTS MANUFACTURERS GROW THEIR BUSINESSES IN CHINA
U.S. manufacturers matched with buyers from the world’s largest, fastest growing automotive market

2015 SEMA China Business Development Tour

The 2015 SEMA China Business Development Tour, which will be held in September 2015, is designed to explore the growing specialty market for 1.3 billion Chinese consumers.

Demand Rises for Off-Road Accessories in China

SEMA News is interviewing top distributors/retailers in China in a series of monthly articles to introduce the larger players in the evolving specialty-equipment market in China to the magazine’s readers. For this month’s international insight into China, SEMA spoke with founder and CEO of V-Man Tuning, Liu Yan. V-Man Tuning is an off-road distributor and installer that was established in 2004 and currently employs 55 people, including 11 installers.

The company specializes in performance parts for a wide variety of off-road vehicles. The brands that V-Man distributes include TRD, Fox Racing and King Suspensions. [Read More]

China Becomes Largest Vehicle Market

Chinese consumers, for the first time, purchased more cars and light trucks in 2009 than U.S. car buyers. China sold 12.8 million cars and light trucks in 2009 (13.6 million with heavy-duty truck sales factored in) to become the world's largest vehicle market, according to the official Xinhua news agency.

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