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    Dec 23 2008

    SEMA-member companies have posted several new listings for job opportunities at www.sema.org/classifieds. Working for a SEMA-member company has many advantages. In addition to working for a company that supports and contributes to the success of the overall industry, being employed by a SEMA-member company enables employees to participate in webinars, access free market research, join SEMA committees and more. The newest classified listings posted under Positions Available include:

  • Posted on:
    Dec 23 2008


    The automotive industry is undergoing one of the most rapid and significant structural changes in decades. Find out how to position yourself for success once the dust settles by tuning into the SEMA webinar, "The Specialty-Equipment Automotive Company of the Future: Guideposts for Strategic Planning (Phase I)."

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    Dec 23 2008

    The Interior Department will now allow other federal agencies to approve a commercial development (road, power plant, homes, etc.) on their own authority if it is determined that the project will have no impact on a threatened species.

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    Dec 23 2008


    As the global automotive economy curtails spending to adjust to current market conditions, many motorsports programs and sanctioning bodies have been caught in the wake. Factory-backed teams from the highest rungs of motorsport are being scaled back or eliminated entirely. Those in grassroots and enthusiast-based circles, however, are stepping up for a return to exciting competition in 2009. One such sport is drifting.

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    Dec 23 2008

    As a result of increasing vehicle system integration and complexity, OEMs have been reluctant to grant SEMA-member companies access to a vehicle’s body and chassis electrical/electronic system architecture. As reported earlier, SEMA recently commissioned an in-depth study, which presents a potential methodology to overcome these challenges: The use of an authentication model, similar to that used in the consumer electronics and computer industries, which would allow member companies limited access to certain information, while still allowing OEMs final control over the end product.

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    Dec 23 2008


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    ARMO Long-Range Planning Meeting

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    Dec 23 2008

    The 2009 list of global consumer and trade shows compiled by SEMA is now available. To access a PDF of the list, click here

    The database includes 75 shows in 23 countries complete with contact information and websites.   

    A show missing from the list? Please e-mail stacieh@sema.org with the details.