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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。

这次一对一的对口商洽活动得到了中国商务部的批准。此次活动由美国汽车用品改装协会与中国国际汽车零部件博览会组委会共同主办。这次盛会可为中国批发商和零售商提供多达10多次与美国领先的汽车用品及性能生产商单独商洽的机会。此次活动不仅包含独家建立渠道活动, 还可为与会者参加于2010年9月25日至27日举办的中国国际汽车零部件博览会提供免费注册。

美国领先品牌将参加SEMA CIAPE中国商业发展会议, 以期寻找分销商共同开发市场潜能。SEMA 负责联络与会展活动的副总裁彼特• 麦克吉利佛瑞说“ 对中国的批发商和零售商来说,这是与美国领先公司发展私人关系的难得的机会。”

2018 SEMA China Business Development Program

This is a great opportunity to meet with pre-vetted resellers ( distributors, retailers and installers) of specialty products in this market of 1.3 billion people. Muscle car mania is catching on in China with the Chevy Camaro joining the Ford Mustang as accessory-friendly vehicles recently being available through the official car dealer channel. Light trucks are best sellers in China with vehicle enthusiasts eager to buy Jeep Wranglers, and Ford Explorers.

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]

Gaizhuang - The Specialty-Equipment Market in China

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Thirteen SEMA-member companies recently traveled to Beijing, China, for a firsthand look at the developing Chinese market for specialty products—or, as referred to in Chinese, Gaizhuang.

In its infancy, the Chinese market for performance and accessory products is not so unlike the U.S. market of 40 or 50 years ago. On one hand, it is brimming with opportunity as millions of consumers develop a growing taste (and the necessary disposable income) for vehicle personalization. But a closer look at the market reveals a sector riddled with sporadic government crackdowns on car modifications (in Shanghai in 2007 and most recently in Beijing); numerous performance products still technically illegal; far-flung population centers only partially served by the fragmented network of distributors; and the presence of frequent intellectual-property violations. It’s essential that companies take the necessary steps to minimize their potential IPR vulnerability in China and worldwide. Yet, despite this, the delegation overwhelmingly concluded that the largest mistake SEMA members could make would be to underestimate the market and the potential it holds for many SEMA members.

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International Insight

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SEMA Newsis 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. The distributor chosen for this month’s international insight into China is Hangzhou Xin-Works, also known as X Jeep 4WD. Hangzhou Xin-Works is a distributor, installer/retailer and importer of off-road specialty products. The company was established in 2003 and currently employs 16 people.

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