International

Find Out Which Products Chinese Distributors and Buyers Wish to Source From the United States

Nearly two-dozen distributors and buyers have contacted SEMA to
introduce themselves and the products they hope to source at the SEMA
China International Auto Parts Expo (CIAPE) business development conference, held in Beijing, China, September 23–26,
2010. Performance and off-road products figure prominently in the type
of products Chinese wholesalers and retailers want to source from U.S.
companies.

SEMA Show Tip of the Week: International Outreach at No Charge

The SEMA International Buyer's Guide is an easy way to expand your
business to buyers around the world. An exclusive directory of
exhibitors interested in growing their sales outside of the United
States, the SEMA International Buyers' Guide is distributed to every
international buyer attending the 2010 SEMA Show and throughout the
year at international trade shows.

Eibach, Comp Cams, AEM Join SEMA in China...You Can Too!

Leading SEMA members, including AEM Performance Electronics, Eibach
Springs Inc. and Competition Cams Inc., have already signed on to
participate in SEMA's groundbreaking business-development conference
taking place in Beijing in September. The three-day event, entitled the
SEMA CIAPE China Business Development Conference, will include
one-on-one meetings with Chinese distributors who want to give China’s
burgeoning number of auto enthusiasts a taste of U.S. innovation. The
SEMA members, for their part, aim to find Chinese companies that can do
just that.

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