SEMA News recently traveled to Moscow to take a look at the center of the specialty-equipment market in the world’s largest country in terms of area (more than 6.6 million square miles).
U.S. Acting Secretary of Commerce Rebecca Blank today presented the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) with the President's "E" Award for Export Service at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. The "E" Awards are the highest recognition any U.S. entity may receive for making a significant contribution to the expansion of U.S. exports.
SEMA-member companies are invited to measure and preview a ’13 Ford Ranger T6 at Dearborn, Michigan-based Link Engineering, Tuesday, May 14.
SEMA-member companies are invited to measure and preview a ’13 Ford Ranger T6 at Dearborn, Michigan-based, Link Engineering, Tuesday, May 14.
SEMA members are invited to participate in an upcoming trip to explore the market in China and showcase products at one of the largest trade show's in that country—the China International Parts Expo.
SEMA members are increasingly finding overseas markets and growing their exports, at least in part by taking advantage of resources and opportunities available through the Association.
Automotive specialty-equipment manufacturers might want to take a look at selling into Mexico, the second-largest export market for the United States.
SEMA manufacturer members looking to expand their markets are encouraged
to take advantage of the ’13 Ford Ranger T-6 CAD files available
Due to popular demand, two new dates have been added to the Ford Ranger T6 and Toyota HiLux SEMA Measuring Sessions.
SEMA, in partnership with the US Department of Commerce, is bringing the new 2013 Ford Ranger T6 to the US.