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Select Which International Vehicles Should Come to the U.S. Under New SEMA Program

A partnership between SEMA and the U.S. Department of Commerce will make possible for the first time the opportunity for members to measure “accessory friendly” international models in order to create product.

5 Resources to Connect Exhibitors With International Buyers

Nearly 25% of all buyers expected at the 2011 SEMA Show will come from more than 100 nations outside the United States. Registration is strong from buyers from countries and regions around the world, including Canada, Mexico, Australia, Brazil, China, Germany, Scandinavia, the United Arab Emirates, Venezuela and the United Kingdom. SEMA offers a variety of programs and resources to link Show exhibitors with these international distributors and retailers.

U.S. Department of Commerce Grants SEMA $500,000 to Support U.S. Specialty-Equipment Exporters

The U.S. Department of Commerce named SEMA as one of the five recipients of the Market Development Cooperators Program (MDCP) for 2011. As a result, SEMA will receive $500,000 in matching funds over the next three years to support U.S. manufacturers that export automotive specialty-equipment products to booming international markets, such as China and the Middle East.

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Nearly 25% of all buyers expected at the 2011 SEMA Show will come from more than 100 nations outside the United States.

Registration is strong from buyers from countries and regions around the world, including Canada, Mexico, Australia, Brazil, China, Germany, Scandinavia, the United Arab Emirates, Venezuela and the United Kingdom. SEMA offers a variety of programs and resources to link Show exhibitors with these international distributors and retailers.

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German Court Upholds Consumer Right to Customize

In a closely watched case, a German court has for the second time in two years sided with a consumer who sued for the right to install aftermarket carbon-fiber wheels on his motorcycle. 

June 15 Deadline to Register for Priority Booth Space at SEMA China Business Development Conference

The deadline to register for Priority Booth Space at the SEMA China Business Development Conference is June 15.

Chinese Car Dealers Selling Aftermarket Accessories?

Scott Wood couldn’t have imagined that being named the Time magazine 2010 Dealer of the Year would be his ticket to China, but it was. Wood, who owns Chevrolet and Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep dealerships in the small town of Batesville, Arkansas, was invited to China to give a presentation to Chinese car dealers on selling accessories in dealerships. Wood sells quite a few Jeep accessories, so he naturally illustrated his presentation with examples of Mopar and aftermarket-branded Jeep accessories.

SEMA News—June 11

Chinese Car Dealers Selling Aftermarket Accessories? 

By Alysha Webb

 
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