SEMA International

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Upcoming Events/Opportunities:

SEMA Resources to Raise Your Brand’s International Standing

SEMA International Goes Online! Join the SEMA Export Networking Facebook Group

2020

SEMA Middle East: March 31-April 5, 2020 – An optional SEMA Saudi extension trip is scheduled for April 5-7

2021

SEMA Australia: Dates TBC

Global Vehicles Available to Members in Order to Create Export Ready Product

Through a special partnership with the U.S. Department of Commerce, SEMA has imported globally popular, accessorization friendly vehicles not available in the US to help SEMA-member manufacturers create export-ready products.

Available vehicles:

  • 2016 Ford Ranger
  • 2018 Nissan Patrol Y61

These vehicles are now available to member manufacturers at the SEMA Garage. Upon request, these vehicles can be delivered to a member’s place of business for private measuring sessions and R&D purposes. For more information, contact StephanieM@SEMA.org.

Suggestions on additional international vehicles you would like to measure? Email Linda Spencer, SEMA Senior Director International and Government Affairs.

Introducing: Tech Transfer

CAD DESIGNS FOR THE FOLLOWING INTERNATIONAL VEHICLES ARE AVAILABLE ON THE NEW TECH TRANSFER DATABASE. One-stop shop to see what’s available and request the surface scans.

  • 2016 Toyota Hilux
  • 2012 Toyota Hilux
  • 2013 Ford Ranger T6
  • 2014 Mitsuibishi L200
  • 2014 UAZ Hunter

Visit www.semagarage.com/techtransfer for more information.

Market Development Cooperator Program Grant

SEMA is appreciative of our long running partnership with the US Department of Commerce. US government funds have helped American manufacturers to defray the costs to participate on the SEMA Overseas programs. The DOC funds have also been instrumental in developing the International Vehicle Measuring Program. The association was awarded $800,000 under the Development Cooperator Program (MDCP) by the US Department of Commerce through two grants (2011 and 2014).

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