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In recognition of the specialty-equipment industry’s commitment to advancing green vehicle products and solutions, SEMA today announced plans to dedicate an exhibit at this year’s SEMA Show to showcase those companies whose creativity and innovation in the development, deployment and marketing of the green technologies prove that being environmentally friendly can also be cool. The Making Green Cool Zone will be featured inside the South Hall (upper level) at the Las Vegas Convention Center, November 4–7, 2008.
Chip Foose, Funkmaster Flex and a Ford official announce collaborations at Ford's press conference during the 2007 SEMA Show.
SEMA Chairman Jim Cozzie presents at an industry forum in conjunction with the 2007 CIAPE event.
Exhibitors of the 2008 SEMA Show are invited to update their company’s listing online for the 2008 SEMA Show Directory. Each exhibitor’s Show contact was previously sent an e-mail with a password to access their company’s listing. For more information or assistance, contact Marel Del Rio at email@example.com.
Attention SEMA manufacturing members! American Honda and SEMA are hosting a Measuring Session for the 2009 Honda Fit. Honda has redesigned its popular five-door subcompact and bumped output to 117 hp from the 1.5L single-cam iVTEC engine. With the current Fit getting an EPA-estimated 31 mpg (highway) and offering a versatile interior, it has become a popular choice with those looking for good fuel economy and a unique cargo hauler.
The German government has amended the German Road Traffic Admission Regulation (StVZO), effective June 1, 2008, to ban all non-approved metal bull bars. Thus, Germany is bringing its laws into compliance with the European Union regulations (Directive 2005/66/EC), which mandates that only those products which can pass extensive pedestrian-protection tests are allowed. All 27 members of the European Union are required to implement these restrictions, though Germany, the largest market in Europe, has until this point not done so.
It's not the big things in business that challenge you—it's the little things that add up to make a big difference in your specialty-equipment business. Here is an insightful webinar presented by Tom Shay designed to uncover the key components and changes to make within your business to increase your profits in 2009.
Title: "Make 2009 Turn Out Fine: It's Only the Little Things That Matter"
Date: Thursday, September 4, 10:00 a.m.
Presenter: Tom Shay, Profits+Plus