A delegation of 11 officials from five Chinese government agencies, including the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM), visited SEMA for a day of discussion on the specialty-equipment market in the United States. The delegation also visited two SEMA-member manufacturers, Hotchkis Performance and Injen Technology.
|SEMA CEO and President Chris Kersting greets the Chinese government delegation who visited SEMA headquarters last week to meet with SEMA executives and better understand United States' laws regarding customization.|
|Injen Vice President of Sales and Marketing Ed Rossi demonstrates the company’s new performance air-intake system being tested in their Pomona, California-based facility.|
|Hotchkis Performance President and Founder John Hotchkis described to the visiting delegation how his roots in racing and experiences on the track has helped him to create a wide array of high-end suspension products for both track and street use.|