The SEMA Battle of the Builders® concluded Friday, Nov. 6, during SEMA360, where Brady Ranweiler was named the winner of the annual competition. As per competition rules, the Top 12 finalists performed the judging duties and rated their peers on the quality of their builds.
A resilient specialty equipment industry continues to converge at www.sema360.com to conduct much-needed business in preparation for a successful 2021. Held online Nov. 2-6, SEMA360 enables attendees all over the world to connect with top manufactures who are showcasing their latest products and technology.
Myles Kovacs, Brendan McGrath, and Redline Detection were among those recognized during the special SEMA Awards Celebration, an event that honors top leaders in the industry.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) today announced the Top 12 builders in the seventh annual SEMA Battle of the Builders® competition, the event that determines the builder the aftermarket community considers best.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) announced the Top 40 builders in the SEMA Battle of the Builders® competition. Battle of the Builders is a competition to honor and recognize builders at SEMA360, the trade-only online eMarketplace.
Roland Hence, founder and director of FrontLane, Inc., was named winner of the eighth annual SEMA Launch Pad, presented by the SEMA Young Executives Network (YEN). The announcement was made Monday, Nov. 2, on SEMA360, the new online trade-only event focused on products for the automotive industry.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) announced the industry’s Best New Products Award winners, with the products featured this week in the inaugural SEMA360 online trade event. The winners, which are selected from more than 2,200 products in the SEMA360 New Products Showcase at www.sema360.com , Nov. 2-6, 2020, represent the most innovative and cutting-edge automotive aftermarket products that will be consumable in 2021.
Thousands of industry professionals logged onto www.sema360.com on Nov. 2 to take part in the first day of SEMA360 , a five-day online trade-only event where attendees from throughout the world can interact with automotive parts manufacturers, see new trends and products, network, and hear from leaders and experts in the specialty equipment aftermarket industry.
The automotive specialty equipment industry typically gathers during the first week of November for the SEMA Show. Although the in-person event is not taking place this year, the industry will connect online through SEMA360. Taking place November 2-6, 2020, at www.sema360.com, the trade-only online emarketplace is set to include more than 650 manufacturing companies and thousands of attendees from throughout the world.
The specialty equipment aftermarket industry is ready to come together for SEMA360, the new online event taking place Nov. 2-6, 2020, that will allow industry professionals to connect and conduct much-needed business.