Participants can learn the potential for their products in two customizing-crazy markets.
SEMA has available a ’16 Australian-spec 3.2L diesel-powered right-hand-drive 4x4 double-cab Ford Ranger, and a ’16 2.7L gasoline-powered left-hand-drive Toyota HiLux double cab with an Australian-spec bed.
Find out answers to your questions regarding SEMA’s overseas Business Development Programs on a December 13 conference call.
A customizing car culture is blossoming in China, and a group of SEMA-member companies flew to Shanghai to check it out. They spent a week at the China Auto Salon promoting their brands and gaining insights into how Chinese enthusiasts obtain products and use their vehicles in the market of 1.4 billion people. The U.S. delegation saw many signs of the developing Chinese car culture and eagerness among Chinese enthusiasts to upgrade their rides to take them to the race track or off-roading.
The 14th Annual International Happy Hour brings together SEMA Show exhibitors, top international buyers and global enthusiast media.
Learn more about three booming global specialty-equipment markets during SEMA’s International Roundtables on Monday, October 30.
SEMA is co-sponsoring the first of several regional trade education events leading up to the second annual national SEMA Export Fair, July 25–26, at SEMA headquarters in Diamond Bar, California.
DIAMOND BAR, CA (March 9, 2017) – The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) will host the sixth annual SEMA Middle East Business Development Expo in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on March 30-April 1, 2017.
This is another in a periodic series of reports on SEMA-member companies that have successfully grown their international sales. Each of the companies has utilized one or more SEMA resources or programs designed to assist member companies in growing their export sales. This month’s story features Arizona-based Rigid Industries. SEMA News talked to the firm’s international account manager, Robert Park.
International sales represent some 25% of the total sales at Borla Performance Industries and are growing rapidly. The company is one of the originators of stainless-steel performance exhaust systems, and among the secrets to its success is taking direct control of its international business, said David Borla, 41, vice president of sales and marketing for the 38-year-old firm.