SEMA eNews Vol. 16, No. 19, May 9, 2013

Create Export-Ready Products for the Ford Ranger T6

By Linda Spencer

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The Ford Ranger T6, which SEMA imported from the Middle East to provide members the opportunity to measure and create export-ready products, was assembled in South Africa.
   

SEMA-member companies are invited to measure and preview a ’13 Ford Ranger T6 at Dearborn, Michigan-based Link Engineering, Tuesday, May 14. The one-ton pickup is being sold throughout the world but not in the United States or Canada. The truck was brought to the United States by SEMA in partnership with the U.S. Department of Commerce to provide members access to difficult to obtain vehicles to measure and create export-ready products.  

Register online to measure in the Midwest or California.

The truck is also available for members to measure in their shops on a cost-reimbursable basis. Additional sessions, to be held at SEMA headquarters, will be added to the schedule to meet the needs of members. There is no charge for these sessions.

The new Ford Ranger—a body-on-frame, Australian-designed, midsize truck—is offered in Double, Super and Regular cab body styles. The vehicle being made available to SEMA members is a 4x4 double cab with a 2.5L, five-speed gasoline engine. The vehicle, which SEMA imported from the Middle East, was assembled in South Africa.

Ford Ranger T6 Detroit Measuring Session

Date: May 14, 2013
Time: 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Location: Link Engineering, Dearborn, Michigan
Registration: Sign up online

For more information, contact Linda Spencer at lindas@sema.org or call 202-415-8008.

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