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SEMA links U.S. aftermarket to China

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The Specialty Equipment Market Association's (SEMA) China Business Development Conference, which will be held Sept. 23-26, 2010, in Beijing, will connect U.S.-based aftermarket parts manufacturers with Chinese buyers

"Unlike traditional trade shows," the event "will pair auto parts manufacturers with relevant Chinese buyers in up to a dozen private, pre-scheduled meetings," say SEMA officials.

Registration provides each exhibitor with a private meeting space, furniture, equipment, a professional interpreter and hotel accommodations, all at a single free.

"The Chinese vehicle customization market is in its infancy, but it's quickly growing and presents the single biggest potential opportunity for members looking to expand overseas," says SEMA CEO and President Chris Kersting. For more information, visit


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