Two of Automechanika Shanghai’s industry association partners have laid out the details behind why China’s relationship the automotive service sector is starting to turn the heads of the world’s most successful car producing regions.
With decidedly mixed emotions, the Board of Directors of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) has accepted Steve Handschuh’s decision to retire as the association’s president and chief executive officer, effective on Dec. 31, 2018.
The global gathering of industry buyers and sellers at the Nov. 28-Dec. 1 Automechanika Shanghai will provide significant insights into leveraging an aftermarket currently valued at $145 trillion…and still growing.
More than 300 international manufacturers and distributors of auto parts exhibited July 25-27 at the ATLAPA Convention Center in Panama City. Organizers were pleased to welcome more than 2,500 qualified buyers at this year’s trade show.
MEMA has joined 80 trade associations in a letter to the Trump administration making recommendations to implement a new tariff exclusion process in order to avoid similar problems to existing tariff actions that have proven onerous and opaque.
Julian Styles, director of sales and marketing for The Americas, at GaN Systems, recently answered a series of questions regarding the latest innovations in battery systems, vehicle electronics and electric vehicle development.
Reflecting on a worldwide network of intertwined supply chains and sales channels, aftermarket executives are assessing both the direct impacts and collateral damage of President Donald Trump’s tariff-induced trade war salvos being directed at friends and foes alike.