Specialty Auto Parts Wins Two SEMA Awards - Engine Builder Magazine

Specialty Auto Parts Wins Two SEMA Awards

Specialty Auto Parts U.S.A., Inc., the parent company of Proform, and designer/manufacturer of OEM parts, received two SEMA Global Media Awards at the 2019 SEMA Show.

Specialty Auto Parts U.S.A., Inc., the parent company of Proform, and designer/manufacturer of OEM parts, received two SEMA Global Media Awards at the 2019 SEMA Show. The awards went to: Mopar Small Block Valve Covers with Black Crinkle finish and recessed inlaid painted emblems (P/N – 440-751), and the Universal Slim-Fit Radiator System with 23″ Hybrid Core (P/N –69580-23), which has an impressive thickness of Only four inches.

The SEMA Global Media Awards Program recognizes specialty equipment products and accessories with mass appeal to consumers across the globe, not just in the United States. The products are judged and voted on by a renowned group of 30+ international journalists. Each judge carefully evaluated the thousands of products that were viewable in the New Products Showcase at the 2019 SEMA Show before selecting the winners.

“We are proud to design products that enthusiasts around the world, as well as here in the United States appreciate,” said Pat Dolan, facility manager of Specialty Auto Parts U.S.A. “We spend a tremendous amount of time and effort in our product development to bring not only innovative products, but products that actually provide value to the customer, not just a cheap price tag.”

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