The record-high sales growth over the past two years for the automotive specialty-equipment industry is beginning to level off or subside, according to the newest SEMA market research report. Despite ongoing economic uncertainty, supply-chain issues, and rising costs, companies remain optimistic as sales remain solid and above pre-pandemic levels. “Businesses experienced record-high growth the past
SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) has released its “SEMA Future Trends – January 2022” report. The in-depth report, conducted by the SEMA Market Research Team, provides valuable insight and information to help the specialty-equipment industry make vital decisions and plan for the future. The SEMA Future Trends report provides a detailed analysis of the industry’s
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. has received the 2016 Gold Certificate of Excellence from General Motors Customer Care and Aftersales, headquartered in Flint MI in recognition for outstanding 2016 on-time shipping performance.
Specialty Auto Parts U.S.A., Inc. has announced a licensing agreement with Mopar Performance, and enthusiasts can expect to see licensed Mopar parts in 2017. Products in the engine cooling and ignition categories will come first.
On the heels of celebrating its 30th anniversary, Specialty Auto Parts U.S.A., Inc. Proform is excited to announce that Diana Gill has been appointed as their new Sales Manager. Diana brings more than 13 years of experience with Specialty Auto Parts with not only a strong knowledge of the day-to-day operations within the company but