Auto Care Association Sponsors 2018 Automotive Resource Guide for U.S. Exporters

Posted by Auto Care News on August 07, 2018

BETHESDA, Md. – August 7, 2018 – The Auto Care Association is proud to serve as a gold sponsor for the newly-released 2018 edition of the Automotive Industry Resource Guide: A Reference for U.S. Exporters. The resource guide, prepared by the U.S. Commercial Service’s Global Auto & Smart Mobility Team, is designed to help U.S. companies identify export markets where U.S. automotive products or services are likely to succeed.


Individual country analysis offers information on market entry details, market trends, main competitors, current demand, barriers, trade events, statistical data and additional resources to enhance the global competitiveness of the U.S. automotive industry.

 

The Resource Guide is free of charge and can be downloaded directly here: https:/2016.export.gov/industry/auto/resourceguide121956.asp.

 

“The Auto Care Association is committed to providing our members with the information and resources needed to identify new markets and to remain competitive in the global marketplace,” said Bill Hanvey, president and CEO, Auto Care Association. “We look forward to continuing our relationship with the U.S. Commercial Service and promoting U.S. auto parts exports.”

 

“The automotive industry is essential to the U.S. economy,” said Michael Rosales, director, Global Auto and Smart Mobility Team, U.S. Commercial Service. “It is one of our nation’s largest employers, with automobiles and suppliers representing the largest manufacturing industry in the country. We would like to thank the Auto Care Association for its support in offering this resource guide. Our Automotive Trade Specialists located in more than 70 countries are ready to work with Auto Care Association members to understand how to export, connect with foreign buyers and expand operations in new markets.”

 

For more information about the Auto Care Association’s international trade initiatives, please visit www.autocare.org/international or contact Angela Chiang at angela.chiang@autocare.org

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