SEMA, the Specialty Equipment Market Association, announced Aug. 5 that due to COVID-19 and concerns event facilities and services will be unavailable, the SEMA Show will not be taking place in 2020.
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Ford has a new frontman in Jim Farley, and the company’s competitive edge in electric vehicle manufacturing may come from the fresh leadership.
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