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New Web Site Launched for Global Automotive Aftermarket Exporting Information

The Overseas Automotive Council (OAC) has launched a new Web site -- www.oac-intl.org -- designed to be an industry resource for information on exporting aftermarket products worldwide. OAC is the international aftermarket division of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA). The council promotes the sale in foreign markets of automotive products manufactured in North America.

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — The Overseas Automotive Council (OAC) has launched a new Web site — www.oac-intl.org — designed to be an industry resource for information on exporting aftermarket products worldwide.

OAC is the international aftermarket division of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA). The council promotes the sale in foreign markets of automotive products manufactured in North America.

“Our Web site is designed to be the online, one-stop resource for anyone who exports automotive aftermarket products or who is interested in exporting,” said Anthony Cardez, OAC director of business development. “It will be an invaluable asset to anyone involved in the global automotive aftermarket and is extremely user-friendly. Of course, it also features a wide range of services and features exclusively for OAC members in a secure area,” he added.

The public area of the OAC Web site features information on global markets, links to sites with more information about exporting aftermarket products and information on international automotive tradeshows. The members-only area has online registration for OAC events and international tradeshows, an electronic membership directory and the latest global market research and news.

For more information about OAC, visit the Web site at www.oac-intl.org, or contact Cardez at 919-406-8810 or [email protected].

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