More than 50 U.S.-based companies are scheduled to showcase products at Intermot, the international motorcycle and scooter trade fair to be held October 11-15 in Cologne, Germany.
U.S.-based vehicle suppliers scheduled to attend include Harley-Davidson, Polaris Industries, Carter Brothers Mfg., Dazon, LS Motor Sports LLC, Global Moto LLC and Mod Cycles Corp.
Aftermarket parts and accessories suppliers scheduled to attend include AFX North America, Inc., Gears Canada Corp., Action Fours, Inc., AIRHAWK, Inc., All Balls Racing Products, Balboa Mfg. Co. LLC, Cobra Engineering, Inc., Cruzin Cooler LLC, Drag Specialties, Dragonfly Clothing, Inc., EK Chain - Kayo Corp., Electrosport Industries and Modern World Ventures - Suomy.
Also scheduled for booth space are Genuine Innovations, Handy Industries, LLC, Hot Toppers, Inc., J&M Corporation, Thrill Ride Sports, Inc., Kimpex, Inc., Motorsport Products, One Industries LLC, Pivot Works/Hot Cams, SuperTrapp, Symtec, Inc., Thor MX, Tire ball Development Co., Trail tech, Inc. and Zhejiang Product Co. Ltd.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled for 11:15 am on October 10 to honor the strong U.S. presence at the USA Pavilion.
The ceremony will be attended by high ranking officials of the U.S. Embassy in Berlin, George Ruffner, Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs and Matthew Boyse, Consul General of the U.S. Consulate Düsseldorf, as well as Oliver Kuhrt, Executive Director of Koelnmesse GmbH.
The opening of the USA Pavilion will be covered by international media and will be followed by a short reception.
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