What an exciting month! We profiled new trimmers, highlighted exciting projects, covered the latest coronavirus-related news and more! Here’s a look back at July 2020.
Does your auto upholstery shop need professional-looking coronavirus signs? Then download these FREE signs.
The last time the auto industry took an economic hit this hard was the Great Recession of 2008.
With the introduction of 5G technology, auto interiors are expected to become more connected than ever before.
The deadline to apply for a forgivable loan through the government’s “Paycheck Protection Program” has been extended.
With summer in full swing, kids are keeping cool with Slip ‘N Slide. But did you know an upholster created the first one?
Auto shops received between $1.25 billion and $2.06 billion in loans from the Payment Protection Program.
Tired of the same old, boring bench seat design? Then check out this bad ass by Recovery Room Hot Rod Interiors.
What do you buy a Porsche 911 owner that already has everything he could possibly want? A wrist watch to match his car… duh.
Convertible cars have come a long way. Yes, in terms of quality and design, but also in lots of other important ways.
Trimmer Ronald Eugene Smith, Sr. of Youngstown, Ohio, has died at age 81.
We scoured the internet for the latest auto upholstery jobs and apprenticeships and posted them on our jobs page.
In the auto industry, there are few schools that teach upholstery in any substantive way. Sweden’s Sadelmakeriskolan is among the best.
Boxmark Leather has announced that it’s laying off 350 workers due to plummeting sales caused by the coronavirus.
Check out the July 2020 issue of Electron Top’s newsletter “Keep in Touch!” for some patriotic reading, as well as details on new products.
SEMA is implementing several measures to ensure the health and safety of exhibitors and attendees at the 2020 SEMA Show.
The most important and effective marketing tool that any small business can invest in is a good sign.
To help businesses “reopen with confidence,” SEMA is hosting a series of webinars that every shop owner should watch.
Bentley Motors just introduced the world’s first three-dimensional wood door panels for the Flying Spur, and they look incredible.
If you’ve ever sat in a Porsche, chances are you remember the seats. That’s because the automaker takes its upholstery seriously.
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