We covered a lot of industry news this month — from new products to seminars and more. Here’s a look back at December 2020.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a lot of economic hardships for small businesses. In Suffolk, England, it forced one trim shop to close.
Did you know the German automaker produced sewing machines before getting into the car business?
SEMA is hosting a Facebook Live Chat for professional women in the automotive field.
Nearly 250 employees of Pecca Group have contracted the coronavirus.
It’s been a difficult year for everyone. But let’s end it on a positive note by helping a fellow trimmer diagnosed with cancer.
Check out Wolfsteins new, large convertible, soft top and tonneau cover telescopic brush.
Our friends at Electron Top recently mailed a flyer to all their clients encouraging them to support small businesses.
We scoured the internet for the latest auto upholstery jobs and posted them on our jobs page.
SEMA is hosting a free webinar on how to use digital marketing to successfully promote your automotive businesses.
Designers of the Mustang Mach-E found a clever way to combine a knob with a touchscreen.
Trimmer Ralph A. Medina of Colton, California, has died at age 91.
Bentley Motors is going old school with its later interior option: door panels upholstered in tweed.
Trimmer Ronald Joseph Poraczky of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, has died at age 65
Want the auto upholstery industry to have more influence over SEMA? Nominate a trimmer to serve on its board.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars claims to have reinvented portable lounging with its newest auto accessory, the “Pursuit Seat.”
They’re renown for their concours restorations of classic and exotic vehicle interiors. But how do they do it?
Congrats to Brent Parker of Brent Parker Motor Trimming for winning the 2020 “NC Auto Interior of the Year” award!
The December 2020 issue of Electron Top’s newsletter “Keep in Touch!” is full of holiday cheer.
Trimmer Derrick “Fuzzy” Heyl of Pipestone, Minnesota, has died at age 71.
The most common question that customers ask about their torn convertible tops is: “Can’t you just put a patch on it?”
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