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On- and off-highway emissions regulation to be examined at Integer Emissions Summit USA

Understanding and meeting current and future emissions regulations for the on and off-highway industries is a major challenge. The EPA, CARB and the IMO continue to unveil plans for stricter legislation.

The 7th Integer Emissions Summit USA 2014 will host a speaker line-up of over 60 executives from policy makers, vehicle and engine manufacturers and technology providers to examine the challenges and outline successful strategies for compliance.

Taking place on the 28th – 30th October in Chicago, the Summit hosts six dedicated conference streams providing an in-depth examination of emissions standards and optimum reduction technologies

Heavy-duty commercial vehicles
Examining the impact of future Greenhouse Gas and fuel efficiency standards and the future challenges for companies that have achieved near-zero emissions.
Natural gas vehicles
Analysing the opportunities for the on-road vehicle sector with the increasing development of the natural gas infrastructure.
Off-highway vehicles
Exploring the trend of future emissions standards and the key drivers of legislation and customer demands.
Marine vessels
Discover the impact of IMO Tier III emissions and the optimum technology solutions to meet the regulation.
Light-duty commercial vehicles and passenger cars
Inspecting EPA Tier III and CARB LEV-III emissions standards and the market growth opportunities.
Diesel Exhaust Fluid
Providing a comprehensive DEF North American market overview and examining the issues of DEF quality, equipment and supply trends and emerging markets and sectors.

The latest programme and speaker line-up has just been published and is available to download here

The early booking discount closes on Friday 11th July – register and save US$400

The 7th Integer Emissions Summit USA 2014 will bring together over 250 stakeholders from across the global emissions market, including senior executives from government bodies, engine and vehicle manufacturers, aftertreatment technology suppliers, DEF producers and distributors and key media and industry associations.

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