Petter Asman, DG Enterprise
Once again, the 4th Diesel Emissions Conference & AdBlue Forum Asia 2011 successfully attracted the most senior stakeholders from Asia’s automotive market to discuss the latest diesel emissions legislation and technologies.
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Speakers at this conference
Zhu Jialin, Deputy Director-General, Policy & Regulation Department
Du Fangci, Deputy Secretary General
Rudi von Meister, General Manager
Dr. Jun Li, R&D Center Director
Chen Xiaoxun, Engine Dept Director
Tong Dehui, Vice President & Research Center Director
Axel Friedrich, Former Head of Division, Environment & Transport
Feng Xingfu, Vice General Manager
Wang Qinpu, Chief Technology Expert
Meinrad Signer, General Manager, Arbon Tech Center
Osten Andersson, Director
Niladri Das, Emission R&D
Zhu Hang, Executive Director of Engine Research Institute
Qianghua Zhong, Chief Engineer
Michael Walsh, Chairman, Board of Directors
Menliang Li, Chief Expert
Marc Hehle, Senior Manager Exhaust Aftertreatment
Martin Magnusson, Deputy General Manager
Qin Jian, Sales Director
Michael Köhler, Department Manager Engineering Exhaust Gas Treatment
Tao Jianzhong, Design Section Vice Director, R&D Center
Tim Chang, Deputy Director of Technical Center
Wu Xuling, Director of Powertrain Depratment
Wang Shilong, Deputy Director
Liu Xiong, Chief Designer of R&D Center
Shuai Shijin, Professor of Automotive Engineering Department
Qun Guo, Director of Petroleum Refining Engineering
Robert Earley, Low Carbon Transportation Program Manager
Yuefu Jin, Deputy Chief Engineer
Torben Skyum-Jensen, Regional Director, BU-ESA
Kim Huat Low, President
Fei Feng, Director-General
Dr. Paul Procee, Environmental Specialist
Feng An, President and Executive Director
Feroze Chowdary, General Manager
Francisco Ayala Sanchez, Product Manager - AdBlue
Dr. Georg Hüthwohl, Managing Director
Dominik Declercq, Chief Representative
Bert van Tilt, Air 1 Director - Europe
Bernardo Martinez, Automotive Industry, DG Enterprise
Chengning Zhang, Professor
Christian Hochfeld, Project Director, Climate Protection and Electromobility in China
Daniel Hubner, Market Development
Friedemann Rohr, Senior Manager
Guimeng Luo, Production & Technology Director
Juliane Lang, Analyst
Juergen Stein, Manager, Emissions & Regulatory Affairs
Karl-Heinz Kustermann, Director-General
Alex Woodrow, Managing Director
Kris van Mullem, Chief Executive Officer
Jonathon White, Director of Engineering, Engine Business
John Pudelski, Technology Deployment Manager
Hengdi Li, General Manager
Jason Lower, Executive Vice President
Jeff Lewis, Business Development Manager
Jeroen Schoonderbeek, Commercial Manager Air 1
Liu Lingli, Division Director
Diesel Emissions Conference & AdBlue Forum Asia 2011
China is the land of opportunities … and challenges. It is still the world’s largest truck market, producing almost every second medium-duty and heavy-duty commercial vehicle sold worldwide. It is also home to three of the world’s five largest truck manufacturers.
In the first nine months of 2010, China’s commercial vehicle production and sales reached 3.20 million and 3.24 million units respectively.
However, with China IV diesel emissions standards for on-road heavy-duty vehicles approaching, there are still a number of challenges ahead. This includes the poor availability of low sulphur content diesel fuel across China, which remains a major contributor to the countries high pollution levels.
Non-road vehicles have their own targets to achieve – CN Stage III – and it is important that the legislation is understood before effective strategy planning can take place.
The 4th Diesel Emissions Conference & AdBlue Forum Asia 2011 is well placed to tackle these obstacles in time for the China IV deadline. It will facilitate real discussion on the future of diesel emissions and AdBlue in Asia, and provide important information for the entire supply chain – from fleets to truck, engine and emissions control manufacturers.
Papers and delegate list now available
If you missed this year’s event, you still have the chance to purchase the publications and delegate list, and contact delegates through our online networking facility for a fraction of the delegate ticket price.
For only $895 ($995 for delegates living or working outside of Asia), you will recieve:
- Conference papers: Access to presentations from our 2010 and 2011 conferences – giving you a comprehensive understanding of current and future developments in Asia’s diesel emissions market.
- Online delegate list: access to our online networking portal, allowing you to contact those who attended the Asia conference directly.
Offsetting CO2 emissions, supported by Wema
We are pleased to announce Wema as the environmental sponsor at this year’s event.
Climate change is the most pressing global issue facing us all, with potential for significant community, biodiversity and environmental consequences across the world. To take responsibility for our impact on the climate, Integer in partnership with Wema are offsetting the carbon emissions from our events through ClimateCare.
ClimateCare is an organisation that reduces global greenhouse gas emissions on behalf of companies and individuals. These reductions are made through a range of projects around the world that not only make real reductions in carbon emissions, but also make a difference to people’s lives.
To find out more about ClimateCare and emission reduction projects, visit www.jpmorganclimatecare.com