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Diesel Emissions Conference & ARLA 32 Forum Brazil 2011

The 1st Diesel Emissions Conference & ARLA 32 Forum in Brazil was a tremendous success, attracting over 300 delegates from across South America and the rest of the world.

Didn’t attend this year’s event? Conference Papers and Delegate Access are now available for sale. Email for more information

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Speakers at this conference

Diesel Emissions Conference & ARLA 32 Forum Brazil 2011

Diesel Emissions Conference

As recession gripped the globe in 2009, Brazil’s automotive market remained one of the most resilient. According to ANFAVEA, the Brazilian Association of Automotive Vehicle Manufacturers, 3.1 million vehicles were sold domestically in 2009, equaling an all-time record for Brazil and making it the 5th largest automotive market in the world.

With a vast landscape and solid truck infrastructure, Brazil relies on heavy duty vehicles as the main transportation method for both goods and passengers, making it the perfect market for any on-road vehicle/engine manufacturer.

Non-road markets are set to benefit from huge investment in infrastructure leading up to the 2014 world cup and 2016 Olympics, while new government initiatives drive the biofuels market towards the implementation of B10 fuels.

The Diesel Emissions Conference Brazil 2011 is Brazil’s information and networking hub for the global diesel emissions supply chain. Over 3 comprehensive days, participants will discover the latest diesel emissions legislation and technology developments in Brazil, and be part of profitable discussion on the Brazilian on- and non-road diesel emissions markets.

ARLA 32 Forum

A flourishing Brazilian truck market and stricter diesel emissions standards from 2012 are creating some exciting opportunities for the global ARLA 32 market in Brazil.

As more and more new trucks are equipped with SCR technology to meet new CONAMA P7 legislation, ARLA 32 producers and equipment providers are expecting to benefit from a huge increase in business.

Planned emissions legislation for the non-road market is also presenting new profitable possibilities for the market.

The ARLA 32 Forum Brazil 2011 is well placed to discuss the opportunities presented by the new and exciting ARLA 32 market. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from case studies and panel discussions led by industry experts, including key associations leading the development of ARLA 32 in Brazil.

Together with the ideal networking opportunities on offer, participants will walk away with all the contacts and information needed to develop a strong business plan and a profitable future in Brazil’s ARLA 32 market.

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 $945, you will recieve:

  • Conference papers: Access to presentations from our 2011 conferences – giving you a comprehensive understanding of current and future developments in Brazil’s diesel emissions market.
  • Online delegate list: Access to our online networking portal, allowing you to contact those who attended the Brazil conference directly.

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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