Joseph Featherstone, Aftermarket Product Manager
Speakers at this conference
Maik Suffa, Product Manager CFD
Kris van Mullem, Chief Executive Officer
Mark Uhrich, North America Business Manager - Engine and Vehicle Sensors
Matt Rushing, Director of Product Management
Matthias Kruse, CEO
Ken Federle, Executive Director Product Engineering
Mike Osenga, President - Diesel & Gas Turbine Publications
Jim Fier, Executive Engineer
Joe Franklin, Manager, Analytical Testing
John Harper, Senior Marketing Manager - Engines and Exhaust
Jennifer Sockel, Vice President
Monica Baker, Research Manager
Tim Cheyne, Director - Environment & Emissions
Sean Waters, Director Compliance and Regulatory Affairs
Tony Teo, Business Development Director
Toru Nakao, Product Development Division
William Dawson, Senior Vice President, Sales
Robert Renkes, President
Rick Whately, Regional Sales Manager, Petroleum Products
Nikolai Kalvenes, VP, Product Management
Norm Winkler, National Sales Director
Randy Klein, Vice President - Sales
Rick Mihelic, Manager vehicle performance & Engineering Analysis
Jeff Lewis, Business Development Manager
Jason Lower, Executive Vice President
Carter Atkins, Environmental Specialist
Brian Mormino, Director - Energy Policy and Emissions Compliance
Chad Dombroski, Director, Air1
Charles Culverhouse, DEF Business Manager
Charles Roberts, Institute Engineer
Bill Cashmareck, Manager, Structured Products
Ben Sharpe, Senior Researcher
Allen Schaeffer, Executive Director
Alex Woodrow, Managing Director
Anthony Greszler, Vice President Government and Industry Relations
Antti Marttinen, Manager, Product Management – Global Engine Installations
Ben Patel, Vice President, Technology Development, Emission Control
Dan Arcy, Global OEM Technical Manager
Danan Dou, Manager, Advanced Power Systems Engineering
Henrik Bentzer, Research Engineer
Hanne Lundgreen, Sales Director NOxCare 40
J Alexander, President & COO
Jason Harrington, National Sales Manager
Jason Krajewski, Lead Engineer – Fuel Consumption Test & Analysis
Galen Hon, Consultant
Dr. Timothy Johnson, Director, Emerging Regulations & Technologies
David Piech, Director, Product Regulatory Affairs
David Uschwald, Director ‐ Global Remanufacturing Operations
Donald Thomas, Director of Technical Service and Quality Programs
Douglas Haugh, President
Alan Smith, Business Development, DEF
Papers and report now available
The 5th Diesel Emissions Conference & Diesel Exhaust Fluid Forum USA 2012 brought together over 200 attendees from the global automotive industry to discuss the latest in diesel emissions legislation and the DEF market.
If you missed the event, a report summarising the conference is available to download here.
The papers presented at the conference are also available to purchase along with access to the interactive delegate list for a fraction of the ticket price.
You will receive:
- Presentations: Access to all the presentations which featured at the 2012 conference – giving you a comprehensive understanding of current and future developments in North America’s diesel emissions markets.
- Interactive delegate list: Access to our interactive delegate list, allowing you to contact those who attended the 2012 India conference directly.
5th Diesel Emissions Conference USA
The 5th Diesel Emissions Conference USA 2012 analysed and discussed the diesel emissions legislative issues that is shaping the industry.
The conference showcased the latest emissions reduction technologies being used in the USA and across the world, and maintained its reputation as the leading discussion and networking platform for North American diesel emissions stakeholders.
Diesel Exhaust Fluid Forum
The 2012 Diesel Exhaust Fluid Forum provided an in-depth analysis of the North American Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) market, with perspectives and opinions from stakeholders throughout the supply chain.
The DEF market continues to expand, driven by the implementation of Tier 4 Interim legislation and new opportunities in emerging markets. One of the key issues facing the industry is the challenge of providing a cost- effective distribution and transportation strategy for both on- and non-road vehicles.
The forum investigated new opportunities in emerging markets and provided a comprehensive overview of current and future trends.
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