Leading vehicle and engine manufacturers debated the impact of Brazil’s PROCONVE P7 diesel emissions legislation and there was a clear consensus that the regulation has been a success but that challenges remain which need to be addressed.
Integer’s 4th Diesel Emissions Conference India will take place on the 8 – 10 October and, in response to increasing industry demand, will this year be held in Pune, the centre of the India’s automotive industry, at the JW Marriott Hotel.
The conference will provide a comprehensive insight into the challenges and opportunities for the on-road, non-road, diesel generator set and AdBlue industries, as these sectors tackle the challenge of implementing cost-effective emissions control strategies.
The Brazilian P7 heavy-duty vehicle market is expected to show average annual growth rates of 7% in the run-up to the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Rio Olympics. This growth estimate is according to Integer’s new Brazil Diesel Emissions & ARLA 32 Market Study: 2013 Edition, which forecasts P7 vehicle sales as well as demand for S10 low-sulphur diesel.
“We expect the Brazilian P7 vehicle market to grow strongly over the next five years and the country is likely to strengthen its position as an exporter of heavy-duty vehicles” says Tim Cheyne, Director of Emissions at Integer. ““The FIFA World Cup next year and the Olympic Games in 2016 require huge infrastructure investment and this will drive growth in the P7 fleet”.
The National Agency for Land Transport to present at the 3rd Diesel Emissions Conference & ARLA 32 Forum Brazil 2013
Carlos Fernando do Nascimento, National Director, at the National Land Transport Agency (ANTT) will deliver a presentation on the developments of road transportation in Brazil.