The 4th Integer Emissions Summit Brazil 2014 conference programme can be downloaded here
- Heavy-duty commercial vehicles
- Non-road mobile machinery
- Light-duty vehicles and passenger cars
- Alternative fuels including natural gas and biofuels
- ARLA 32
- North Europe, Bergen, Norway
- Central and South Europe, Zug, Switzerland
- North America , Greensboro ,USA
- Brazil- Managed by Wema Americas
- North East Asian, Shanghai, P.R. China
- South East Asia Pacific, Chennai, India
PetrobrasPetrobras is a publicly traded corporation with over one million shareholders, which operates in an integrated manner in the following sectors: oil and natural gas exploration and production; electricity generation and distribution; production of oil products; sale of oil, natural gas, liquefied natural gas, oil products and electricity; transportation of oil, natural gas and oil products; base petrochemical production; fertilizer production; biofuel production; and distribution of oil products.
Holding 25% of the world’s deep-water oil operations, Petrobras has expanded its operations, aiming to be among the top five integrated energy companies in the world by 2020, based on the key principles of profitability, social and environmental responsibility, and integrated growth.
Petrobras is part of a small group of companies that produce more than 2.5 million barrels of oil and natural gas equivalent (BOE) a day. Its oil production in Brazil is higher than Brazilian demand and domestic refineries’ processing capacity. As it develops its existing reserves, makes new discoveries in the pre-salt layer and builds five new refineries, Petrobras will become a major exporter of oil and oil products in the coming years.
BlueDEFFor almost 40 years, Old World Industries LLC, maker of PEAK® Performance Products, has produced and distributed functional fluids for heavy duty and automotive applications. That’s why, today, you can depend on us to develop a smart, efficient and customizable BlueDEF® Diesel Exhaust Fluid program that includes training, tech-support, storage equipment and much more.
GreenChemGreenChem is a leading manufacturer and distributor of AdBlue across Europe. Many trucks, cars, off-road equipment and Agricultural machinery, are using ISO high quality AdBlue from GreenChem today. GreenChem’s brand values are: Efficient, Quality, Solutions for You, the customer!
We always strive to be the best in what we do and offer our customers Operational solutions, from which they can benefit every day. Such solutions for example, include the Distribution of AdBlue, a variety of Bulk Dispensing systems, Service Contracts, Flexible finance packages, Deliveries of pre-packed products such as 1,000 litre IBCs, Drums, Canisters, and other tailor- made solutions.
GreenChem as part of AgroFert,a.s. also distributes Automotive Urea on a global scale. AgroFert Holding employs more than 25,000 people in Europe and includes, amongst many other business ventures, Europes leading high quality UREA producing companies.
If you would like more information please visit our website: www.GreenChem-AdBlue.com
FPT IndustrialFPT Industrial is a company of CNH Industrial dedicated to the design, production and sale of powertrains for on and off-road vehicles, marine and power generation applications. The company employs approximately 8,000 people worldwide, in ten plants and six R&D Centres. The FPT Industrial sales network consists of 100 dealers and over 1,300 service centres in almost 100 countries.
A wide product offering, including five engine ranges from 31 kW up to 740 kW and transmissions with maximum torque from 300 Nm up to 500 Nm, and a close focus on R&D activities make FPT Industrial a world leader in industrial powertrains.
TennecoTenneco (NYSE: TEN) is a leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of emission control and ride control products and systems for the heavy duty on & off-road markets, automotive original equipment market, retrofit, aftermarket, and specialty markets worldwide. Our vision drives us to pioneer global ideas for cleaner, quieter, smoother and safer transportation. At Tenneco, we are committed to discovering & delivering the solutions that best fit our customers’ needs through engineering expertise, advanced technology, and operational excellence.
ElaflexELAFLEX is a German company founded in 1923, the global market leader in the
provision of accessories for the handling of fuels and chemicals including
ARLA-32. The line of specialty products for the ARLA-32 includes guns, hoses,
swivel joints, break-aways, and couplers / engagements of every kind for
trucks, storage tanks and loading systems.
The AEA – Brazilian Automotive Engineering Association is a neutral forum of technical discussions that brings together companies from automotive sector, universities, research institutes and government agencies. The objective: seek for the best solutions related to mobility issues.
For more than 30 years AEA has given important contributions for the Brazilian engineering development and for the sector public policies. Our actions are based on pillars as scientific knowledge, technology, competitiveness, quality, autonomy and sustainability. Through the technical committees, working groups, workshops, seminars and symposiums, courses and technical publications, AEA offers to the members a high level of knowledge and technical content, reliable and innovator.
Therefore, more than an engineering center, AEA is an institution that seeks to gather and use all the diverse thoughts and ideas, to present solutions that improve not just automotive engineering, but also Brazil's market automotive consumers as a whole.
AFEEVASThe Association of Equipment Manufacturers for Vehicle Emissions Control in South America is a not-for-profit and non- governmental organization, eminently technical, established in April 2001.
The AFEEVAS congregates the most important South America organizations that research, develop and produce technologies that control vehicle emission. The Association also maintains strong relationship with similar international entities to exchange experience and technical information, having as main partners the American MECA – Manufacturers of Emission Control Association and the European AECC – Association for Emission Control by Catalyst.
To provide solid technical information for the control of vehicle emissions and to contribute to the establishment of national and international politics that prevent and control atmospheric pollution, improve the environment and public health, and yet promote industrial development.
To connect the manufacturers of equipments and components for vehicle emissions control, consolidating and spreading knowledge, information, experiences and best practices that can lead to the improvement of the environment;
To develop studies and research in the interest of the associates and governmental bodies, to incentive the creation of proposals, strategies, norms and procedures aiming to establish and/or optimize regulations with regards to the improvement of the environment;
To promote and to support cultural and technical actions and events in connection to AFEEVAS objectives and purposes;
To represent the Association’s interests at all the levels, before any nature of public or private entities;
To stimulate ethical relationship amongst the associates and also between them and other third parts.
Lead Media Partners
Diesel ProgressFounded in 1935, Diesel Progress North America covers the
products, technology and industry news of engine-powered
equipment and engine and component manufacturers in the
on-highway, off-highway, stationary and marine markets;
diesel, natural gas, gasoline or alternative fuelled equipment.
If it is engine-powered and not a car, it is likely Diesel Progress
covers the companies that manufactures those machines.
Coverage is in the U.S., Mexico and Canada.
Typical Readers: Design, specifying, purchasing management
at engine-powered equipment OEMs, packagers, systems
integrators; consulting, specifying engineers.
Diesel Progress InternationalDiesel Progress International covers the products, technology
and industry news of engine-powered-equipment and engine
and component manufacturers in the on-highway,
off-highway, stationary and marine markets; diesel, natural
gas, gasoline or alternative fuelled equipment. Founded in
1968, Coverage is all world markets except the U.S., Mexico
Typical Readers: Design, specifying, purchasing management
at engine-powered equipment mobile, stationary and
Diesel & Gas Turbine Sourcing GuideSince 1935, the Diesel & Gas Turbine Sourcing Guide has
covered the products and technologies involved with any
type of reciprocating or rotating (turbine) engine. Originally a
printed catalog, the Diesel & Gas Turbine Sourcing Guide has
evolved into a key online search tool for all things engines, as
well as a range of engine componentry via its website www.
dieselandgasturbineguide.net. Print catalogs are still published
each year in May as well.
This specifications-driven website and annual publication
includes almost all types of non-automotive (car) engines as
well as anything that can be used with engines, including
engine accessories (turbo-chargers, fuel injection systems,
internal engine components, etc.) electronic controls,
hydraulics, mechanical transmission components, emissionsreduction
technology, generators, marine power transmissions
Diesel & Gas Turbine WorldwideDiesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide magazine provides news
and information on engine room products and technologies
associated with power generation, oil and gas, rail traction
and marine propulsion applications, typically with diesel,
natural gas engines or gas turbines 2000 hp (1500 kW)
Typical Readers: Readers are associated with engineering,
administrative/marketing and other functions found within
the engine rooms of power generation, oil & gas, marine
and rail applications.
DieselNetDieselNet, the only information service exclusively devoted
to diesel engines and emissions, is an internet forum for
the exchange of technical and business information on
diesel engines, fuels, emissions and many of the important
technologies required by the clean and efficient diesel engines
of the future.