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Who attends

Integer Emissions Summit & ARLA 32 Forum Brazil 2019 is a must-attend conference for senior decision makers across the emission control industry, including but not limited to the following groups:

  • Government institutions and regulatory bodies
  • Testing and standards bodies
  • Industry consultants
  • On and non-road vehicle and engine OEMs
  • Automotive press representatives
  • Exhaust system and retrofit suppliers
  • ARLA 32 (Adblue®) producers, distributors and equipment providers
  • Fuel distributors
  • Catalyst and automotive component supplier

Selection of companies that have previously attended IES & ARLA 32 Forum Brazil

Hundreds of senior executives from across Brazil and international emissions control organizations have met over the last two years at IES & ARLA 32 Forum Brazil, to discuss the most challenging issues facing the industry. Please see a selection of these organizations below:

  • AEA Brazil (Brazilian Automotive Engineering Association)
  • Afeevas
  • AGCO Brasil
  • AMB International Limited
  • Ameropa do Brasil
  • ARLA Brasil Indústria e Comércio
  • Arla Norte Industria Quimica
  • BASF South America
  • BorgWarner Emissions Systems Ltda
  • Bosch Brazil
  • CNH Latin America
  • Corning Brasil
  • Cummins Brasil Ltd
  • Daimler AG
  • DASCO Incorporated
  • Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Latam
  • Ford Motor Company
  • FPT Industrial
  • GB Automotive
  • GreenChem Holding BV
  • Hanier Especialidades Quimicas
  • International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)
  • Iveco Latin America Ltda
  • Kubota Corporation
  • KUS Group
  • MAN Latin America
  • Mercedes Benz do Brasil Ltda
  • Micro Matic USA
  • Peak Automotiva Ltda
  • Petrobras
  • Polícia Rodoviária Federal
  • Prime Blue International
  • Ranking Arla 32
  • Redux Industria
  • Rio Grande do Sul State Government
  • Saudi Basic Industries Corporation
  • Scania Latin America Ltda.
  • Schuetz Vasitex
  • SSI Technologies
  • TE Connectivity
  • Tecnofluid do Brasil Ltda
  • Tenneco Automotive Brasil Ltda
  • Top Blue Ltd
  • Toyota do Brasil Ltda
  • TRP Logistica
  • Unipac
  • Usiquimica do Brasil Ltda
  • Volkswagen do Brasil
  • Yara Brazil
  • YPF


Pictures from past conferences