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Integer Emissions Summit Russia 2014 explored the implementation of next stage diesel emissions regulation

The 3rd Integer Emissions Summit Russia & CIS 2014 examined the implications of the next stage of diesel emissions legislation in Russia and CIS countries, the barriers to progress and analysed effective strategies to achieve compliance.

As Russia’s commercial vehicle and non-road mobile machinery sectors continue to grow, the conference provided a comprehensive insight into the emissions legislation that shapes the industry, as well as the optimum strategies to meet the increasingly stringent standards.

The conference investigated the impact of on-road Euro IV and V and non-road Tier III legislation and examined strategies to successfully ensure compliance. The conference brought together over 150 key stakeholders from across the Russian and global automotive industries including vehicle and engine manufacturers, and policy makers, once again making this the annual meeting place for the automotive emissions industry.

Programme

The latest conference programme is available to download here. Key topics

  • Heavy-duty commercial vehicles
  • Non-road mobile machinery
  • Passenger cars
  • Natural gas vehicles
  • AdBlue
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Speakers

Andrey Latishev - AMO ZiL

Chief engine designer

Andrey Latishev is Chief Engine Designer at ZIL, working on adapting engines and powertrains. He also works on the development…

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Steve Whelen - Clean Air Power Ltd

Technical Director

Steve joined Clean Air Power in 2005, having spent 17 years at Ricardo Consulting Engineers as a Chief Engineer in…

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Ruslan Sadykov - Cummins Inc

CES Application Engineer

Mr. Sadykov is Cummins Emission Solutions Engineer. He is responsible for adapting Cummins emission control systems to the Russian market…

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Igor Turunov - EcoTruck Ltd

Founder

Igor Turunov, Founder of the Ecotruck – the first AdBlue supplier on Russian market since 2007. Founder of the group…

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Anatoliy Ivanovich Savitskiy - EKIP

General Director

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Ivan Bonchev - EURussia Partners

Managing Partner

Ivan is Managing Partner at EU Russia-Partners. The company is a leading advisor for the Russian industrial manufacturing sector. It…

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Who attends
  • Vehicle and engine manufacturers
  • Emissions legislators and industry associations
  • Emissions technology suppliers
  • Oil and lubricant suppliers
  • AdBlue supply chain stakeholders
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