Integer Research – a leading independent provider of publications, consultancy and conference services for the global emissions control industry – has released a complimentary report providing analysis of current diesel emissions reduction developments in Brazil.
The report was taken from the recent second Diesel Emissions Conference & ARLA 32 Forum Brazil 2012, hosted on the 26 – 28 June at the Renaissance in São Paulo, Brazil.
The conference and forum welcomed over 200 senior stakeholders from over 15 countries worldwide. Speakers from leading organisations – including Sao Paulo City Government, Ministry of Mines and Energy, Iveco Latin America Ltda, Volvo do Brasil, Scania Latin America and MAN Latin America – facilitated in depth discussion on the implementation of diesel emissions legislation and technologies, as Brazil strives to achieve key emissions targets for both commercial on-highway and off-highway vehicles.
The complimentary report is available from the conference website here