Integer announces Russia & CIS Diesel Emissions Conference 2013

Niels Tholen - 31 January 2013

Integer has announced it will host its second Diesel Emissions Conference in Russia & CIS in St Petersburg on the 27th - 28th February.

This conference will analyse:

  • Diesel emissions legislation, with a focus on Tier III implementation
  • Progress in improving diesel fuel quality and supply
  • Latest aftertreatment technologies and diesel emission reduction technologies for the on-road and non-road mobile machinery sectors

At this conference:

  • Representatives from Caterpillar, ZAO Volvo Vostok, EUROMOT and AGCO Moscow will examine the impact of Tier III legislation, explore the enforcement of current regulations, requirements of future regulations, and methods of limiting cost increases for vehicle and engine manufacturers and their customers.
  • Speaker line-up includes Vsevolod Gavrilov, Director of Volvo Penta Division at ZAO Volvo Vostok who will address the effect NRMM emissions legislation is likely to have on the competitiveness of Russia's domestic non-road mobile machinery manufacturing industry.
  • Anatoly Polak, Senior Consultant, Certification and Standards at Caterpillar CIS LLC will focus on preparing cost-effective strategies for meeting Tier III regulation and beyond and methods of aligning governmental requirements with customer demands.

The conference will bring together over 200 senior executives from commercial vehicle and non-road OEMs, as well as emissions technology suppliers, oil companies and government legislators.

The full conference programme, speaker line-up and online registration is available from the event website at


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