Nowadays the diesel engine market in India and ASEAN countries is booming. It is estimated that in 2022, the sales revenue of diesel engines in India will be up to 1.24 billion US dollars, which is double of that in 2015. In 2020, India will skip the stage of BS V, and directly implements BS VI standard for on-road vehicles, which requires reduction of diesel engines NOx by 68%, and emission of PM by 80%, which is a big challenge to overcome. While the demand for a large number of in-flight evolution technologies such as high-pressure common rail systems, supercharged intercooling, high efficiency combustion technology and diesel aftertreatment like SCR, Adblue, EGR, DOC, DPF etc have increased dramatically.
While Euro IV or even lower emission and corresponding fuel quality standards are still the mainstream in most of ASEAN countries, which result in a lot of damage to local environment. In the meantime, although many diesel engine manufacturers desire to expand their business in ASEAN countries, there are a variety of barriers in cross-cultural management, understanding of local policies and regulations, as well as establishing powerful distribution channels.
India & ASEAN Diesel and Hybrid Powertrain Summit 2019 which will be held on June 26-27, in Chennai, is dedicated to providing the next 5-10 years of policy direction and supporting technological innovations as well as exploiting the market opportunities in India and ASEAN countries. It is also the best platform for you to communicate about international project with government leaders, OEM manufacturers, industry leaders and experts.
Industry leaders like SIAM, Tractor and Mechanization Association (TMA), Tata Motors, Toyota Motors, Mahindra Rise, JCB, Indian Oil Corporation, Ashok Leyland, TAFE, CNH Industrial, Kohler Power India, Paccar India, Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV), Garrett - Advancing Motion, Yanmar India, ihs Markit, Delphi-TVS, Fauresia Emission Control Technologies, Greaves Cotton, Cummins, Ministry of Natural Resources & Environment of Thailand, AVL LIST, FEV India, Ricardo PLC etc have already confirmed to participate into this high-level conference to talk about diesel electrification, hybrid technical solutions, common-rail fuel-injection, turbocharging, SCR, EGR, DPF technologies, biodiesel, methanol diesel, diesel fuel quality upgrade meeting strict BS 6-RDE, CAFÉ norms
The event is organised by FIVEO Group. For any details, click here