Integer Announces New Brazil Diesel Emissions & ARLA 32 Study

Laura Cross - 20 December 2012

Integer has announced the release of a new study, investigating the potential of the emerging diesel emissions and ARLA 32 markets in Brazil. Brazil Diesel Emissions and ARLA 32 Market Study: 2013 Edition, available in both English and Portuguese, provides in-depth analysis and ground-breaking forecasts on the supply and demand for SCR-equipped heavy duty trucks and ARLA 32 in Brazil. Features of the new study include:

  • Legislation and taxation
  • Truck manufacturer engine and emissions control strategies
  • Key partnerships within the diesel emissions supply chain
  • Plans for expansion by domestic and non-domestic ARLA 32 suppliers
  • ARLA distribution and infrastructure developments
  • Rigorous supply and demand forecasts.

A telephone demonstration of the study once available can be requested here

You may also be interested in

Brazilian ARLA 32 consumption to exceed one billion litres by 2018

Laura Cross - 22 April 2013

The Brazilian ARLA 32 market is forecast to exceed one billion litres by 2018, according to Integer's new Brazil Diesel Emissions & ARLA 32 Market Study: 2013 Edition. Brazil adopted Euro-V-equivalent emissions legislation, known as PROCONVE P7, in January 2012. Euro-IV-equivalent standards were cancelled in 2009 amid concerns over...

Brazilian ARLA 32 market slower than expected six months after implementation of PROCONVE P7

Laura Cross - 3 July 2012

ARLA 32 suppliers have indicated a slower level of development than had been expected since the implementation of PROCONVE P7 (Euro V equivalent) emissions standards in January, 2012. The heavy-duty truck market took a dive in the first five months of 2012, with sales down 21% year on year. The exact number of P7 trucks on the road is not...

VIDEO: China and Brazil’s DEF markets

Christopher Goodfellow - 5 July 2011

Emissions Control Analyst, Juliane Läng, gave a presentation at Integer's Diesel Emissions Conference & AdBlue Forum in Düsseldorf, Germany, comparing the Diesel Exhuast Fluid (DEF) markets in Brazil and China. The presentation was based on Integer's latest researched reports:Brazil Diesel Emissions & ARLA 32 Market...

Brazil is gearing up for SCR technology and DEF

Christopher Goodfellow - 19 April 2011

Integer Research's Diesel Emissions Conference & ARLA 32 Forum Brazil 2011, heard manufacturers such as Volvo and Cummins declare that they will use Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology to meet Proconve P7. Brazil's two main urea producers Vale and Petrobras both presented at the conference about the country's ARLA 32...

EXCLUSIVE: Integer forecasts Brazil to have the largest AUS 32 market of the BRIC countries

Rebecca Hayward - 7 July 2014

Fabricio Cardoso, Senior Analyst at Integer Research presented on new AUS 32 business opportunities in the BRIC countries at the 10th Integer Emissions Summit Europe in Dusseldorf on 19 June 2014. Cardoso described how the key driver in these countries are the emissions standards which are currently, for some of them, many years behind...

Old World Industries, LLC Expands Diesel Exhaust Fluid Portfolio with Acquisition of Victory Blue

Ben Treadwell - 28 April 2016

Old World Industries, LLC announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Victory Blue, a Dallas based diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) company. The asset purchase included seven production facilities throughout the U.S. Kal Mahmood, President & CEO at Old World Industries stated that this acquisition would bring about improved...

Hyundai begins North American sales of Tier 4 Final HX series excavators

Ben Treadwell - 30 July 2015

Hyundai Construction has launched its HX series hydraulic excavators in the U.S. and Canada featuring Tier 4 Final compliant engines from both Scania and Cummins. The smaller models are powered by the Cummins engines while the largest two feature the engines by Scania. The models range from 22 to 52 metric tons and achieve Tier 4 Final...