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Integer Research and Diesel Progress Announce Partnership

Posted on November 1, 2013

Integer Research and Diesel Progress have announced a strategic partnership to combine market intelligence of the global diesel engine industry and to provide an extensive knowledge hub for engine and equipment designers and manufacturers.

This collaboration between Diesel Progress and Integer Research will enable the two organizations to increase their exposure to the global diesel engine and emissions industry. Both work closely with on-highway, off-highway, stationary and marine equipment manufacturers around the world and the new partnership will lead to the latest news and analysis being delivered to a wider audience.
 

“Integer is deeply committed to providing in-depth analysis, forecasts and information for the diesel emissions industry and the announcement of this partnership means that our clients will benefit from the added knowledge and experience of Diesel Progress” said Tim Cheyne, director – Environment and Emissions at U.K. headquartered Integer Research.

“The world of information is changing,” said Mike Osenga, publisher of Diesel Progress and president of Diesel & Gas Turbine Publications, Waukesha, Wisconsin, U.S.A.  “This partnership with Integer Research and its well-regarded emissions and engine technology information platforms will deepen and enhance the content we can deliver to our global audiences.”

Diesel & Gas Turbine Publications which, in addition to Diesel Progress North American, also publishes Diesel Progress International, Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide, the Diesel Progress website,  and the Diesel & Gas Turbine Sourcing Guide, have been providing critical product, technology and industry news for designers and users of all kinds of engine-powered equipment since 1935.

Integer Research, celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, is a specialist provider of research, data, analysis, conferences and consultancy services across a number of global industrial markets including diesel engines and emissions control.

Both organizations will work closely to present vehicle and engine manufacturers with the most concise and in-depth information on the latest emissions reduction technologies and global emissions legislation.

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