Cummins, Dana, Deere, PSR To Discuss Post-BRIC Markets

By pdamon12 September 2016

The 5th annual Global Off-Highway Industry Dialogue conference will feature a panel of experts that includes Jesse Lopez of John Deere, Michael Unrein of Dana Holding Corp., Andrew Hobbs of Cummins, Inc., and Carlos Briganti of Power Systems Research to discuss on the post-BRIC economy and provide insight into the world’s next emerging markets.  Jack Shaffer of Bergstrom will moderate the panel.

This year’s Global Off-Highway Industry Dialogue will be held on October 5, 2016 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill. The conference is presented by the Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association (HDMA), SAE International, Diesel Progress, and Power Systems Research.

The Post-BRIC Globalization of the Off-Highway Industry segment will follow four, 10 minute, level reviews focused on the panel participants experiences and insight into China, Brazil and India and other countries around the globe.  The panelists will discuss many facets of the global economy and the effect the BRIC downturn has had on the world-wide off-highway equipment industry. The panel will take questions from the audience to round out the discussion.

The Global Off-Highway Dialogue Industry Conference was developed for, and is attended by the off-highway industry’s executive leadership from the commercial vehicle supplier, OEM executive, financial analyst and media communities. Registrants for the Global Off-Highway Industry Outlook Conference can attend the SAE/COMVEC Expo with their Global Off-Highway Industry conference admission.

The complete agenda and registration for Global Off-Highway Industry Dialogue is available at  www.hdma.org/content/highway-dialogue.

The 5th annual Global Off-Highway Industry Dialogue is October 5, 2016 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill.

Register today at www.hdma.org/content/highway-dialogue.

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