2017 Asia-Pacific Automotive Powertrain Summit officially entered the countdown

Posted on 3/9/2017 10:49:32 AM

ASEAN region auto industry, 2014-2020 annual output growth rate is expected to 8%, is expected in 2019 more than 7 million / year scale, 2019 ASEAN region will become the world's fifth largest auto market. However, the environmental pollution problems brought by the rapid development of the automobile market are increasingly affected by the relevant departments of the Asia-Pacific countries and the international community. A series of environmental laws and regulations have been promulgated, and the emissions from the Asia-Pacific countries have been increasing. Standard escalation. As the car's heart and emission sources, powertrain system needs to improve fuel efficiency, reduce fuel consumption, to meet the development needs of energy-saving emission reduction; improve processing accuracy and efficiency, to achieve efficiency of the production of cars and parts enterprises to win competitive advantage Weapon.
2017 The 4th Asia Pacific Automotive Powertrain Summit will be held in Singapore from 11 to 12 April 2017. As the domestic high-standard series summit, the first three summit by the National Environmental Protection Department and the Beijing Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau and other institutions of the full support, attracted more than 700 global automotive industry experts and high-level decision-makers, including more than three One of the OEM and engine manufacturers. The summit also has a long-term relationship with Sinopec, Toyota, Honda, GM, Ford, Volkswagen, BMW, FAW, Changan, Bosch, Mahler, Delphi, AVL, ExxonMobil and other world famous brands.
  The summit will be in-depth analysis of the industry more concerned about the latest engine technology trends and the Asia-Pacific countries emissions policies and regulations, in-depth discussion of the upgrading of fuel quality and other hot topics. To build a high-end platform for high-level, OEMs, industry leaders and experts from the Asia-Pacific governments to exchange cross-border projects.

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