Heavy-Duty Sustainable Transport Symposium

May 7 - 8, 2025 | Gothenburg, Sweden

See Where Heavy-Duty Is Headed

Engineers, decision-makers, suppliers and regulators all come to the Heavy-Duty Sustainable Transport Symposium to find out which regulations are coming down the pipeline and how best to address them. Attendees have access to state-of-the-art technical information and insights from firsthand experiences relating to heavy-duty diesel emission control strategies, engine and after-treatment systems, and integration

94% say they are likely to attend a future event
84% of previous attendees had 11+ years of industry experience
76% make or influence purchasing decision

What Will You Find at the Symposium

Engineers will be able to:

  • Engage in conversations with peers and OEMs to exchange ideas
  • Communicate directly with reps from various global regulatory entities
  • Keep pace with regulatory happenings and positions
  • Learn about the latest solutions from suppliers across the industry

Decision-makers will be able to:

  • Benefit from an open forum with regulators representing China, CARB, EPA and the European Commission
  • Learn about the impact of regulations on systems development and the economics of the vehicle
  • Find suppliers’ latest solutions to current challenges
  • Discover emerging technologies and learn how powertrain and after-treatment systems developers are applying them

Suppliers will be able to:

  • Interact with experts from the global heavy-duty diesel powertrain industry who
    know the science of treating pollutants emitted during engine combustion
  • Better understand downstream requirements, product strategies and technical
    challenges being offered by OEMs and regulatory agencies
  • Gain knowledge that will be key for positioning current products and services and
    for developing the next generation of products and services that meet future OEM

Regulators will be able to:

  • Hear feedback on regulation considerations and developments
  • Gather insights into the challenges of the industry so that regulations won’t hinder current and future vehicle development and operation