TORONTO, Ont. — Do you have questions about the 2007 engines and how they will effect your fleet operations? If so, the Toronto Trucking Association’s (TTA) engine emissions standards luncheon on Jan. 11 will be of interest.
The event will be the TTA’s first event of 2006. The information session will educate attendees about the implications of the 2007 EPA emissions standards. Representatives from Cummins, Detroit Diesel, International, Toromont CAT and Volvo will answer some important questions.
Questions that will be posed to the panelists will include: What do you see as the impact on the product you represent? What are the major changes to your engine as we know it today? What are the overall changes and will they impact longevity, reliability or price? What, if any changes will occur to your warranty program? Do you anticipate any other EPA changes and if so, when?
The information session is being held at the Weston Golf and Country Club in Toronto. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. with lunch at noon and presentations beginning at 12:45 p.m. A question and answer period will follow. For more information, contact the TTA at 416-248-6211.
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