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ArvinMeritor’s Yost to Discuss Heavy Duty Supplier Industry Trends at Heavy Duty Dialogue

Larry Yost, chairman and CEO of ArvinMeritor will discuss the challenges facing the heavy duty supplier industry at Heavy Duty Dialogue 2004, slated for Feb. 9 and 10. The event will take place at the Atlanta Airport Hilton and Towers, Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport, Atlanta, Ga. This is 13th in the biennial series presented by the Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association (HDMA).

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — Larry Yost, chairman and CEO of ArvinMeritor will discuss the challenges facing the heavy duty supplier industry at Heavy Duty Dialogue 2004, slated for Feb. 9 and 10. The event will take place at the Atlanta Airport Hilton and Towers, Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport, Atlanta, Ga. This is 13th in the biennial series presented by the Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association (HDMA).

Yost is the scheduled dinner speaker on Feb. 9. The program runs from noon on Monday until 1 p.m. Feb. 10.

Other featured speakers include:
Larry Chimerine, president of Radnor International Consulting
Anthony Lupo, attorney, Arent Fox
Stu MacKay, president, MacKay & Co.
Chip McClure, president, Federal-Mogul

The program also includes two panel discussions:

The Impact of 2007 Emissions Regulations, moderated by Steve Sturgess, senior editor, Heavy Duty Trucking, with panelists: Jim McReynolds, general manager, on-highway engine dept., Caterpillar Inc.; Don Kopinski, senior product manager, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Steve Duley, vice president of purchasing, Schneider National; Julian Imes, director of technology, exhaust and emission control, Donaldson Co.; and Buster Brown, quality assurance leader, Colonial Pipeline Co.

Standardization of the North American Truck, moderated by Jim Winsor, executive editor, Heavy Duty Trucking, Newport Communications, with panelists: Paul Vikner, president, Mack Trucks; Jim Morrow, president, Detroit Diesel; and Tom Gosnell, president, ArvinMeritor Commercial Vehicle Systems.

HD Dialogue 2004 registration fees are $575 for HDMA member companies’ first registrant and $500 for each additional representative. Registration for individuals whose firms or organizations are not HDMA members is $700 for the first registrant and $625 for each additional representative.

For registration forms and more details, contact Ro Olson at HDMA [email protected].

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