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Clean Diesel – The Future in Truck Transportation Robert M. Clarke, President Truck Manufacturers Association: 

Clean Diesel – The Future in Truck Transportation Robert M. Clarke, President Truck Manufacturers Association University of Minnesota 10th Annual Freight and Logistics Symposium Four Points Sheraton, Minneapolis December 1, 2006

TMA Members are the Major NA Class 6-8 Truck Manufacturers: 

TMA Members are the Major NA Class 6-8 Truck Manufacturers Ford Freightliner GMC International Isuzu PACCAR Volvo

U.S. Retail Sales (Annual Average, 2003-05): 

U.S. Retail Sales (Annual Average, 2003-05)

In-use Truck Population, Excluding Pickups, Vans, other Light Vans and SUVs (US Census, VIUS 02) : 

In-use Truck Population, Excluding Pickups, Vans, other Light Vans and SUVs (US Census, VIUS 02) Single—Unit Trucks – 4,098,600 Truck Tractors – 1,421,900 Class 1-2 – 807,400 Classes 3-5 -- 1,240,700 Class 6 – 885,100 Classes 7-8 – 2,587,300 Over 677,000 Motor Carriers (2004) – 75% Operate 6 or fewer Vehicles

Line Haul: 

Line Haul

Regional Haul: 

Regional Haul

Local/Distribution: 

Local/Distribution

Construction: 

Construction

Refuse: 

Refuse

Severe/Specialized Service: 

Severe/Specialized Service

NOx and Particulate Matter Improvements: 

NOx and Particulate Matter Improvements

Clean Diesel Technology: 

Clean Diesel Technology

Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) Fuel: 

Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) Fuel October 15, 2006: clean diesel fuel is here.   The new fuel - which represents a 97% reduction in sulfur content from previous diesel fuel - is now available at fueling stations nationwide.  The new fuel contains 15 parts per million of sulfur, down from the standard of 500 parts per million thanks to changes in the refining process Existing diesel engines burning the cleaner fuel will reduce particulate matter emissions by 10 percent

2007 Exhaust Aftertreatment: 

2007 Exhaust Aftertreatment

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