Strategic Analysis of the European Market for Variable Valvetrain Technologies

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Priyank Aggarwal, Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst
The study “Strategic Analysis of the European Market for Variable Valvetrain Technologies" will cover the market for valvetrain systems for gasoline and diesel vehicles in Europe. It sheds light on the new valvetrain technologies that bring significant gains when accompanied with downsizing and other emission-reduction techniques. This briefing will highlight trends in the market while projecting the future outlook and the opportunities for different participants from development to production.

Why You Should Attend:
· Learn about the growth of the variable valvetrain market
· Understand OEM strategies pertaining to gasoline downsizing and diesel valvetrain
· Identify opportunities in the valvetrain market
Jun 28 2012
21 mins
Strategic Analysis of the European Market for Variable Valvetrain Technologies
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