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May 13, 2019
May 2, 2019
Jinal Shah, regional director of South Asia operations for Power Systems Research (PSR) will moderate a panel discussion on India emission standards May 10 at the Messe Frankfurt's NGV (Natural Gas Vehicles) India Summit in New Delhi.
The two-day summit, beginning today, is one of the leading conferences dealing with natural gas vehicles, according to the conference management.
Shah will moderate a session dealing with the change in India's emission standards, as the country moves from the BS IV emission standard to the BS VI emission >Read more
Apr 27, 2019
Management Transition at Global Research Company
EAGAN, MN—April 19, 2019—Joe Zirnhelt has been named president and CEO at Power Systems Research (PSR), a global research company. He replaces Dennis Huibregtse, who has retired from day-to-day management responsibilities but will remain as a Director of the company. The change is effective immediately.
PSR has been tracking the worldwide production of engines and engine-powered equipment for more than 40 years. Since 1976, Power Systems Research has been providing hard-to-find data, forecasts and intelligence on >Read more
Apr 27, 2019
Team Will Produce Industry Research Reports
EAGAN, MN. (April 22, 2019)--Two leading global research firms have formed a marketing partnership to produce unique high-quality industry equipment reports. Together, Power Systems Research (PSR) and IHS Markit are developing a portfolio of industry-leading equipment reports by industry segment down at the country level.
IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO) is a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions for the major industries and markets that drive economies worldwide. IHS >Read more
Jan 30, 2019
Boot, the international pleasure marine show, turned 50 this year and it celebrated the event in great style in Dusseldorf, Germany. Almost 2000 exhibitors are filling 16 halls, with more than 1500 boats on stage. Boot has never been so big, and the organizers expect to set records for participation.
All this enthusiasm is a direct consequence of the good state of the yachting industry and the positive results of 2018. Most of the boat builders had strong results, increasing revenues and deliveries.
The trend is set to continue in 2019, with expectations to match or >Read more