The proposed European Emissions Stage 5 regulation will impact the equipment manufacturing industry globally. AEM is committed to providing members with education and insights to help them understand the proposed regulation and prepare them to manage compliance if and when the regulation is passed.

Please join the newly formed AEM Engine Emissions Task Force for an educational webinar:

Thursday, September 3 at 10 a.m. CDT (Chicago)

Click here to register.

The webinar will address the following:

Introduction - Leif Magnusson, Chair of the AEM Board-level Engine Emissions Task Force and president, CLAAS global sales, Americas, will discuss the task force and its mission to:

  • Provide guidance on emissions education to the AEM Board and members
  • Make policy and position recommendations to the AEM Board on future emissions proposals
  • Identify and coordinate research for AEM’s Technical Engine Emissions Committee as needed
  • Serve as a liaison to government organizations, industry groups and international organizations with an interest in engine emissions

EU Stage 5 Summary - Sigrid de Vries, secretary general, Committee for European Construction Equipment (CECE), will discuss:

  • Changes EU Stage 5 compliance requires compared to the harmonized EU stage 4 / US Tier 4 regulations
  • Current status of EU Stage 5 in the regulator process
  • Specific challenges to OEMs that the proposed EU Stage 5 as drafted represents

Global Emissions Landscape - CE Sector Board Member Michael Osenga, president and publisher of Diesel & Gas Turbine Publications, will discuss:

  • The “Global Emissions Landscape”
  • Existing resources to assist OEMs
  • Resources available as reference

To participate in the WebEx, please select the following link to register. You will receive a confirmation email that includes a calendar invite and the login details.

For more information, please contact either Nick Yaksich in AEM's Washington, D.C., office (, tel: 202-898-9064) or Mike Pankonin at AEM's Milwaukee headquarters (, tel: 414-298-4128).