DETROIT -- Neil Schilke, general director engineering corporate staffs at General Motors Corp. and 2001 president of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), says that at the upcoming 2002 SAE World Congress & Exposition in Detroit, “diesels are going to be a hot topic at this conference. We’re (the North American market) missing a bet by not being able to use diesels.” The 2002 SAE Congress takes place March 4-7 and will, adds Schilke, feature new technical sessions featuring ...
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