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DUBLIN, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rrzpnk/the_future_of) has announced the addition of the "The Future of Diesel Engines - Five Year Forecast Report - Annual Subscription" subscription to their offering.

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The Future of Diesel Engines: Five Year Forecast book is a comprehensive review of NAFTA produced diesel engine production trends over the last five years and for the next five years by application.

The report is published four times per year or quarterly. This annual subscription allows you to get 4 issues at a discounted price. Each report is also sold separately, please see link below for more information.

PUBLICATION OVERVIEW

5 Year Unit Volume History & 5 Year Forecast by Application

Key Economic Indicators

Major Overall Market Trends (Captive Engines, Emissions Regulations, Alternative Power)

Detailed Applications Analysis - History and Forecast with Eight Major Applications:

- On-Highway: Diesels used to propel trucks, buses & coaches
-- Light Duty
-- Medium Duty
-- Heavy Duty

- Off-Highway: Diesels used to propel off-road equipment
- Industrial: Diesels used to power stationary off-road equipment
- Gen Set: Diesels used to produce electric power for all industries
- Marine: Diesels used to propel boats/ships
- Agriculture: Diesels used to propel tractors, combines and harvesters
- Automotive: Diesels used to propel cars and car based SUV's, etc.

Each diesel engine application is defined in the body of the report with a detailed analysis by history, trends, indicators, horsepower range, major players and forecast plus summary tables by application and engine manufacturer for each of the ten years.

More Than 50 Descriptive Charts and Graphs Providing Data that's Easy to Read and Usable

A brief profile of the major diesel engine manufacturers based on business relationships and insights.

A chronology of news items related to each diesel engine manufacturer over the last year.

The intent of this report is to present understandable, logical and accurate diesel engine production forecasts. The diesel engine industry and diesel manufacturers are not like other industries, i.e. automobiles. The information on future programs is well guarded and manufacturers like to announce new and updated programs at the last minute keeping competitors off balance. As we continue our journey through the emissions regulations era, secrecy and security have become more intense. As a result, to forecast accurately, sources must be fine-tuned by market trends and intuition.

This forecast book is the most informative primer and source for published and inside information on NAFTA diesel engine markets in the industry. The Future of Diesel Engines has become a must read for presidents to market analysts at companies involved in all areas of the vehicle, equipment, engine, powertrain, component and financial businesses.

Key Topics Covered:

SAMPLE TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. Introduction

II. Economic/Market Indicators

III. Overall Market Trends

IV. Diesel Engine Production & Forecast
A. On-Highway (Light, Medium & Heavy)
B. Off-Highway
C. Industrial
D. Gen Set
E. Marine
F. Agriculture
G. Automotive

V. Summary Tables
A. Total Market
B. By Horsepower Range
C. By Manufacturer/Market

VI. Engine Manufacturer Insights
A. Caterpillar
B. Cummins
C. Deere
D. Detroit Diesel/MTU
E. Duramax/Isuzu
F. Ford
G. International
H. Paccar
I. Volvo

VII. Recent Diesel News Items

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rrzpnk/the_future_of

Media Contact: Laura Wood, +353-1-481-1716, press@researchandmarkets.net

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