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Appendix A SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE CONTACTS SITE VISITS o Environmental Protection Agency, Ann Arbor, Michigan, December l7, l980. o Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan, February 4, l98l. o General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Michigan, February 4, l98l. MANUFACTURERS' BRIEFINGS A number of manufacturers were contacted by letter and asked to provide written answers to the questionnaire shown in Appendix B. In addition, they were requested to present oral summaries of their submissions to the committee in Chicago on January 8, l98l. These manufacturers were selected by the committee as the ones the committee could learn most from, especially in diesel technology, as the starting point for our study. Each manufacturer gave a separate, con- fidential presentation. The manufacturers were: o Caterpillar Tractor o Cummins Engine Company o General Motors Corporation o International Harvester Company o Mack Truck Company o Mercedes-Benz of North America, Inc. 97
98 VISITS AT SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING MEETING, DETROIT, MICHIGAN FEBRUARY 23-27, l98l o Aldo Fozatti, Flat of North America, Dearborn, Michigan. o Hans List, AVL Company, Graz, Austria. o Godfrey Greeves, Lucas-CAV, Ltd., Acton, London, England. o Franz Pischiner, University of Aachen, Aachen, West Germany. o Klaus Zimmerman, Robert Bosch Company, West Germany. o John J. Mooney, Technical Director, Engelhard Industries Div., Engelhard Minerals and Chemicals Corporation, Edison, New Jersey.