Travel and booking information

What, when and where?

The Diesel Progress Summit comprises a one-day conference and awards dinner at the Omni Louisville Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, on September 30, the day before the ICUEE show.

The conference will provide component suppliers, off-highway OEMs and equipment fleet owners with the latest information on engines and powertrains, including diesel engines, hybrids technology and electrification.

The conference will start at 10:00, with the registration desk open at 09:00. There will be an evening reception between 18:00 and 19:00, followed by the awards dinner from 19:15 to 21:30.

The organisers

The Diesel Progress Summit is organised by KHL Group and its magazines Diesel ProgressDiesel Progress International, and New Power Progress. The event is supported by the ICUEE show.

Event booking

To book your place at the conference and awards, visit:

www.dieselprogresssummit.com/register.html

For booking advice and information, contact:

Julia Bossie, KHL Group
Tel: +1 262 754 4180
Tel: +44 (0)1892 786204
julia.bossie@khl.com

or

Niki Pokwinski, KHL Group
Tel: +1 262 754 4139
niki.pokwinski@khl.com

Hotel

The venue for the Diesel Progress Summit is the Omni Louisville Hotel:

Omni Louisville Hotel
400 S 2nd Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
USA
Tel: +1 502 313 6664

Special event rates are available covering the dates September 29 to October 4. Book at:

www.omnihotels.com/hotels/louisville/meetings/khl

Travel 

The Omni Louisville Hotel is located in the heart of Louisville, Kentucky, and only 6.5 miles from both the ICUEE Expo site and Louisville International Airport.

The estimated taxi fare to the hotel from the airport is US$20 (one way). A taxi to the ICUEE show from the hotel will cost around the same.

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