Association des constructeurs européens de motocycles (ACEM)
Motorcycle Industry in Europe
Founded on merger of a previous association 'ACEM', originally set up 1990, with U-XE2962 - Comité de liaison des constructeurs de motocycles de la Communauté européenne (COLIMO), set up 1962. A grouping of the type F-XE0630 - European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG).
Develop and support the common interests of motorcycle manufacturers in European Union and other European countries; monitor, study, analyse and inform members and the general public on environmental, economic, safety, technical, transport, legal, fiscal and other issues of common interest; inform members about trends and developments; develop, coordinate and implement joint positions; support European Community authorities in dealing with matters of common interest; maintain contacts and present homogenous positions in dealing with other European and international bodies; support free and fair competition.
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General Assembly; Executive Committee; Coordinating Committee; Secretariat in Brussels (Belgium). Committees (5) responding to Coordinating Committee: Legal; Safety; Environment; Market Transport Policy; E-Vehicles.
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