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ACEA Oil Sequences 2021

This document details the 2021 ACEA European Oil Sequences for light-duty engines, replacing the 2016 version.

Semiconductors shortage: ACEA letter to Commissioner Breton

ACEA wrote a letter to Thierry Breton, European Commissioner for the Internal Market, to draw his attention to the seriousness of the problem with the shortage of semiconductors that motor vehicle manufacturers and suppliers in Europe are facing right now.

Daimler Truck AG CEO Daum to lead ACEA Commercial Vehicle Board

Brussels, 21 January 2021 – Daimler Truck AG CEO Martin Daum is the new Chair of the Commercial Vehicle Board of the European Automobile...

2021-2022 overview of ACEA statistical press releases now available

The 2021-2022 calendar for ACEA's monthly statistical press releases has just been published, indicating the exact dates on which the latest data about EU registrations of passenger cars and commercial vehicles will be made available.

Coronavirus / COVID-19

The impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the European automobile industry is unprecedented. The sector has suffered EU-wide production losses amounting to 3.6 million vehicles, worth around €100 billion, during the first half of 2020 alone.

Auto industry raises concerns over SCIP database

The European automotive industry raises concerns over the database of Substances of Concern in Products (SCIP), both with regard to the denomination of substances and the submission process.

Skills Partnership for the Automotive Ecosystem

The EU auto industry is going through a major transformation because of the short-term impact of the COVID crisis, coupled with the long-term shift towards zero-emission and digital mobility. This transition is already significantly impacting the lives of the 14.6 million Europeans currently employed in the automotive value chain. The European automotive ecosystem – from small SMEs to big manufacturers, from suppliers and dealers up to maintenance and repair workshops – is facing disruption.

Charging points: Growth not keeping pace with rising demand for electric vehicles, new data show

Brussels, 28 October 2020 – A new report by the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) shows that despite strong growth, the...

Transport sector calls for an EU framework on the governance of B2B data

Representatives from the road, air, maritime, rail, manufacturing and logistics sectors call on European decision makers to adopt an EU framework on the governance of business-to-business (B2B) data that ensures a level playing field for all partners in the digital economy.

COVID-19: ACEA letter to Commissioner Breton

The shutdown of production and sales imposed by EU member states to fight COVID‐19 has caused a significant build‐up of stocks at automobile manufacturers, importers and dealers. These vehicles meet current emission standards but not the new standards that will enter into force in the coming months.

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