CEC reorganization

01 Oct 2001

The Coordinating European Council (CEC) is the inter-industry body in charge of developing standardized European performance tests for fuels and lubricants. A detailed review of CEC operations, carried out in response to industries’ demands for a more efficient mechanism for European test developments, has resulted in a change of the structure of CEC from management by national industry bodies to management through European associations. Consequently, ACEA, ATIEL, ATC1 and CONCAWE formed the Management Board of the new CEC in July 2001.