Our Mission

EUROMOT is the European Association of Internal Combustion Engine Manufacturers. It is a non-profitmaking organisation which serves the interests of the internal combustion engine manufacturers supplying the European market. EUROMOT is a centre of excellence and knowledge for the internal combustion engine industry in all matters related to worldwide product regulation, operating at a pre-competitive level. It promotes the central role of the internal combustion engine in modern society, reflects the importance of advanced technologies to sustain economic growth without endangering the global environment and communicates the assets of ICE power to regulators and trade media.

 

Our mission is …

1. To be the authoritative voice of the internal combustion engine industry in regulatory matters so as to be recognised by the key regulatory bodies and achieve a pro-active engagement in the international harmonisation of regulations.

In this context the Association’s primary role is:

  • to implement a working group structure that promotes the discussion and development of EUROMOT policies and positions on regulatory issues reflecting the consensus opinion of its members;
  • to maintain an open and fair dialogue with regulatory bodies in Europe and worldwide;
  • to co-ordinate with Trade Associations from the nonroad, marine and power generation industry sectors in engaging with regulators on engine-related issues.

 

2. To be the trusted source of information for the engine industry, equipment manufacturers, legislators and media with regard to current and future requirements affecting internal combustion engines.

In this context the Association’s primary role is:

  • to collect and disseminate information concerning current and future regulatory requirements;
  • to promote advanced internal combustion engine technologies;
  • to provide reliable facts & figures on the essential role and economic importance of ICE power.

 

3. To offer the internal combustion engine industry a sought-after centre of expertise and forum for discussions.

In this context the Association’s primary role is:

  • to consult members on regulatory developments and indicate their potential significance;
  • to provide a forum for members to raise and discuss issues affecting the industry;
  • to provide a forum for members and their customers in the nonroad sector to raise and discuss cross-industry issues;
  • to co-ordinate pre-competitive cost-sharing technology research projects;
  • to help emerging markets make advance in the reduction of emissions and promote the implementation of internationally harmonised regulations.