Published on October 15th 2018.
Lubricant formulators and marketers have until 1 December 2018 to ensure any engine lubricants on the market making current ACEA (European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association) performance claims comply with the ACEA European Oil Sequences 2016.
Published on December 4th 2017.
A new registration system for signatories to the European Engine Lubricants Quality Management System (EELQMS) has got off to a strong start. Nearly 200 lubricant companies have already registered Letters of Conformance (LoC) with the new administrators of the system.
Published on August 4th 2017.
Under the European Engine Lubricant Quality Management System (EELQMS), lubricant marketers making claims against the ACEA Oil Sequences are required by ACEA to submit a Letter of Conformance (LoC) to ATIEL.
Submission of this letter implies a commitment to develop and manufacture engine lubricants in accordance with the guidelines described in the EELQMS. The LoC is generally valid for a two-year period and current letters expire on 31 October 2017. You will therefore need to renew your registration before then.