Non-technical EC regulations are also on the agenda, which obviously affect the motorcycle industry. The meeting, one of a regular round of update meetings organised by ACEM at its headquarters in Brussels, will be chaired by the MCI’s public affairs representative - Craig Carey-Clinch, who commented: “Taking part on the European stage is vital. Many of our members operate in a global market and need to be kept up to date with likely legislative changes, as well as understanding the direction transport policy is taking.” You can read more about ACEM’s activities here.
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Motorcycle Trade Associations from across Europe and motorcycle manufacturers will be meeting tomorrow (26th September) to discuss initiatives to gain recognition of motorcycling in European transport policy.