The ATC organisation consists of a main committee, who meet three times a year and determine policy and strategic issues, and working committees.
Fuel Additives Group
FAG is a subcommittee of the ATC dealing with issues relating to fuel quality, transport and the environment impacting the fuel additives business. The committee reviews transport and fuel developments within Europe, assesses current and proposed legislation
Health and Safety Legislation Sub-committee
The Health and Safety Committee (HSL) deals with matters relating to Health, Safety and the Environment, as well as European Legislation issues relating to Petroleum Additives.
Industrial (products) Working Group
Deals with issues relating to industrial lubricant additives business. The committee reviews technical developments within Europe, assesses current and proposed legislation
Performance Testing Sub-committee
PTS is a subcommittee of the ATC dealing with issues relating to lubricant quality, transport and the environment impacting the lubricant additives business. The committee reviews transport and lubricant developments within Europe, assesses current and proposed specifications and legislation
Quality Monitoring Working Group
QMWG's function is to administer the ATC Code of Practice. The code is intended to aid continuous improvement in the development of engine lubricants and the consistency and validity of performance claims made for them.
Representational Steering Group
The representational steering group (RSG) remit is to provide governance of ATC and to manage communications and maintain strategic contact with outside bodies, regulators and other industry group
The TAD group maintains contact in Germany for questions relating to transport, fuel and lubricant developments
For more information about any of our working groups, please complete our contact form, and mention the committee name or acronym in the enquiry.