Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) works to create and sustain an
environment conducive to the growth of industry in India, partnering industry
and government alike through advisory and consultative processes.
CII is a non-government, not-for-profit, industry led and industry managed
organisation, playing a proactive role in India's development process. Founded
over 113 years ago, it is India's premier business association, with a direct
membership of over 7500 organisations from the private as well as public
sectors, including SMEs and MNCs, and an indirect membership of over 83,000
companies from around 380 national and regional sectoral associations.
CII catalyses change by working closely with government on policy issues,
enhancing efficiency, competitiveness and expanding business opportunities for
industry through a range of specialised services and global linkages. It also
provides a platform for sectoral consensus building and networking. Major
emphasis is laid on projecting a positive image of business, assisting industry
to identify and execute corporate citizenship programmes. Partnerships with over
120 NGOs across the country carry forward our initiatives in integrated and
inclusive development, which include health, education, livelihood, diversity
management, skill development and water, to name a few.
Complementing this vision, CII's theme "India@75: The Emerging Agenda", reflects
its aspirational role to facilitate the acceleration in India's transformation
into an economically vital, technologically innovative, socially and ethically
vibrant global leader by year 2022.
With 64 offices in India, 8 overseas in Australia, Austria, China, France,
Japan, Singapore, UK, USA and institutional partnerships with 271 counterpart
organisations in 100 countries, CII serves as a reference point for Indian
industry and the international business community.
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
The Mantosh Sondhi Centre
23, Institutional Area, Lodi Road
New Delhi - 110 003 (INDIA)
Phone : +91-11- 24629994-7
Fax : +91-11-24626149 / 24633168
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Web : http://www.cii.in
4th Floor, PHD House
Opp. Asian Games Village
New Delhi 110 016, India
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Set up in 1982 for purposes of scientific, educational and IT Industry
promotion, MAIT has emerged as an effective, influential and dynamic
organisation. Representing Hardware, Training, R&D & Hardware Design and other
associated service segments of the Indian IT Industry, MAIT’s charter is to
develop a global competitive Indian IT Industry, promote the usage of IT in
India, strengthen the role of IT in national economic development, promote
business through international alliances, promote quality consciousness in the
IT Industry and transform the Indian IT Industry into a World Scale Industry
leading to a World Class Usage and thus a World Size Market.
MAIT is represented on all concerned Government of India fora and works in close
association with the Industry Chambers and all IT/Electronics Associations in
India and overseas for the advancement of the IT Industry in India.
MAIT also recognises the importance of Information Technology Industry growing
with sound business relations with the rest of the world. In this direction,
MAIT from time to time exchanges delegations and structured information with
overseas counterpart organisations – industry data, published reports and
newsletters – and encourages cross attending of annual events as a part of its
effort to promote international understanding.
Mr. Dilip Chenoy - Director General
Mr. K K Gandhi - Executive Director (Technical)
Mr. Sugato Sen - Senior Director
Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers
Core 4-B, 5th Floor, India Habitat Centre
Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110 003
Phone: 91 – 11 – 24647810 -12
SIAM is an important channel of communication for the Automobile Industry with
the Government, National and International organisations. The Society works
closely withy all the concerned stake holders and actively participates in
formulation of rules, regulations and policies related to the Automobile
SIAM provides a window to the Indian Automobile industry and aims to enhance
exchanges and communication, expand economics, trade and technical cooperation
between the Automotive Industry and its international counterparts.
With its regular and continuous interaction with international bodies and
organizations it aims to facilitate up gradation of technical capabilities of
the Indian Industry to match the best practice worldwide.
SIAM also interacts with worldwide experts to assess the global trends and
developments shaping the Automotive Industry. It has been actively pursuing
issues like Frontier Technologies viz. Telematics: Promotion of Alternative
Fuels including Hydrogen Energy for automotive use through cell vehicles and
Harmonisation of Safety and Emission Standards etc.
Survey No. 102, Vetal Hill, Off Paud Road,
Kothrud, Pune - 411 038
P.B. No. 832, Pune - 411 004
Tel. No. +91-020-30231111
Fax No. : +91-020-25434190
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ARAI has been providing various services to the Indian Automotive Industry in
the areas of design & development and know-how for manufacture & testing of
components / system to national/ international standards.
ARAI shall strive to achieve international recognition in these areas.
ARAI shall seek the valuable guidance and support from Association members, from
time to time to achieve growth and stability.
With the globalisation of economy and business, ARAI shall enlarge its scope of
services to meet the requirements of automotive industries anywhere in the
ARAI strongly believes that,
satisfaction of the customer needs on continuing basis, is of prime importance
to earn the loyalty of the customers.
Automotive Testing and R&D Infrastructure Project (NATRiP)
Core 3, 5th Floor
7, Institutional Area, Lodi Road
New Delhi - 110003
Tel : + 91-11-24368222
Fax : +91-11-24369333
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National Automotive Testing and R&D Infrastructure Project (NATRiP), the largest
and one of the most significant initiatives in Automotive sector so far,
represents a unique joining of hands between the Government of India, a number
of State Governments and Indian Automotive Industry to create a state of the art
Testing, Validation and R&D infrastructure in the country.
The Project aims at creating core global competencies in Automotive sector in
India and facilitate seamless integration of Indian Automotive industry with the
world as also to position the country prominently on the global automotive map
Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises,
Department of Heavy Industry
Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi - 110 001, INDIA
Department of Heavy Industry administers 48 Central Public Sector Enterprises
and assists them in
their effort to :
- Improve capacity utilisation & increase profitability
- Generate resources and Re-orient strategies to become more competitive.
Department serves as an interface between PSEs and other agencies for long term
Department encourages restructuring of PSEs to make their operations competitive
and viable on a long term and sustainable basis.
of Road Transport
Contact Person : Shri Anand Prakash
Designation : Director (RT & IT)
Address : Room No 531
Telephone No. 23719097
An apex organisation under the
Central Government, is entrusted with the task of formulating and administering,
in consultation with other Central Ministries/Departments, State Governments/UT
Administrations, organisations and individuals, policies for Road Transport,
National Highways and Transport Research with a view to increasing the mobility
and efficiency of the road transport system in the country.
AUTOMOTIVE TYRE MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION
PHD House (4th Floor), Opp. Asian Games Village
Siri Fort Institutional Area, New Delhi-110016
Tel.: 91-11-2685 1187 / 2656 4291
Telefax: 91-11-2686 4799
Automotive Tyre Manufacturers’
Association (ATMA) was set up in 1975, registered under The Companies Act, as
the representative body of automotive tyre industry in India. 8 large tyre
companies representing over 90% of production of tyres in the country are
members of the Association.
The Association with the guidance of the Managing Committee functions through
various committees set up, consisting of different disciplines, such as,
Marketing, Export, Purchase (Raw Material), Taxation, Technical etc. Day to day
functioning of the Association is managed by the Secretariat of the Association
headed by the Director General.
The primary function of the Association is to be a conduit between Government
Departments and the tyre companies in having two way communication. The
Association projects the views of the industry on various subjects to respective
Government departments. Conversely, the expectations of the Government from tyre
industry are conveyed to tyre companies. Further, the Association briefs its
members of the changes in Government Policy on issues related to Indian economy
and industry in general and tyre industry in particular. Frequent meetings are
held with the Government to sort out problems being faced by the industry.
The Association also has an extensive information bank on the tyre industry
which is available for tapping not only for Government but those who are
interested in tyre industry related developments.
The Association regularly publishes data on production and export of various
categories of tyres. Besides, the Association prepares Status notes on various
subjects which are of relevance to tyre industry, such as, Tyre Retreading
Industry, Regional Trade Agreements & Rules of Origin, Anti Dumping, etc.
Indian Tyre Technical Advisory Commetee (ITTAC)
ITTAC was established in 1966, by ATMA, Indian Tyre Technical Advisory Commetee
(ITTAC) is an associated body consisting mainly of technical representatives of
ATMA member companies and other tyre companies. ITTAC is essentialy a technical
Standardization body for the tyre industry
The Association of International Automobile Manufacturers
Represents international automakers designing, producing, marketing and
selling products in the United States. Includes membership information, news,
VIN books in PDF format, and contact details.
International Automobile Dealers (AIADA)
They protect the economic viability and represent the political interests of
America's international nameplate automobile dealerships by educating lawmakers
and the public about the benefit the members have on the economy.
Suppliers Benchmarking Association
Provides benchmarking data to member automotive suppliers.
Retail Motor Industry Federation
Representing the interests of businesses in the automotive
industry in the UK.
of International Automobile Manufacturers of Canada
The Association of International Automobile Manufacturers of Canada (AIAMC)
evolved from a sub-committee within the Canadian Importers Association in 1979,
to become an independently incorporated, not-for-profit association in 1999. The
AIAMC represents before federal, provincial and territorial governments the
interests of members engaged in the manufacturing, importation, distribution and
servicing of light duty vehicles. While the Association was initially dedicated
to the interests of importers, it has broadened its focus as offshore-based
companies have set up vehicle manufacturing plants in Canada. The AIAMC members
produced 30% of all light duty vehicles built in Canada in 2007 and member
companies have 45% of the overall sales market.
Industries Association of Canada
Automotive Industries Association of Canada is a national trade association in
Canada which represents the automotive aftermarket industry. The aftermarket
industry is composed of companies which manufacture, distribute, wholesale, and
retail automotive replacement parts, accessories, tools, and service and repair
Parts Manufacturers' Association
Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association is the national association
representing OEM producers of parts, equipment, tools, supplies and services for
the worldwide automotive industry. The Association was founded in 1952 and has
400 members which account for ninety percent of independent parts production in
Association of Petroleum Producers
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers represents the upstream
producing sector of the petroleum industry. Member companies find, develop and
produce more than 95 per cent of Canada's natural gas and crude oil. Those
companies range in size from start-up operations to major integrated companies.
Associate members provide a broad range of services to the upstream sector of
Canada's petroleum industry.
Automobile Dealers Association
Canadian Automobile Dealers Association (CADA) represents franchised new
automobile dealerships (both domestic and import) employing over 100,000
individuals across Canada. As small business members of virtually every
community in Canada, the 3,000 CADA member dealers represent a key sector of the
The Canadian Gas Association is the national trade organization for Canada's
multi-billion-dollar natural gas industry. Its 270 members span the industry
spectrum and include Canada's major natural gas transmission companies, gas
distributors, energy service providers, and manufacturers of gas appliances and
equipment. The Canadian Gas Association is dedicated to the shaping of national
and regional policy that will benefit the industry to deliver safe, reliable and
environmentally preferred natural gas know-how and technology to more than four
million Canadian customers and to major markets in the United States and abroad.
Manufacturers and Exporters
Current vision is to continuously improve the competitiveness of Canadian
industry and to expand export business. This mission is to achieved by:
aggressive, effective advocacy to government at all levels
delivering timely, relevant information, programs and support of superior
quality and value
providing opportunities for education, learning and professional growth
promoting the development and implementation of advanced technology
Canadian Plastics Industry Association
Canadian Plastics Industry Association is a new organization that builds on
the strengths of the Society of Plastics Industry, the Canadian Plastics
Institute and the Environment and Plastics Institute of Canada, as well as a
number of regional organizations.
Transportation Equipment Association
The Canadian Transportation Equipment Association serves its members, the
commercial vehicle manufacturers, their dealers, distributors, component
manufacturers and service providers in the Canadian marketplace. Acting as a
spokesperson and liason between the industry and government ministries, it
promotes public awareness of the industry sector and its importance to the
economy as well as maintaining a complete industry data base and providing a
forum for networking within the Industry.
Vehicle Manufacturers Association
The Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers Association (CVMA) serves as an effective
bridge between member companies and governments federally and provincially on
issues that affect the automotive industry in Canada. The CVMA facilitates the
development of a consensual, industry position on a variety of issues common to
all member companies.
Automobile Manufacturers Association of Canada
Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association of Canada was established as a
non-profit trade association in 1984 in order to promote greater understanding
between Canada and Japan on economic and trade matters pertaining to the
American Automobile Trade Association
North American Automobile Trade Association is an association of independent
motor vehicle brokers who import and export vehicles to markets around the
Gas Association of Canada
The Propane Gas Association of Canada is a national not-for-profit association
for the Canadian propane industry dedicated to maximising the economic and
environmental benefits of propane to Canadians, and promoting a safe and
friendly product for all users from industrial to recreational.
Association of Canada
The Association represent major rubber manufacturers and rubber goods importers
together with suppliers whose goods and services relate directly to the
Equipment and Special Vehicles Manufacturers Association
Founded in 2000, the Association des manufacturiers d'equipments de transport et
de vehicules speciaux (AMETVS), groups original equipment manufactures (OEM's),
sub-contractors, distribution companies, and development organizations together
with the goal of improving competitiveness. AMETVS is a non-profit organization
working in close collaboration with Economic Development Canada for Quebec's
regions. Currently AMETVS has over 260 members.
Car Dealers Association of Ontario
The Used Car Dealers Association of Ontario, with a membership of over 3 000
motor vehicle dealers, represents the interests of the used vehicle industry
with consumers, the media and government. It provides educational programmes for
the industry and a free transactional mediation process for consumers.
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers
US professional organisation with 120,000 members focused on technical,
educational and research issues.
- Fédération Internationale d'Associations Nationales d'Ingénieurs
Federation of professional engineers that unites the national engineering
associations from 26 European countries.
- International Automotive Technicians' Network
International association that promotes the continued growth of the professional
automotive technician by providing a forum for the exchange of knowledge and the
promotion of education and integrity.
- Society of Manufacturing Engineers
International association for the manufacturing and engineering professionals
focused on the advance of manufacturing knowledge.
AAM - Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
Represents car and light truck manufacturers in the US.
ACAP - Associacao do Comercio Automovel de Portugal (Portugal)
Represents all vehicle manufacturers who work in the Portuguese Market.
ACEA - Association des Constructeurs Europièns d'Automobiles
Represents 13 major European car, truck and bus manufacturers in the EU.
ADEFA - Asociacion de Fabricas de Automotores (Argentina)
Represents all major automotive manufacturers in Argentina.
AGORIA - Automotive
Represents the Belgian Automotive industry, which includes the manufacturers of
cars, buses and trucks as well as the automotive suppliers.
AHAI - Association of the Hungarian Automotive Industry
Represents Hungarian automotive factories and multi-national firms settled down
in the country.
AIA-SAP - Automotive Industry Association (Czech Republic)
Industrial grouping of manufacturing and commercial companies which make up the
Czech automotive and allied industries.
AIAG - Automobile Industry Action Group
International non-profit organisation of OEM's and suppliers.
AIAM - Association of International Automotive Manufacturers
Represents automobile companies that import or manufacture motor vehicles in the
AMVIR - Association of Motor Vehicle Importers
Represents companies that import and distribute new passenger cars, light
commercial vehicles, vans, lorries, buses and motorcycles on an exclusive basis
ANFAC - Asociación Española de Fabricantes de Automóviles y Camiones (Spain)
Spanish Association of Vehicle Manufacturers.
ANFAVEA - Associaçao Nacional dos Fabricantes de Veículos
Association of Vehicle Manufacturers of Brazil.
ANFIA - Associazione Nazionale fra Industrie Automobilistiche (Italy)
Italian Association of Automotive Industries.
API - American Petroleum Institute
Trade association representing the U.S. petroleum industry.
APPEA - Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration
Representative of the oil and gas exploration and production industry in
ARA - Automotive Recyclers Association
International trade association which represents the industry dedicated to the
efficient removal and reuse of automotive parts and the safe disposal of
inoperable motor vehicles.
Australian Electric Vehicle Association
Non-profit association comprising of individuals and organisations interested in
the development, manufacture, sale or use of electric vehicles and their
BIL - Bilindustrieföreningen (Sweden)
Represents manufacturers and importers of cars, trucks and buses in Sweden.
CAPP - Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
Represents companies who explore, develop and produce natural gas, crude oil,
oil sands and elemental sulphur in Canada.
CCFA - Comitè des Constructeurs Français d'Automobiles (France)
French Association of Vehicle Manufacturers.
CLEPA- European Association of Automotive Suppliers
European umbrella membership organisation for the global Automotive Supply
CVMA - Canadian Vehicle Manufacturer's Association (Canada)
Industry association representing Canada's manufacturers of light and heavy duty
DBI - De Danske Bilimportorer (Denmark)
Industry association of car importers in Denmark.
EGARA - European Group of Automotive Recycling
Umbrella organisation for the national associations of automotive recyclers in
International professional body for the energy industries.
EOFA - The European Fuel Oxygenates Association
Association dedicated to the responsible usage and the promotion of chemical
ether fuel oxygenates as components of gasoline.
EUROMOTOR - European Motor Industry Training Network
Network and partnership of European car manufacturers, suppliers and
universities created to improve the knowledge base of the European motor
industry through technical collaborative training.
EVAA - Electric Vehicle Association of the Americas
Industry association dedicated to advancing electric drive as a core technology
on the road to sustainable mobility.
FEBIAC - Federation Belge de le Industrie de le Automobile et du Cycle (Belgium)
Represents the interests of Belgium-based manufacturers, importers and suppliers
in all areas of road transport - cars, commercial vehicles, motorized
two-wheelers and bicycles.
FFO - Fachverband der Fahrzeugindustrie Österreichs
The Association of the Austrian Vehicle Industry is a corporation under public
law and represents by law the interests of the holders of a trading licence of
the vehicle industry.
IANGV - International Association of Natural Gas Vehicles
International association that provides a focus for exchange and provision of
information, and a medium for action on NGV issues.
IBP - Brazilian Petroleum Institute
Private, non-profit organisation that promotes the development of the Brazilian
IPA - Indonesian Petroleum Association
Industry association that represents energy companies in Indonesia.
JAMA - Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Association
Non-profit trade association for Japanese car, truck, bus and motorcycle
KAMA - Korea Automobile Manufacturers Association (Korea)
Non-profit organization, representing the interests of automakers in Korea.
LP Gas Association
Non-profit making association that represents the major LP gas companies in the
OICA - Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles
International Association of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers.
OSD - Automotive Manufacturers Association (Turkey)
Trade association that represents the Turkish automotive industry in the
RAI - Nederlandse Vereniging de Rijwiel-En-Automobiel
RMA - Rubber Manufacturers Association
US Trade association for the rubber products industry. It represents over 100
companies that manufacture various rubber products.
SAPIA - South African Petroleum Industry Association
Represents the petroleum industry in South Africa.
Scandinavian Automotive Suppliers
National non-profit association of automotive suppliers
SIAM - Association of Indian Automobile Manufacturers
Represents vehicle and vehicular engine manufacturers in India.
SMMT - Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders
UK trade association for the motor industry.
SPE - Society of Petroleum Engineers
International trade association whose members worldwide are engaged in energy
resources development and production.
TIA - Tire Industry Association (International)
Trade association that represents all segments of the tire industry, including
those that manufacture, repair, recycle, sell or service tires.
VDA - German Association of the Automotive Industry
Association between manufacturers and suppliers of automobiles, trailers, body
superstructures and containers.
World Petroleum Council
International association dedicated to the application of scientific advances in
the oil and gas industries.
Policy Council (ATPC)
Manufacturers Association (ACEA)
Japan Automobile Import
Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers
Manufacturers Association (AMIA)
Thailand Auto Institute
Society of Indian
Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM)
Argentine Association of
Automobile Manufacturers (AAAM)
of Automobile Manufacturers (ANFVEA)
Association of International
Automobile Manufacturers (AIAM)
National Automobile Dealers
Motor & Equipment
Manufacturers Association (MEMA)
International Organization of
Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA)
Society of Automotive
Society of Automotive
United Automobile Workers
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