Volvo Car Corporation AB
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Companies & groups
Assar Gabrielssons väg, ,VAK
Mr Håkan Samuelsson
President and Chief Executive Officer
Mr Thomas Fleischer
Director European Affairs
The Volvo Cars European Affairs Office in Brussels focus is to monitor EU policies and legislation relevant to Volvo Car Corporation activities.
Cooperate with EU institutions by supporting with technical expertise.
Represent Volvo Car Corporation in European associations and to other stakeholders in Brussels.
Trade issues - TTIP, EU-Mercosur, EU-India,
CO2 emissions beyond 2020/21
ITS - Connectivity and Data Protection
RDE - Real Driving Emissions
WLTP - World Light Duty Test Procedure
Review of the GSR regulation
Review of the Type-Approval regulation 2007/46EC
Environmental policies, traffic safety policies, technical standards, R&D programs and activities
Persons accredited for access to the European Parliament:
- Thomas Fleischer, 6 Jan 2015 - 6 Jan 2016
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Volvo Car Corporation is a member of ACEA, EUCAR, FEBIAC and other industry related associations such as Confederation of Swedish Enterprises, AGORIA and Sällskapet för politik och Näringsliv (SPN).
01/2014 - 12/2014
300,000 € - 399,999 €
EUREKA (ITEA) via Vinnova and COM (CNECT)
The declared costs are the budget allocated to activities falling under the scope of the Transparency Register and includes the Volvo Cars part of ACEA membership that refers to its expenses for interest representation under the Transparency Register.
The title of the 2 grants above: 1) CREATE ITEA2 = 573120 SEK and 2) GRANT AGREEMENT No 610428 Automated Driving Applications and Technologies for Intelligent Vehicles AdaptIVe = 837451 SEK
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.