CIMAC structure

Worldwide

CIMAC is a worldwide non-profit association consisting of National Member Associations, National Member Groups and Corporate Members in 26 countries in America, Asia and Europe. It brings together manufacturers of diesel and gas engines and gas turbines, users such as shipowners, utilities and rail operators and also suppliers, oil companies, classification societies and scientists.

United Kingdom

The UK National Members Association has been very active since the early 2000s. The group already has 30 members; a number expected to grow rapidly over the coming years. All of our members have a wealth of technical and commercial experience. We equally welcome private and corporate members with an interest in the construction and maintenance of large combustion engines.

Working groups

Our members regularly raise issues which affect us all but with which no individual company can make progress because of lack of information or influence. We then arrange for international specialists amongst our members to form a Working Group to resolve these issues. They then produce a united CIMAC recommendation or a CIMAC position paper speaking for our industry as a whole.

International website

Benefits of UK membership

Membership of the UK CIMAC NMA represents an excellent opportunity to meet like-minded individuals with an interest in large engines. The group is run on a not-for-profit basis which help to keep subscription fees at a very reasonable level.

  • Technical information exchange
  • Excellent networking opportunities
  • Friendly and relaxed group
  • Superb and relevant site visits

Sectors represented

Fuels and lubrication
87%
Consultancy
53%
OEM/ components
13%
Other
47%

Current members include

Meet our committee

What our members say

CIMAC meetings have been always an excellent opportunity to learn and discuss with colleagues, competitor and customer advancements in technology and current industry trends. The Institution provides an excellent platform to share knowledge and debate technical topics in a fair and constructive matter. I feel the attendance of these meetings and the affiliation to the Institution a great professional opportunity for both young professional and more experienced executives.

Cristiano Garau Lead applications engineer at Parker Kittiwake

News

Seatruck

HMS Bulwark

Sixteen members of CIMAC UK were welcomed aboard HMS Bulwark on a very wet and windy day in October 2018. The ship is one of the United Kingdom’s two amphibious transport docks based at Devonport (Plymouth). The excellent guided tour allowed us to see the bridge, the operations room, the main engine room and the […]

Beckton CHiP Plant

The group visited the combined heat and intelligent power (CHiP) plant at Beckton in east London on 18 April where Andrew Barnard and Dermot Logan very kindly gave us an excellent tour of the facility.¬† The plant is equipped with a two-stroke MAN B&W type 7K60MC-S 13.9 MW diesel engine operating mainly on tallow. Recovered […]

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