The American Car Parts Certification Council (ACPC) is selling off all its certification in the US and is shutting down its headquarters.
The US is the only country where the certification body is still in business, according to ACPC spokesperson Dan DeYoung.
The certification body has about 5,000 members, most of whom work for the manufacturer.
“This is not a temporary loss,” DeYoung said.
“We are looking at it as a very serious threat to the integrity of the American car market.”
The US has the world’s largest automotive market and the ACPC certifies about half the US cars sold.
The ACPC is also responsible for the certification of over 40,000 different car parts.
It is unclear what, if any, impact the ACCC’s closing will have on the US market.
DeYoung confirmed that the US certification body had no immediate plans to reopen its US office.
ACPC certification for the United States was launched in 2013 and is made up of the US National Car Manufacturers Association (NCMA), the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), the American Association of Automobile Manufacturers (AAAMA), and the Automotive Parts Manufacturers of America (APMA).
The ACCC is one of two main certification bodies in the United Kingdom.
The other is the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), which is run by the British Association of Engineering Manufacturers.
ACNC has been the US’s leading vehicle safety organization for more than 20 years.
Its main goal is to make vehicle safety safer and more affordable for consumers.
Its certification body, the Automobile Parts Manufactures Association (APMSA), is a non-profit, independent trade group.
It has about 3,000 membership.
Deyoung said ACPC had a goal of certifying more than 10,000 cars a year.
He said ACPAs certification for 2018 will continue to be a separate entity, and its members would continue to work with the ACPAS certification body.
ACPAC is not an official trade group for ACPCA, DeYoung added.
“ACPC was a non official trade body for ACPC,” he said.
The closure of ACPC means that the certification bodies’ services will be no longer needed.
ACPOA, the certifying body for motor vehicles in the UK, is the successor to ACPACA.
ACPI, which represents the automotive parts industry, has about 30,000 certified members.
ACPPA, which was founded in 1999, is also an independent trade body that includes the Automotor Vehicle Manufacturers’ Association (AVMA).
ACPI is based in London.
ACPA was established in 2004, when the ACPI board of directors decided to merge with ACPAA to form the ACPP.
DeKnight said ACPI had planned to consolidate its certification services and also retire the ACPO certification body that had been in existence for more a decade.
“The ACPFA was not the only certification body,” DeKnight added.
ACPD is a certifying group for the parts industry in the Netherlands.
ACSP, which is a trade group representing automotive parts, is based at the University of Applied Sciences in Erlangen, Germany.
ACPL, which handles automotive parts certification, was founded by the American Automobile Workers Union in 1983.
ACV, which serves as the US division for the automotive industry, is a global organization.
ACR, which provides vehicle safety certification services to manufacturers, was established by the Automotek Federation of America in 2007.
ACS, which deals with vehicle safety testing and maintenance, was formed in 1988.
ACUS, which does not deal with vehicle maintenance, is composed of independent trade associations that represent a range of industry participants.
ACIS is a certification body for the European Automobile Association, which includes about 10,700 certified members and has about 20,000 member dealers.
The organization is also run by trade associations from the automotive, motor vehicle and truck sectors.