Visiting the CIMAC website, you might have realised that the logo has slightly changed. Why this?

CIMAC was founded in 1950 as an industry event to discuss new ideas and developments within the engine and components industry together with institutes and universities. The name originates from the French “Conseil International des Machines à Combustion” which means “International Council on Combustion Engines”. As time went by, CIMAC widened the scope. Today, it provides a forum for technical interchange with all parties interested in piston engines, gas turbine systems, non-shaftline propulsion systems, automation and controls, system integration and digitalisation solutions. To reflect this, the subline under the logo has been changed to:
International Council
Power | Drives | Propulsion