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Save the Date — and Money — with Early Bird Registration to 2017 Supply Chain Summit

Posted by AIAG on Jan 31, 2017 2:06:31 PM

One of AIAG’s most popular annual events, the Supply Chain Summit delivers unique and relevant content from senior-level automotive executives and the ability for participants to ask questions directly to an OEM and Supplier Panel. The event will be held June 20, 2017 at Laurel Manor Banquet and Conference Center in Livonia, Michigan.

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What's Ahead for 2017

Posted by AIAG on Jan 26, 2017 11:20:00 AM

The New Year is here and your team is ready for a fresh start. It’s time to sharpen your knowledge about automotive quality requirements. Is this the year to become certified as a lead auditor or in any of the certifications we offer?

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Is Chemical Management and Reporting Important to Your Company?

Posted by AIAG on Jan 24, 2017 9:49:24 AM

Companies in the automotive industry and its supply chain face a growing number of governmental regulations, in the United States and globally, on the use and management of chemicals in the production process. AIAG’s Chemical Management and Reporting Committee (OHCL) works to keep member companies abreast of existing and emerging regulations and provide an assessment of their impact. And by joining with other industrial groups to develop common processes and tools that increase the efficiency of regulatory compliance, the cost to all member companies is reduced.

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GRI Works with IIRC and Leading Companies to Eliminate Reporting Confusion

Posted by AIAG on Jan 24, 2017 9:24:17 AM

Sustainability disclosure provides a broader view of a company’s performance than financial disclosure alone. When used in integrated reporting, it can reveal value creation across six capitals: financial, manufactured, intellectual, human, social and relationship and natural. 

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Registration is Open for the 2017 CR Summit

Posted by AIAG on Jan 24, 2017 9:05:45 AM

Progressive companies are challenged to stay informed on corporate responsibility issues confronting them in today’s marketplace; the issues range from human rights to environmental to sustainable viability. These issues are compounded by the need to concurrently manage risk and transparency for the corporation and its global supply chain.  

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Nissan’s Robert Kinchen Will Focus on Attracting Young Talent to Automotive Sector

Posted by AIAG on Jan 23, 2017 3:29:11 PM

As one of the newly appointed AIAG board members, Robert Kinchen, director of administration, facilities, marketing and sales, supplier diversity, and Monozukuri for Nissan North America, will apply his insights and experience within human resource management to help the automotive industry address the challenge of attracting and retaining the best young talent.

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New AIAG Quality Steering Committee Chair Jim Pastor Outlines Focus for 2017 and Shares Key to Maximizing Value of AIAG Membership

Posted by Carla Kalogeridis on Jan 19, 2017 9:05:58 AM

The new chair of AIAG’s Quality Steering Committee, Jim Pastor, has some specific ideas of where he’d like to see the committee focus its efforts in 2017. After eight years with Johnson Controls in positions ranging from global director of quality — GM Business Unit to group vice president — automotive quality, Pastor recently transitioned to the role as vice president — quality for the new Johnson Controls spinoff, Adient. With global responsibility for all of Adient’s manufacturing sites, including complete seat and components, Pastor is in a perfect position to lead AIAG’s quality initiatives on behalf of the industry.

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AIAG to Host Series of Global IATF 16949 Roll Outs in 2017

Posted by AIAG on Jan 19, 2017 8:15:00 AM

AIAG will host a series of roll-out events for the new IATF 16949:2016 automotive quality standard. The purpose of the events is to help AIAG members and others in attendance understand the latest edition of the standard and what it means to their organizations and the re-certification process.

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AIAG VIDEO INTERVIEW - Ford’s Alisa Clemons: ‘Suppliers Need to be Prepared for Everything’

Posted by AIAG on Jan 11, 2017 3:06:31 PM

Ford Motor Company’s Alisa Clemons says that with supply chains more affected by political issues, threats of war, and terrorism in recent years, it’s crucial that suppliers put plans in place to not only handle risk, but also alert their automotive customers of it much earlier.

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Year in Review and What’s Ahead for AIAG’s Corporate Responsibility Team

Posted by Tanya Bolden on Dec 19, 2016 1:49:31 PM

This year we continued to build on our foundation to be a leading industry resource and convener of topics addressing sustainability – both social and environmental—that are impacting the automotive industry.

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