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2017 AIAG Supply Chain Forum in Shanghai

Apr 06, 2017

Registration is still open for AIAG’s Supply Chain Forum on April 21, 2017 at the Shanghai Marriott Hotel Hongqiao. With a theme of “Understanding Complexity, Challenge, and Opportunities in Today’s Automotive Supply Chain,” the event is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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Registration is open for TAMA Corporate Responsibility Event

Mar 29, 2017

In collaboration with the Tennessee Automotive Manufacturers Association (TAMA), AIAG is pleased to announce the first annual Southern Automotive Corporate Responsibility Event on August 15, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee.

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2017 Digital Transformation in the Automotive Supply Chain

Mar 28, 2017

Leading automotive companies understand that a digital supply chain requires a network platform for sustainable innovation, but choosing how and when to start a digital supply chain transformation or even knowing when to augment your current strategy can be a daunting task. Resource constraints and the pressure to prioritize and to incorporate the latest technology disruptors can make a significant impact on your business.

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Don’t Miss the Final Global IATF 16949 Rollouts

Mar 22, 2017

AIAG is hosting 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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Register Now for Building Blocks of Sustainability

Mar 22, 2017

Global business issues today require companies to manage a myriad of topics ranging from worker rights and environmental management to innovation — and the growth of legislative and customer mandates is anticipated to increase. Awareness of emerging issues, compliance strategies, and transparency has become the currency needed to be sustainable.

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2017 Supply Chain Summit Early Bird Registration Ends April 20th

Mar 13, 2017

Planning to attend the 2017 Supply Chain Summit? Remember to register by April 20, 2017, to receive the best pricing via the Early Bird discount. The event will be held June 20, 2017, at Laurel Manor Banquet and Conference Center in Livonia, Michigan.

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Register by March 2nd to save on 2017 Corporate Responsibility Summit: Building Blocks of Sustainability

Feb 22, 2017

REGISTRATION IS OPEN! Global business issues today require companies to manage a myriad of topics ranging from worker rights and environmental management to innovation — and the growth of legislative and customer mandates is anticipated to increase. Awareness of emerging issues, compliance strategies, and transparency have become the currency needed to be sustainable.

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The 6th Annual AIAG Conflict Minerals Industry Briefing: Tailored to Meet YOUR Needs

Feb 22, 2017

The 2017 Conflict Minerals Industry Briefing on June 7, 2017, is designed to offer the necessary information for new professionals and to advance the knowledge level of those experienced in conflict minerals reporting.  New professionals, and those seeking a refresher of basic content, will find value in the event’s morning agenda.  More experienced conflict minerals reporters will benefit in the afternoon agenda.  And, if you’d like a full overview – stay for the entire day!

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President Trump, the Automotive Sector and NAFTA 2.0

Feb 16, 2017

These are uncertain times for the automotive sector – from Original Equipment Manufacturers to Tier Three suppliers. For over twenty years, companies have been making strategic decisions based on the rules of the 1994 NAFTA. Today, that rulebook is about to be changed. For AIAG member companies, this means they will need to take a fresh look at what they make, where they make it, and how they make it. 

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What Are YOUR Hot Topics?

Jan 31, 2017

AIAG’s first live Hot Topics webinar will tackle the issue of the global supply chain talent shortage, which has now reached crisis proportions and threatens the future of the auto industry.

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