These are uncertain times for the North American Automotive Industry. On his first day of office, President Donald Trump announced his intention to meet with Ottawa and Mexico City to renegotiate the 24 year old NAFTA. After 1½ years and several rounds of negotiations, negotiators appear to be approaching the finish line.Read More
Plan ahead! The next Global MMOG/LE Implementation Training – Level 1 class is scheduled for May 2nd, and seats are still available. This one day course is designed to improve materials management efficiency and effectiveness in your supply chain, leveraging the Global Materials Management Operations Guideline Logistics Evaluation (MMOG/LE). To find out more information, or reserve your seat, visit the training page here.Read More
Here’s a snapshot of what our Finished Vehicle Logistics groups have been up to lately!
COMING SOON! AIAG’s Connected Vehicle Committee officially kicks off on April 23rd. This group, which consists solely of OEM participants at the present, will come together with the goal of creating standards that are agreed upon by the OEMs. Topics of discussion will include – but not be limited to – the following:Read More
It’s here! The AIAG Supply Chain Group has officially launched the brand new Materials Management and Logistics Knowledge Assessment, now available in the AIAG Store.Read More
The Supply Chain Management world is in the midst of major transformation. New technologies, mindsets, and evolving ways of doing business are colliding with pervasive, real-world challenges, and organizations throughout the supply chain are feeling the impact.Read More
The Supply Chain Management (SCM) Team at AIAG is getting ready to launch the brand new Materials Management and Logistics Knowledge Assessment for individuals new to – or changing roles within – the Supply Chain field.Read More
At AIAG, we believe in the value of shared knowledge and resources, because we know from experience that we go farther together. In this spirit, one question we consistently ask is how we can better support the entire supply chain, including your organization and suppliers. The answer, in part, is by attending events like Supplier Days where we can help spread the word about AIAG to your supply base.
Seats are still available for the fifth annual WSU/AIAG Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Program – but they’re going fast! This year’s course, which consists of separate winter and fall classroom terms, officially kicks off on February 15, 2018.Read More