Automotive supply chain professionals trying to make it to the AIAG Supply Chain Summit on June 14, 2016 at Laurel Manor in Livonia, Michigan, can still get in. “We can take registrations all the way up to the event,” says Lang Ware, AIAG’s director, supply chain products and services.
A popular conference among members, the Supply Chain Summit agenda delivers unique and relevant content from senior-level automotive executives and industry professionals. Attendees also have the opportunity to question an OEM and Supplier Panel on supply chain-related topics. The theme of the 2016 summit is “Automotive Supply Chain Tools and Risk Management.”
This year's presentations focus on updates and solutions applicable to privacy, data security, risk requirements, cyber security, and a unique perspective related to risk assessment by the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agency.
Event sponsors include (in alphabetical order) Bosch, Denso, Direct Works, FCA, General Motors, Honda, iPoint, KPMG Spectrum, Magna, Nissan, QAD, Resilinc, Risk Methods, SAE, Sandler & Travis, Thirdware, and Toyota.