With more than 26 years of experience in automotive manufacturing, Shape Corp.’s director of quality, Steve Povenz, has a wealth of insights and experiences to share.Read More
With the accelerating pace of change in the automotive industry – and more specifically the supply chain space – it is more critical than ever to stay informed and benchmark yourself against peers and colleagues to maintain competitiveness. Featuring world-class presenters and subject matter experts, AIAG’s annual Supply Chain Summit helps attendees do just that!Read More
Register now and head south with AIAG to Nashville, Tennessee, for the 2019 Heavy Equipment and Automotive Suppliers Product Chemical Compliance Summit!Read More
On March 5, 2019, Amy Moffatt – senior manager of Toyota North America’s Operations Management Development Division – gave the closing presentation at the AIAG/AAMA 2019 Southern Automotive Quality Summit (SAQS). AIAG had the opportunity to catch up with Amy after the event and asked her several questions about her perceptions of the automotive industry. Amy’s insights are below.
AIAG launched its free online Core Tools Self-Assessment (CTSA) in 2012 as a method for individuals to measure their competency in the four automotive quality Core Tools: APQP/PPAP, FMEA, MSA, and SPC. The CTSA is a timed, open book self-assessment available in eight different languages. With a worldwide reach, more than 11,000 individuals representing 1,964 companies in 78 countries have completed the Core Tools Self-Assessment.
As the opening keynote speaker at the upcoming AIAG Supply Chain Summit on June 18, 2019, Michael Galluzzi, NASA’s principal Investigator and subject matter expert on supply chain management and logistics engineering in the Exploration Research and Technology Program at the Kennedy Space Center, will share recent NASA supply chain lessons learned and how these can be applied to automotive supply chain initiatives. A talk that covers the practical as well as the visionary, Galluzzi will provide intriguing insights on technologies that will impact the U.S. manufacturing base in the near future, as well as ideas from NASA’s approach to supply chain management that could advance not only the auto industry, but also the U.S. industrial supply base.Read More