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FVL Experts Say Advance Planning and Accurate Forecasting Needed to Reduce Outbound Waste

Oct 29, 2015

Delegates at the September 2015 Automotive Logistics Global conference in Detroit had a healthy discussion about where waste lies in the finished vehicle logistics supply chain and what possible steps can be taken to reduce it. According to a report by Rachael Hogg in Automotive Logistics e-newsletter, Marc Brazeau, Chrysler’s head of NAFTA vehicle transportation, said it takes discipline to figure out where the actual waste is. “This can save cost and improve margins, not just for us, but for service providers,” he said.

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Join Us for the New AIAG Governance & Ethics Professional Series

Oct 25, 2015

Given the recent attention to NHTSA recalls, Department of Justice litigations, and privacy issues within the automotive industry, you won’t want to miss this rare opportunity to hear perspectives from legal professionals with extensive experience working with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the US National Security Agency (NSA), and the US Department of Justice (DoJ).

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AIAG’s Tanya Bolden Presents at 2015 Southern Automotive Conference

Oct 21, 2015

The southeast United States, already known for its world-class automotive production and sound business environment, continues to boast the fastest growing automotive industry in North America as global sales increase and OEMs and major suppliers continue to invest.

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New Resource for GHS Compliance Released

Oct 14, 2015

AIAG’s Globally Harmonized System (GHS) Work Group has joined forces with the internship program at Purdue-Calumet University to create an easy-to-use reference document for chemical manufacturers, mixture companies/blenders, and distributers who must comply with the update requirements of OSHA HCS 2012.

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November 17th: AIAG Customs Town Hall Tackles Tough Topics — Registration Open Now

Oct 06, 2015


One of AIAG’s most popular annual supply chain events, the 2015 Customs Town Hall is a convergence of importers, exporters, brokers, and customs service providers who meet to discuss programs that impact customs clearance.

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Register Now for Free Packaging Technical Networking Session on Nov. 10, 2015

Oct 06, 2015


AIAG's third Packaging Technical Networking Session, scheduled for Tuesday, November 10, 2015 at the AIAG headquarters in Southfield, Michigan, will bring together automotive, container, packaging, and supply chain technology experts from OEMs, suppliers, and service providers to learn about the latest trends and initiatives.

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Looking for a Better Understanding of MMOG/LE and Its Implementation?

Sep 23, 2015

Give your company’s materials management efficiency and supply chain effectiveness a boost by attending the Global MMOG/LE Implementation Training — Level 1 on Oct. 7, 2015

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FVL Committee Update: AIAG Works to Broaden FVL Optimization in North America and Introduce New Tools

Sep 23, 2015

AIAG’s Finished Vehicle Logistics initiatives are gearing up again after the summer months. As part of the Finished Vehicle Transportation Optimization committee, four OEMs met recently to exchange ideas about further outbound vehicle optimization. This committee has already tackled rail co-loading and VIN-level shipments and is now looking at broadening its scope here in North America.

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Your AIAG NetworkAwaits You: Sign-Up On AIAG’s Supplier Connect – Your Gateway To The Best Auto Suppliers

Sep 23, 2015


Looking for automotive suppliers who understand and have committed to the power of quality and collaboration?  AIAG members that know the value of networking can be found in Supplier Connect and are more than willing to collaborate with you.

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Supply Security Assessment Streamlines C-TPAT Compliance with Standardized Reporting Approach

Sep 23, 2015


AIAG’s Supply Safe Program, hailed as the “next evolution in border security,” reduces redundancy and strengthens security through an united industry effort.

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