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Dates Changed for the Automotive Industry Global Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Executive Seminar!

Apr 07, 2016

The new dates for the 2nd annual Automotive Industry Global Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Executive Seminar are October 31- November 4. Space is limited so register early to ensure your spot!

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Key Term Tuesday: SPC

Apr 05, 2016

We’ve all heard of the basic statistical terms: mean, median, and mode, but when it comes to Statistical Process Control things get a bit more complicated. This “Key Term Tuesday” we’re focusing on SPC.

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One-Day Casting System and Molding System Assessment Workshops — Now Available

Feb 15, 2016

AIAG is offering a one-day workshop overview course that will help you understand and learn how to use the Special Process Casting System Assessment as a foundation to assure control of these special processes and deliver quality parts and materials.

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Effective Risk Management Starts with FMEA

Feb 01, 2016

All new product development projects involve risk. A properly implemented FMEA will help ensure that potential failures have been considered and addressed during the product and process development cycle.

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Benefits to Getting your Internal Auditor Certification from AIAG

Jan 25, 2016

Much like a tooth cleaning at the dentist or a routine oil change on a car, internal audits are a vital part of keeping quality management systems running smoothly. And similar to the dental and car maintenance situations, the skills and certifications of the person conducting the audit can significantly change your perception of the diagnosis. AIAG offers a wide range of training options to enhance the capabilities of your internal auditors, all of which can be held at your facility. Whether internal or lead, AIAG has an auditor certification course for your needs.

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Make your designs more efficient with AIAG’s Design Review Based on Failure (DRBFM) Guide

Jan 18, 2016

Your current design works, but you may be looking for a way to make it more efficient. AIAG’s Design Review Based on Failure Modes (DRBFM) Reference Guide provides guidance on this in-depth analysis process that focuses on engineering changes once a baseline design has been established. It works by analyzing your current design identifying areas for improvement, and defining the impact of the change.

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Labeling Documents Available FREE for Members!

Jan 06, 2016

Are you being asked by your customer to use certain labeling practices but you don’t know where to find them?  AIAG has the labeling guides and standards you are looking for. Want to hear something else great? If your company is an AIAG member, all three of these documents are available to you for FREE in eDocument version. Take advantage of your member benefits and order your free electronic versions of these three indispensable guides to proper labeling today. 

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Quality 2020 Study: Assuring Product Compliance is Top Focus in Product Development

Dec 09, 2015

AIAG’s Quality 2020 study reveals that OEMs and suppliers rank product development concerns among the top four most critical issues impacting quality. 

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Is your company listed in the AIAG Supplier Connect Database?

Dec 03, 2015

Supplier Connect: What is it?

Supplier connect is the industry ‘buyer’s guide’ exclusively for AIAG members to showcase their offerings and capabilities on the leading website for Automotive Quality, Supply Chain, and Corporate Responsibility solutions.

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Yazaki’s Ryan Jenner: AIAG Volunteers Help Stem Conflicts in DRC Regions

Nov 12, 2015

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) recently issued a call-for-action to all companies within the automotive supply chain to become fully engaged in Conflict Minerals reporting. “Your participation is critical if the industry is to achieve a transparent, conflict-free mineral supply chain, and this means supporting not only your direct customers’ requirements, but also ensuring your company’s compliance with the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) conflict mineral’s rule, as applicable,” says the invitation.

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