Created by AIAG's industry work groups, our new FVL publications address battery electric and connected vehicles, along with transportation damage handling and haul-away transportation KPIs.
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M-26 FVL Battery Electric Vehicle Supply Chain Handling Guideline: The M-26 guideline was developed by the AIAG Battery Electric Vehicle Work Group to address the proper handling of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) by railroads, car haulers, yard managers, port processors, marine terminals, and 3PLs. Along with information on safety resources and government agencies to assist service/transportation providers in the event of an emergency, this document addresses key questions on charging, critical battery storage requirements, handling instructions for extreme temperatures, and much more.
M-25 FVL Connected Vehicle Supply Chain Data Specifications: Developed by the AIAG Finished Vehicle Logistics (FVL) Connected Vehicle Work Group, this critical industry guidance provides best practices for supply chain reporting through the connected vehicle using common visibility event definitions as a model. The M-25 outlines the standard physical distribution event descriptions, definitions, and Cloud-based content to improve the visibility of the FVL supply chain, utilizing a minimum set of transactions from the vehicle itself.
M-22 Finished Vehicle Logistics Transportation Damage Handling: Created and updated by the AIAG Damage Claims Work Group, the M-22 guideline provides standardization and clarity on a number of transportation industry processes. Now in its 6th edition, the document includes an all-new section on inspection verification, revised and reassigned damage codes, a complete revision to specifically identify and report chock securement and spacing deficiency, and numerous changes to the Type and Area codes listing. Note: The M-22 is offered as part of a kit, paired with either 15 or 50 damage code (DMG-1) cards.
North American OEM Haul-Away Transportation KPI Scorecard: Created by AIAG’s North American Transportation Scorecard Work Group, this industry standardized scorecard for measuring the performance of transportation providers identifies specific KPIs that directly impact transportation performance and delivery to dealers. While the OEMs involved will use the scorecard internally to maintain confidential information with their carriers, a copy of the scorecard and associated KPIs is now available for download to help carriers understand what they’re being measured on.