Don't miss out on our 2020 events! Check out the details below for an overview of what to expect in the coming year, and be sure to stay tuned for additional information, agenda updates and registration options as they're available!Read More
AIAG and its member companies have worked collaboratively over the past several years to consistently offer new and eye-opening information to assist you and your company. Moving forward into 2020, our mission to educate, inform, and advance transparency in the automotive supply chain continues.Read More
Some 75 percent of asset owners and 62 percent of asset managers hold ESG funds, BNP Paribas study says.
The environmental, social, and governance (ESG) movement is gaining more traction with asset owners and managers. A BNP Paribas study found that 75 percent of owners and 62 percent of managers held ESG funds as a quarter or more of their investments last year.Read More
At last month’s Quality Summit, we were thrilled to welcome Martin Ranäng of Volvo Truck Group as our industry keynote speaker. Following his crowd energizing keynote address – which he will remember as “one great moment in my work life” – we sat down with Martin to discuss the changing industry, how he juggles responsibilities as senior vice president of supplier quality & development, what advice he’d give his younger self, and more!Read More
Developed in a collaborative effort by volunteers from Nexteer Automotive, Ford Motor Company, Adient US LLC, Dana Incorporated, Delphi Technologies, FCA US LLC, General Motors Company, Gestamp Mason, and Magna International, the CQI-15 Welding System Assessment (WSA) 2nd edition is now available.Read More
The Global Automotive Purchasing and Supply Chain Network – also known as GAPSCN – began as a collaborative venture between AIAG and Wayne State University’s Mike Ilitch School of Business to develop talent and innovation in global automotive purchasing and supply chain management. Today, industry professionals partner with academic faculty to provide community college, undergraduate, graduate and adult continuing education students with “real world” automotive case studies, best practices, knowledge assessments and standards.Read More