AIAG Supply Chain Leaders Preview New Training, Resources, and Goals for 2024

Jan 31, 2024

As AIAG’s Global Customs and Trade and logistics program managers roll out the new year, AIAG members can take a sneak peek at what’s in store for ’24. Myriam Cronk, a seasoned AIAG leader, and Tonya Swix, a newer member of the team, weigh in on their unique perspectives.

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2024 Supply Chain Courses are Here...Register Today!

Jan 31, 2024

Looking to improve materials management efficiency in your supply chain? Need to understand free trade agreement and USMCA concepts? Now's the time to schedule your next supply chain training at AIAG!

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Now's the time to register...our 2024 Certificate in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management program kicks off on 2/22!

Jan 30, 2024

Offered by Wayne State University (WSU) in cooperation with AIAG, our 2024 Auto Industry Certificate in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management program combines academic and industry instruction with hands-on exercises and discussion over a period of 23 weeks.

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AIAG Announces New Initiative to Identify and Address Forced Labor Compliance Risks in the Supply Chain

Jan 30, 2024

AIAG is taking a leadership role by collaborating with industry and subject matter experts to become a go-to resource for forced labor and human rights compliance in the mobility supply chain.

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Michigan Pilots Roadway that Charges EVs as They Drive

Jan 30, 2024

What’s billed as the nation’s first wireless-charging public roadway for electric vehicles has been installed just west of downtown Detroit.

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Recruitment in conflict-affected areas: Recommendations to sending govts. to protect migrant workers through robust bilateral agreements

Jan 30, 2024

"Governments must consider the risks of sending migrant workers to conflict zones,"

This month, officials from India’s largest state, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana (which neighbours Delhi) are hosting a delegation of Israeli businesses seeking workers from the two states for jobs in Israel.

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US automakers grapple with customs crackdown on materials made by forced labor

Jan 30, 2024

Automakers might have to shift supply chains as US Customs officials increasingly detain metal imports from companies suspected of using forced labor in the Xinjiang region of China.

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US DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AWARDS MORE THAN $12M TO COMBAT CHILD LABOR, FORCED LABOR IN MEXICO, PROMOTE MIGRANT WORKER RIGHTS

Jan 30, 2024

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor today announced the award of up to $12.4 million in grant funding for three organizations to reduce child and forced labor in Mexico and support migrant workers. 

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The Future of IMDS: Part One

Jan 23, 2024

This is part of a series in which we recap sessions from the 2023 IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference held on October 17-18, 2023, at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan.

Chemical and sustainability information demands are increasing, and while IMDS is the tool to supply this information, a more dynamic approach and a more refined release process are needed and are in the works.

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Brian Engle: ‘Decrease Your Dependence’

Jan 23, 2024

EV expert Brian Engle says we are in the midst of a new era of supply chain management, one of reducing dependencies and vertically integrating your manufacturing process. As business development director, electrification for Amphenol’s Advanced Sensor group, Engle provides insight on what AIAG members can do to make their supply chain less vulnerable.

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