Join us this October, November, or December for upcoming sessions of our most popular Supply Chain courses! Check out specific dates for these trainings listed below and be sure to click the individual links for more detail.Read More
During the September 9th AIAG Supply Chain + International Trade Summit, Dave Leich, GM’s executive director, global supply chain, spoke candidly about the challenges of the past 18 months.
“There has been unprecedented volatility and uncertainty across the supply chain,” he said, “including a world pandemic, semiconductor crisis, raw material shortages, shipping delays, natural disaster events, and drastic swings in automotive demand.”Read More
The global supply chain, where goods are shipped all over the world, is already stretched thin thanks to a year and a half of operating during a pandemic. It really doesn’t need hackers mucking things up further.Read More
Never before have the complexities and the crucial role of supply chains been so clear to the public. Issues related to supply and demand of certain products have highlighted the need for greater visibility into inventories and movement through distribution. But that is not the only issue on people's minds.Read More
Along with our annual Quality Summit and IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference next month, we've added two new webinars to the lineup: an October 14th FAE event exploring "Careers in Supply Chain Regulatory Compliance," and a climate-focused webinar on the 26th, detailing "RE100, EP100, and SteelZero Initiatives."
Read on for more detail, and click the links below to reserve your spot(s) today!Read More
Register by October 12th to get the best pricing for one of AIAG’s most popular annual conferences: $99 for members; $129 for non-members.
Effective January 1, 2023, a manufacturer of a product for sale in Maine containing intentionally added PFAS must submit a report that includes a brief description of the product; the proposed use of PFAS in a product, including components; and other information.
We are experiencing a profound shift in stakeholder expectations and business growth strategy: sustainability is more important than ever before. Younger, high-growth companies — those that either are privately held or recently went public — face unique challenges and opportunities as they expand business while also considering environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors, be it climate change, privacy, diversity, or a range of other material issues.