AIAG has collaborated with the Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA) to release the fourth edition of the CQI-14 Automotive Warranty Management: A Guideline for Industry Best Practices. The goal of this new edition is warranty improvement collaboratively and continuously through best practices, standardization, recommended tools, and a root cause identification culture.Read More
There’s still time for significant savings on registration for our 2022 Corporate Responsibility (CR) Summit. simply reserve your spot by the end of the month with code EARTH22 for an additional 22% off our already-low early bird registration rates!Read More
With more than two dozen courses and exams scheduled this April and May, we’ve got your spring training needs covered!Read More
The CQI-11 Plating System Assessment was created to help automotive suppliers develop a plating management system based on industry best practices. Now in its third edition, the Plating System Assessment emphasizes defect prevention and the reduction of variation and waste in the supply chain.Read More
AIAG’s Core Tools Self-Assessment (CTSA) experienced a monumental year in 2021 – a year that included preparation of a new CTSA language, a change in FMEA focus, and an organization using the CTSA to drive Core Tools competency and employee training plans.Read More
Mike Sturgeon, executive director of ECG – The Association of European Vehicle Logistics, says that the combination of the ongoing war in Ukraine — coupled with the semi-conductor and other part shortages, exploding fuel prices, and inflation — are bringing automotive production to a stop in many places around the world.Read More
AIAG recently participated in the Mexico Supplier Day in Puebla, Mexico, giving a presentation on AIAG’s Supply Chain Security Program, which addresses not only CTPAT, but also Mexico’s OEA program and others. Hosted by CANACINTRA Puebla y CLAUZ Automotriz Puebla on March 24, 2022, the event brings together OEMs and auto parts suppliers as well as representatives from the metalworking and plastic sectors. The purpose is to generate collaborations and networking opportunities between the participating companies.Read More
As our industry continues to evolve and expand, it’s become more critical than ever for companies to establish comprehensive human rights due diligence. Along with a growing, global demand to uncover all human rights abuses within the supply chain, recent and emerging legislation in both the U.S. and EU has also increased – further emphasizing the necessity of identifying and addressing these violations.