AIAG Supply Chain Steering Committee co-chairs, Angela Cook and Steven Rush, are experienced supply chain professionals who still regularly discover best practices through their volunteer work with AIAG.Read More
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have been overburdened with a deluge of container imports over the last few months. As a result, cargo heading into and out of the ports has slowed to a relative crawl, as the ports deal with record-breaking volume alongside a reduction in staff related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This slowdown resulting from high levels of imports has created congestion at terminals and in surrounding areas.Read More
From a logistics perspective, one of the biggest lessons learned (so far) in the COVID-19 pandemic is that long supply chains stretching across the globe can spell trouble. Shutdowns in one manufacturing center in Asia—or the United States, for that matter—can imperil companies down the chain.Read More
With May just around the corner, we’re getting ready for a full schedule of virtual trainings – including those focusing on automotive warranty, USMCA Content Reporting and the AIAG & VDA FMEA Handbook, along with new offerings like our ACE Reporting courses for both import and export.Read More
Whether your team is working remotely, back at the office, or somewhere in between, we’ve got the cybersecurity resources you need to help ensure your network is secure moving forward.Read More
Planning has already begun for the virtual 2021 IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference. Be sure to save the date: October 19–20, 2021.Read More
Free for both AIAG members and non-members, AIAG’s latest webinar recording is now available at the AIAG Store.
Governments are increasingly scrutinizing human trafficking and forced labor abuses in private sector operations. In addition to the moral imperative to address these abuses, businesses should be on alert given the significant disruptions in supply chains that government regulation may cause, resulting in potential economic, legal, and/or reputational harm. Apparel, food and beverage, technology, and financial services companies in particular should closely monitor and prepare for global regulatory developments.Read More
Since the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2016, the role of the private sector in fulfilling the 2030 Agenda has been widely acknowledged, as set out under SDG 12. Yet to assess how companies are actually contributing towards these Global Goals, we need greater transparency on their impacts.