Register Now for AIAG and SCAC’s Third Annual Supply Chain and Quality Conference

Aug 08, 2019

As previously announced, AIAG and the South Carolina Automotive Council (SCAC) are partnering for a third year on their highly successful Supply Chain and Quality Conference. Scheduled for September 12 – 13, 2019, at the Trident Technical College in North Charleston, South Carolina, this unique and dynamic event covers the most relevant topics in supply chain and quality and is designed to benefit automotive companies of all sizes.

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Ford’s Sean Grant: ‘Transportation Damage Is Pure Waste’

Aug 08, 2019

AIAG volunteer and leader of the Finished Vehicle Logistics Damage Claims committee, Sean Grant, who works as Ford’s supervisor of vehicle shipping quality and claims, shares his perspective on the work group’s key initiatives and industry challenges with Finished Vehicle Quality.

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AIAG Core Tools Support™ (CTS) Software – Try It Before You Buy It!

Jul 18, 2019

Curious about our new CTS software, but unsure if it’s the right fit for you and your organization? Now, you can “try it before you buy it” with a free 30 day trial!

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IATF Survey Available – Provide Feedback on the Standard Through 9/10!

Jul 18, 2019

The IATF has created an optional, anonymous industry stakeholder survey to solicit feedback on IATF 16949:2016 sections needing further clarification – and we’d like to hear from you! 

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Biggest Opportunity in Finished Vehicle Logistics Is Learning to Collaborate so that Everybody Wins

Jul 11, 2019

A major reason the Finished Vehicle Logistics (FVL) division of Supply Chain Management continues to grow exponentially at AIAG is due to the support and guidance provided by our volunteers and specifically those leading the FVL Oversight Committee.

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Hard Brexit fear haunts UK's finished vehicle sector

Jul 11, 2019

British vehicle transporter ECM has expressed concerns about implications for the automotive industry should the UK exit the European Union (EU) without an agreement on October 31.

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New AIAG & VDA FMEA Handbook and Trainings Available!

Jun 13, 2019

Developed with a global team of OEM and Tier 1 supplier subject matter experts, the new AIAG & VDA FMEA Handbook incorporates best practices from both AIAG and VDA methodologies into a harmonized, structured approach.

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Core Tools Support (CTS) Software Update

Jun 13, 2019

Since launching the new AIAG Core Tools Support™ (CTS) software, we’ve been busy collecting feedback, working on updates and making improvements. In light of this, AIAG held a CTS software update webinar on June 6th, during which AIAG program manager John Cachat shared a short demo, and details on the software’s newest features – added in response to feedback from users around the globe – as well as upcoming functionality to support the new AIAG & VDA FMEA Handbook.

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Supply Chain Summit Session Reveals New Demands NAFTA 2.0 Will Place on the Auto Industry

Jun 06, 2019

A product manufactured today that is eligible under the original NAFTA program may no longer be eligible under the newly negotiated trade agreement – commonly referred to as NAFTA 2.0. Karin Muller, director, customer compliance and trade governance for Magna International, and Steve Gardon, vice president, global indirect taxes and customs, Lear Corporation, who head up AIAG’s NAFTA 2.0 Workgroup, will present an important session on what they describe as the “ABCs of USMCA” and the differences between it and NAFTA at the upcoming AIAG Supply Chain Summit, June 18, 2019.

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OEM Panel Weighs In on New MMOG/LE Version 5 Assessment at Upcoming Supply Chain Summit

Jun 06, 2019

AIAG is launching its MMOG/LE Version 5, and long-time, award-winning AIAG volunteer Terry Onica has been on the frontlines in implementing updates and training on the new platform, which will replace the prior Excel assessment. The MMOG/LE Version 5 global volunteer workgroup was comprised of experts from AIAG, Odette, QAD, Volvo, ZF, Ford, FCA, Continental, GALIA, SMMT, General Motors, and VDA. Their revision of MMOG/LE took about 18 months to complete and was reviewed by 35 stakeholders.

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