AIAG’s New Cybersecurity Guidelines Publication Has Arrived!

May 03, 2018

In today’s increasingly technology driven and connected world, protecting data is more challenging – and more critical – than ever before. Given the growing complexity of global supply chains, and the sheer volume of highly sensitive information being exchanged, the need for a standardized approach in addressing information security is also more vital than ever before. 

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NEW Webcast Available! Establishing the OEM-Supplier Relationship

Apr 27, 2018

How important is it to establish a supplier-customer relationship? Listen to find out! AIAG’s newest webcast addresses the implications of forming business relationships in today’s world, where virtual communication and teleconferencing has become the norm.

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CAATSA Title III Section 321(b) FAQs

Apr 27, 2018

The “Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act” (CAATSA), signed into law August 2017, imposes new sanctions on Iran, Russia, and North Korea. CAATSA reiterates the need for comprehensive due diligence by and on behalf of U.S. companies involved in importing goods. Careful consideration of, and reasonable care with respect to, the different risks presented in your supply chain should always be taken into account when importing into the United States.

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Call to Action for the new 3D Technical Data Package (TDP) Exchange Guideline is Open for Registration

Apr 12, 2018

AIAG proudly announces that the Call to Action for the new 3D Technical Data Package (TDP) Exchange Guideline project will occur on 9 May 2018 at 10:00 AM at AIAG in Southfield, Michigan. This project, which is a subset of the larger Model Based Enterprise (MBE) platform, will develop a guideline for the exchange of technical data that is traditionally shared on a part print (i.e. data that is not included in the math data exchange). The work group will initially focus on technical data exchanges between organizations for co-designed products, but products designed by one organization will be added if there are enough group volunteers.

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International Material Data System (IMDS) Training Now Available!

Apr 12, 2018

No department is more aware of customer requirements than the quality department. This is why quite often the quality department is tasked with International Material Data System (IMDS) reporting. For every manufactured part, a Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) must be completed. PPAP can only be completed if there has been an accepted IMDS report. 

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Early Registration for the 2018 Supply Chain Summit Ends 4/19 – Save Your Spot Today!

Apr 06, 2018

AIAG’s 2018 Supply Chain Summit kicks off in just two short months, and we’re nearly at capacity for sponsors and exhibitors! Take advantage of the cost savings associated with early registration by signing up NOW, before the Early Registration Deadline of April 19th

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New Finished Vehicle Logistics Initiatives and Updates

Apr 05, 2018

Here’s a snapshot of what our Finished Vehicle Logistics groups have been up to lately!

COMING SOON! AIAG’s Connected Vehicle Committee officially kicks off on April 23rd. This group, which consists solely of OEM participants at the present, will come together with the goal of creating standards that are agreed upon by the OEMs. Topics of discussion will include – but not be limited to – the following:

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AIAG: Your IATF 16949:2016 Resource Center

Mar 28, 2018

Change isn’t just coming – it’s here. With fewer than six months left to complete the transition to IATF 16949:2016, now is the time to ensure your organization has the tools and training necessary to successfully implement the new standard.

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The Wait is Over…Check Out AIAG’s NEW Supply Chain Self-Assessment!

Mar 28, 2018

It’s here! The AIAG Supply Chain Group has officially launched the brand new Materials Management and Logistics Knowledge Assessment, now available in the AIAG Store.

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2nd Edition CQI-27: Casting System Assessment is Now Available

Mar 28, 2018

The CQI-27 Special Process: Casting System Assessment 2nd edition provides requirements for foundry suppliers of OEM automotive castings. It is a collective effort by OEM and Tier 1 customers to create common process requirements for foundries, requirements which our shared experiences tell us will benefit the foundry industry for their OEM automotive customers.  The objective is to have robust processes which minimize the risk of casting defects in automotive applications.

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