Human trafficking and forced labor continue to be prevalent in the global supply chain. With an increasing global push to regulate supply chain due diligence, along with associated enforcement due to the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act, Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, and the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act, companies can no longer afford to consider this area of risk a low priority.Read More
Brazil is to trial a new project involving blockchain that it hopes could streamline its customs processes.
According to www.contxto.com, the country's Receita Federal is launching bCONNECT to see if the technology can assist with security, identity verification and cost management.
According to the latest statistics, the average cost of a cybersecurity incident is now approaching $200,000, and yet, only 31% of small companies have cyber insurance, and 70% said that they have no intention to purchase a policy.
AIAG, in partnership with Thomson Reuters, has launched the third and final report in the Supply Chain 2025 survey initiative!Read More
As an AIAG member, you have so much to contribute – and volunteering on an AIAG committee or workgroup gives your company a seat at the table and an influential voice in the discussion. The support of thousands of members and industry volunteers working together in a cooperative environment makes it possible for AIAG to create the guidelines and tools that result in streamlined processes and solutions to our industry’s pain points and challenges.Read More
Register today for Forced Labor – The Potential Impact to Your Global Supply Chain co-presented by AIAG and Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE Global Trade.Read More
Registration is now open for the 2020 Corporate Responsibility Summit on April 28–29, 2020, at Suburban Collection Showcase in Novi, Michigan. Plan to join us to learn industry best practices and gain actionable insights on how ESG data impacts your company's reputation.Read More