Secure Your Spot Today for May Training at AIAG

Mar 05, 2024

It's time to explore May training at AIAG! Check out the following list to see what's up next, and be sure to click the linked titles to learn more at the AIAG Store.

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In Person and Virtual Events Address Critical Forced and Child Labor Legislation

Mar 04, 2024

From last week's webinar on Canada's new S-211 Act against forced and child labor in supply chains, to our hybrid event for both members and non-members on the U.S. Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA), we're bringing in subject matter experts to explore key human rights legislation and its impact on industry. 

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Mark your Calendar and Register for Spring Events Today

Mar 04, 2024

If you haven't visited the AIAG Event Store lately, now's the time! From the April 17 UFLPA trade policy event at AIAG headquarters (and online for virtual attendees), to our November 7 Customs Town Hall, be sure to check out details for upcoming events below and reserve your spot(s) ASAP.

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AIAG 2024 Quality Summit Call for Speakers

Mar 04, 2024

Prospective Speaker: The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) welcomes your proposal for a session presentation at our annual Quality Summit, October 3-4, 2024. The theme for this year’s summit is “Electrifying the Future: Advancing Mobility.”

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Our Second Annual “Tomorrow’s Leaders Today” (TLT) Program is Fast Approaching – Register ASAP to Secure Your Spot!

Feb 29, 2024

A joint offering from AIAG and Wayne State University (WSU), our second annual Tomorrow’s Leaders Today program helps attendees build supply chain leadership skills — and a network of peers — to better support their success at the next level.

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AIAG Offers New Webinar on the “Perfect Storm” of Forced Labor Legal Changes

Feb 27, 2024

AIAG is offering a new webinar on the legal fight against forced labor in supply chains in North America and Europe. Presented by Stephen Pike, a partner at Gowling WLG in Toronto, the webinar — titled “Dynamic Changes Impacting How Businesses Address Forced Labor in Supply Chain Risks” —includes an overview of recent and upcoming legislative, regulatory, enforcement, and stakeholder developments facing the automotive and other industries in the U.S., Canada, and Europe as businesses around the world work to address forced labor concerns in their own operations and supply chains.

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USTR Releases President Biden’s 2024 Trade Policy Agenda and 2023 Annual Report

Feb 23, 2024

The Office of the United States Trade Representative today released President Biden’s 2024 Trade Policy Agenda and 2023 Annual Report to Congress, which details USTR’s work to advance President Biden’s trade agenda.  The President’s 2024 Trade Policy Agenda stands up for workers’ rights and sustainable trade practices, supports U.S. farmers, ranchers, fishers, and food manufacturers, bolsters supply chain resilience, addresses unfair policies and practices, and advances inclusive, durable trade policy through expanded engagement.    

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CARM (Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Assessment and Revenue Management)

Feb 22, 2024

CARM (Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Assessment and Revenue Management) is a new multi-phase, multi-year initiative that will modernize, streamline, and transform the collection of duties and taxes on goods imported into Canada. CARM allows trade chain partners to have an online cloud-based portal where they can view their business numbers, apply for new business numbers, make payments of duties and taxes, view their statements of accounts with CBSA, and much more.

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State of the Industry Supplier Assessment Questionnaire Webinar: "Quantify the Burden on Industry"

Feb 20, 2024

Due in part to growing global legislation, regulations, and customer specific requirements, requests for supplier data have reached an all-time high, driving verification, reporting, and compliance activities for ESG, chemical regulatory, and financial viability issues.

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The Future of IMDS: Part Two

Feb 19, 2024

This is part of a series in which we recap sessions from the 2023 IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference. The previous newsletter covered part one of The Future of IMDS, which can be read here. Here’s part two.

Chemical and sustainability information demands are increasing, and while IMDS is the tool to supply this information, a more dynamic approach and a more refined release process are needed and are in the works.

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