Looking for automotive suppliers who understand and have committed to the power of quality and collaboration? AIAG members that know the value of networking can be found in Supplier Connect and are more than willing to collaborate with you.
AIAG’s Supply Safe Program, hailed as the “next evolution in border security,” reduces redundancy and strengthens security through an united industry effort.
This conference has been growing every year as automakers and suppliers are faced with expanding regulatory requirements. This is your opportunity to learn about key trends as well as best practices that will help your company comply.Read More
You and your suppliers understand the challenges related to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which requires compliance reporting by every SEC-reporting company with products that contain conflict minerals (tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold). It’s no surprise that — given the complexity of the rule and the extent of the effort required to comply — many companies struggle with reaching a determination as to their DRC conflict minerals status. Common reasons include:Read More
Tanya Bolden, AIAG’s director, corporate responsibility products and services, has accepted her nomination to the Corporate Responsibility Association’s advisory board. The CRA advisory board acts as the advising body of the association and dedicates itself to improving the services, programs, communication, and benefits available to its members. Bolden joins a group of 14 other CR leaders on the advisory board and will be the board’s second representative from the automotive industry.Read More
Water scarcity and extreme weather conditions are among the biggest environmental risks that companies are faced with today. These risks have the potential to cause major sourcing disruptions to the supply chain and create an unsafe working environment for employees. To help mitigate these threats, companies should strive to build resilient supply chains through proper environmental risk management and planning. In particular, companies looking to gain a competitive advantage and safeguard against environmental risks should consider two key areas of focus: commodity sourcing and health and safety issues.
AIAG’s corporate responsibility work groups are seeking your input to help shape their direction for 2015.
As a member, you have much to contribute, and volunteering on an AIAG committee, advisory group, or work group gives your company a seat at the table and an influential voice in the discussion. It’s through the support of thousands of members and industry volunteers working together in a cooperative environment that AIAG is able to create the guidelines and tools that result in streamlined processes and solutions to our industry’s pain points and challenges.Read More
Interested in learning more about how to engage your employees regarding their health or how to address the increasing spend on specialty drugs and biologics? Get involved in AIAG’s Health Care Value Task Force (HVTF) and collaborate with other benefit professionals to address these major challenges. AIAG has worked collaboratively with human resource and benefit professionals from automotive OEMs and suppliers for years, leveraging their economy of scale as purchasers of health care to influence the market place, as well as make improvements in employee engagement.Read More
Why do long-time industry professionals volunteer their time?
We’ve all heard it said: Volunteering for your industry is one of the most important and most needed acts a professional will ever do. But in today’s increasingly challenging global climate, finding time is harder than ever. So why do people do it?Read More
AIAG’s Quality 2020 study identifies automotive pain-points related to customer specific requirements (CSRs) and finds that both OEMs and suppliers have CSR concerns — just not the same ones.