Did you know that the Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) requires IMDS submission for each part number before PPAP approval can be granted to the supplier?
Whether you’re already familiar with IMDS and simply looking to brush up on your skills (and understand upcoming changes), or still learning the ins and outs of the system, our 2023 Hybrid IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference is one you won’t want to miss.
Check out key session highlights below, and be sure to secure your in-person or virtual spot ASAP for this year’s October 17-18 event!
Product Carbon Footprint in IMDS – Introduction and Status: Led by Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center GmbH’s Oliver Schmid (Senior Engineer, Circular Economy), this session will focus on how Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) reporting is intended to be added to IMDS, along with the current status of discussions in related work groups.
US Battery Passport: Amphenol’s Director, Business Development - Electrification, Brian Engle will lead this discussion on the US Battery Passport, how it compares to the EU Battery Passport, and how it will impact you and your company moving forward.
REACH, ELV, ECHA Updates and Activities: Featuring Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center GmbH’s Manager, Environmental Affairs, Timo Unger, this presentation will provide an overview of the latest legislative ongoings, as well as EU automotive industry responses and actions.
Beginners Guide to Battery Passport: Find out how the new EU battery passport regulation is driving collaboration and standardization across the ecosystem in this session with Ford Motor Company’s Supply Chain Digitization Strategy & Advanced Tech Integration Manager, Pramita Mitra.
IMDS 14.0 and Beyond: Introducing the next round of major IMDS enhancements – which may include changes for in-house tool providers – this session with DXC Technology’s Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Senior Consultant, Chuck LePard, will explore IMDS 14 “and beyond.”
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