Did you miss our August 24 and September 12 Future Automotive Expert (FAE) events? Well, you’re in luck because the recordings just hit the Available Now Webinars section of the AIAG Store, and they’re free for members. Here’s more information about why you’ll want to watch both of these hour-long gems.Read More
Have you heard that Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) reporting at the part and material level is being added to the next version of IMDS? As the IMDS Steering Committee works with Catena-X to develop the rulebook on these new reporting requirements, this year’s Hybrid IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference is more critical than ever.
Registration is now open for our 2023 IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan! This year's hybrid event will explore, "Transitioning IMDS from Materials Compliance to the Circular Economy," with two full days of presentations from industry and subject matter experts.Read More
Emeline King’s Historic Accomplishments
Join us on August 24, 2023, to hear from Emeline King — the first African American woman to work as a transportation designer for Ford Motor Company — during this unique webinar event based on her autobiography, What Do You Mean A Black Girl Can't Design Cars? Emeline King, She Did It!Read More
The science is clear: Companies need to halve greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2030 and reach net zero by 2050 to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. For some years, companies have had the chance to commit to these targets via the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) and directly contribute to reaching the goals of The Paris Agreement. Thankfully, the number of commitments from business has risen exponentially.
The IMDS conference has added a new topic to this year’s event on October 17–18, 2023: We are including sustainability, and this year's focus is on greenhouse gas reporting.Read More
Featuring Ford Motor Company's Head of Supplier Diversity & Warranty Recovery, Travis Spencer, this webinar focuses on how an effective supplier diversity program can provide economic benefits to corporations, diverse businesses, and communities.Read More
Both enforcement agencies and consumers increasingly are focused on manufacturers’ supply chains. Human rights enforcement frameworks increasingly have real teeth. Both the United States and the European Union either have, or are in the process of adopting, real enforcement mechanisms to protect against the importation of goods made using forced labor.Read More