Why Do We Use IMDS? How Will it Impact You?

Aug 24, 2017

This year’s IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference addresses those questions and many more, with a focus on the evolution of the International Material Data System (IMDS), and the specific reasons we use this global reporting tool. A member of the IMDS Steering Committee will be onsite to share further information on new enhancements for IMDS.

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Developing an Anti-Human Trafficking Compliance Program

Aug 24, 2017

As the reality of human trafficking and modern slavery continues to make headlines around the world, automotive manufacturers and their supply chains are operating with heightened awareness. At AIAG’s 2017 Corporate Responsibility Summit, Michael R. Littenberg, partner in the securities and public companies practice group at Ropes & Gray, provided attendees with an overview of the challenges as well as updates on how governments and corporations are doing their part to combat the problem.

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AIAG VIDEO INTERVIEW: Honda’s Thomas Crawford Encourages Suppliers to Weigh in on New OEM Intellectual Property Security Requirements

Aug 21, 2017

Thomas Crawford, regional data chief for Honda North America, is encouraging automotive industry suppliers and service providers to look at a list of intellectual property security requirements that OEMs have been working on and provide feedback on what should be focused and strengthened.

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Last Chance at Early Bird Pricing for Annual Customs Town Hall

Aug 10, 2017

Register by September 8, 2017, to take advantage of early registration pricing for the popular Customs Town Hall. Regular registration ends October 26, 2017. 

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AIAG NAMES CATERPILLAR’S DOUG WESTON TO ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Aug 01, 2017

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) announces the appointment of Doug Weston, director of purchasing - Global Supply Network Division for Caterpillar Inc., to its board of directors.

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Join AIAG and SCAC at the Premier Automotive Supply Chain Event in the Southeast!

Aug 01, 2017

The inaugural SCAC/AIAG Supply Chain and Quality Conference will draw constituents from both the South Carolina Automotive Council and the Automotive Industry Action Group to share best practices, discuss the latest trends and technology innovations, learn critical policy changes, and evaluate key strategies for decision making in the disrupted industry.

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Data Rich and Knowledge Poor: (Some) Quality Heresies

Aug 01, 2017

Abraham Lincoln, Google teams, and Dr. W. Edward Deming are names synonymous with great leadership. Come hear Glen Voglesong, Concurrent Engineering Lead in R&D with Faurecia's Automotive Seating BG, share personal insights on the subject, as well as what these pioneers and others have had to say that will help us focus less on being experts and more on leadership.

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Register Now for the 2017 Quality Summit

Aug 01, 2017

Quality professionals are encouraged to register now for the 2017 Quality Summit, one of AIAG’s most popular and well-attended annual events. AIAG has posted the full agenda and speaker information for this year’s Quality Summit, scheduled for September 19-20, 2017, at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan.

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Early Registration for IMDS Conference Ends August 12

Aug 01, 2017

Register by August 12 to save on this annual event coming October 12 – 13, 2017, at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan.                      

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AIAG VIDEO INTERVIEW: Trade Policy Expert Warns that U.S. Auto Suppliers May Not Be Ready for Wave of Change Coming Quickly Under New Administration

Jul 31, 2017

Birgit Matthiesen, director, Canada-U.S. cross border business affairs for Arent Fox LLP, says automotive parts suppliers may not be prepared for the wave of change that is coming at them quickly on the trade policy front. Her comments, made during an exclusive on-camera interview at the annual AIAG Supply Chain Summit held June 20, 2017, in Livonia, Michigan, were not critical — she simply points out that the changes are coming fast, and the industry hasn’t got much time to prepare.

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