PwC's Autofacts Americas leader and senior automotive analyst Brandon Mason told a packed house at the 2016 AIAG Supply Chain Summit that the emergence of alternative mobility technologies and trends is going to have an impact up and down the automotive supply chain. “The supply chain is going to fundamentally change, with completely new players entering the field,” he says.
The 2016 Quality Summit, "Surviving and Thriving Through Industry Transformation," will be focused on helping organizations — from global OEM's, to mega-sized system suppliers, to smaller parts suppliers, materials, and service providers — adapt their systems and prepare their personnel to not only survive, but thrive and excel during the transformation of the automotive industry.Read More
Through collaborations with a new group of certified training and publications partners around the world, the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) is helping international automotive companies ensure that all employees have access to the same critical content in quality and materials management.Read More
Plan to attend AIAG’s first Finished Vehicle Logistics Conference to learn more about the forecast for vehicle production in Mexico and how industry leaders are planning to address the impending shortfall of capacity to handle that production.Read More
AIAG has announced the appointment of Mr. Courtney W. Harvath, senior director, supply chain, Ryder System, Inc., and Mr. Jeffrey S. Wagner, corporate quality director, powertrain, and global quality director, Sealing & Gaskets Business Unit, Federal-Mogul Corporation, to its board of directors. More than 20 executives from the automotive and transportation OEM and supplier community currently serve on the AIAG board, representing a cross-section of its member companies.Read More
Volunteering on an AIAG committee or work group gives your company a seat at the table and an influential voice in the discussion. The support of thousands of members and industry volunteers working together in a cooperative environment makes it possible for AIAG to create the guidelines and tools that result in streamlined processes and solutions to our industry’s pain points and challenges. But finding time is harder than ever. So why do people make the extra effort required to do it?
In almost everything in quality there are multiple facets of responsibility. The same applies when we talk about cyber security and threat assessment. So how do we protect those who depend on the products and services we provide?Read More
The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) has released a new webcast to increase automotive supplier awareness of water management issues and help them prepare for reporting to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) water program, which is due by July 28, 2016. A live event recorded in May 2016, the “Water Management in Automotive Supply Chain” webcast is available on AIAG’s website at www.aiag.org/store/training/webcasts and is free to members and the industry at large.Read More
AIAG and Wayne State University's Mike Ilitch School of Business are collaborating on an innovative new initiative to develop talent in global automotive purchasing and supply chain management. Called the Global Automotive Purchasing Supply Chain Network (GAPSCN or "Gap-Scan"), the program helps provide community college, undergraduate, graduate, and adult continuing education curricula with real-world lecture material, automotive case studies, best practices, knowledge assessments, and standards.Read More
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 the automotive industry’s pain-points and challenges.Read More