AIAG’s Supply Safe program —a common system to help automotive importers and their suppliers comply with the federal government’s Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) — has debuted a new tiered pricing structure to make the program affordable to virtually any company in the industry.Read More
AIAG’s 2015 Quality 2020 study found that OEMs and suppliers both rank problem solving as one of the most critical issues impacting quality. AIAG has formed a team of industry volunteers serving on a Problem Solving Ad Hoc Committee to study the situation and propose future projects to help improve problem solving effectiveness.Read More
AIAG's Greenhouse Gas Workgroup has developed a complimentary training session to increase suppliers’ awareness of water management and how to report via the CDP Water Supply Chain.
AIAG has created a new online portal to help connect OEMs and suppliers who have lost returnable transport items (RTIs) with those who have found them. The AIAG RTI Portal facilitates the process of locating lost RTIs (called orphans) as well as clearing them from the factory floor or warehouse where they were left. The goal is to save the industry time and money by facilitating the search-and-recovery process.
AIAG has developed and launched a new online e-learning platform for the Materials Management Operations Guideline/Logistics Evaluation (MMOG/LE). The e-learning is available now in English and priced affordably for any size supplier. The course will be available in other languages in the near future.
Trish Zarik joined AIAG in October 2015 as the program manager and consultant responsible for the overall activities of AIAG’s Finished Vehicle Logistics Group (FVL), reporting to Lang Ware, director of AIAG’s Supply Chain Services.Read More
Register NOW for this complimentary event for AIAG MEMBERS ONLY. Making Green Cars: How Innovative Plastic and Composite Technologies are Reducing the Carbon Footprint of Today's Vehicles is for those who are NEW to the auto industry: the future experts.
Effective corporate responsibilities require companies to stay informed on the issues confronting them, as well as strategies for economically viable business cases, technical approaches for integration, and insight on how leading companies tackle similar issues.Read More
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 make the extra effort required to do it?
The International Automotive Task Force has approved the first draft of the new ISO/TS 16949 automotive quality standard to include additional stakeholder feedback. The revision work team is preparing for an April 2016 conference to obtain further stakeholder input. The IATF intends to release the transition strategy from ISO/TS 16949:2009 to the new automotive quality standard in April 2016.Read More