Ready for more Future Automotive Expert (FAE) content? Check out the following recordings from the first quarter of 2023 and the latest event on May 2nd.Read More
In 2021, the AIAG Quality Steering Committee (QSC) asked a critical question: Considering Industry 4.0, what will the automotive industry and it’s “tools of quality” look like in the next 5-10 years?Read More
Ready for your next AIAG training? While spots are still available for May and June sessions, we're already looking ahead to July. Simply click the links below to learn more and register today!Read More
Providing best practices and requirements for designing and implementing an Optimum Shipping and Receiving System (OS/RS) to improve the safety and efficiency of delivering parts from suppliers to automotive plants, our latest version of the M-6 handbook is now available at the AIAG Store!Read More
Registration is now available for our next FAE event! Join us on Tuesday, May 2nd, to hear from Christian Aigner (SCM Planning Ford Europe, Ford) and Terry Onica (Director, Automotive, QAD Inc.), as they explore, "Supply Chain Careers in Materials Management/Logistics - Fostering Healthier Supply Chains."Read More
With new and updated courses – including our USMCA Content Reporting - 1 Day training, updated Global MMOG/LE Implementation Training - 6th Edition, and VDA 6.3 - Upgrade from VDA 6.3 (2016) to VDA 6.3 (2023) course – we've got plenty of options to choose from throughout the spring months.Read More
Developed in collaboration with industry experts from OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers, and molding suppliers, the CQI-23 Special Process: Molding System Assessment – now in its second edition – provides a common approach to a plastic molding management system for automotive production and service part organizations.Read More
The global Guiding Principles and Practical Guidance documents are now available in Chinese, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese, and Turkish.
While the base principles of Quality and quality management systems aren’t changing, electrification and other new technologies continue to shape the future of mobility – making it more critical than ever to harness the power of new technology.