At AIAG, we believe in the value of shared knowledge and resources, because we know from experience that we go farther together. In this spirit, one question we consistently ask is how we can better support the entire supply chain, including your organization and suppliers. The answer, in part, is by attending events like Supplier Days where we can help spread the word about AIAG to your supply base.
If you’re planning on taking a training course this year, there’s no time like the present! The following list includes just a few of our courses offered this February and March.Read More
Share the news and earn rewards! AIAG’s referral program has a positive payoff; when a member refers a non-member company to us – and they become a member – the original member will receive a $100 credit to use on anything at AIAG.*Read More
The updated Guiding Principles includes new and expanded content to provide more timely and relevant guidance to suppliers on the latest industry expectations. This amended document is also accompanied by a new supplementary resource, which provides examples of actions organizations can take to engage in best practices with regards to business ethics, human rights, working conditions, and environmental leadership.Read More
It’s back! Wayne State University and the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) have once again partnered together to offer their fifth annual non-degree certification program in purchasing and supply chain management. The joint WSU/AIAG program, which consists of separate winter and fall classroom terms, officially kicks off on February 15, 2018.Read More
Change in the automotive industry is a given – but how do we prepare for and respond to it? The path to answering this question began with another question: Which corporate responsibility issues will the automotive industry encounter over the next decade?Read More
More than 400 automotive quality professionals attended the 2017 AIAG Quality Summit on September 19-20, 2017, at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan, leaving very few seats in the general addresses and standing-room only in many of the most popular breakout sessions. This level of participation — supported by over 40 exhibitors and sponsors — made this year’s Quality Summit one of the most engaging and valuable quality events in recent years.Read More