Grab Your Seat Today – USMCA Content Reporting and Harmonized Tariff Schedule Overview Trainings are Coming Soon!

Jan 12, 2021

Ready to kick off the new year with a training course, but not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered! Sessions are coming soon for both our USMCA Content Reporting and HTS Harmonized Tariff Schedule Overview courses – and best of all, a $100 discount is available when you take both within a month of each other! Simply reach out to our customer service team (1-877-275-2424) for more information and be sure to click the links below to learn more about these unique training opportunities.

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Mark Your Calendar! The 8th Annual Auto Industry Certificate in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Kicks Off on February 11, 2021

Jan 12, 2021

Offered by Wayne State University in cooperation with AIAG, this non-degree certificate program was designed to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of supply chain issues in the context of the global automotive industry.

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USCBP Offers New Information on How Transportation Industry Can Help Reduce Human Trafficking

Jan 12, 2021

New information on human trafficking from the U.S. Customs & Border Protection presented in a webinar last week is now available on the AIAG website. Moderated by Assistant Director Field Operations Tinesha Cherry, the webinar discusses how the transportation industry is uniquely positioned to help recognize and report human trafficking.

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SAVE THE DATE — FEBRUARY 10th For AIAG 2021 Speaker Series Webinar: USMCA — Beyond Implementation and into Best Practice

Jan 12, 2021

Join AIAG and our esteemed panelists for a FREE webinar on February 10th, 2021 at 11:00am EST to discuss the automotive impacts of the USMCA Free Trade Agreement, which was implemented in July 2020.  Since implementation, many questions have been answered; however, some still remain as the automotive manufacturing community gets fully up to speed on compliance protocols and industry best practices.  

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Start 2021 Off Right with Complimentary Cybersecurity Resources!

Jan 12, 2021

If you haven’t checked out our Cyber Initiative page recently, now’s the time! From a two-part webinar on cyber risk and insurance, to links to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s cybersecurity eLearning and resource pages, we’ve compiled a number of free resources to help you bolster your cybersecurity efforts in 2021 and beyond.

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AIAG Met the Challenges of 2020 Thanks to Volunteers, Sponsors, and Exhibitors

Dec 03, 2020

As the year comes to a close, AIAG would like to extend a sincere thank you to all the work group, project team, steering committee, and other supply chain volunteers who have helped AIAG continue to advance its initiatives for the industry during a very tough year for our country and our world.

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FCA’s Steve Britt: AIAG Volunteers Achieve What Individuals Cannot Do Alone

Dec 03, 2020

Steve Britt, senior manager — customs at FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, leads customs and international trade functions with teams in the United States, Mexico, and Canada. He is responsible for all import and export operations and compliance activities as well as providing strategic direction for risk mitigation and duty optimization activities.

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WILL THE THIRD TIME BE THE CHARM? MODERN SLAVERY LEGISLATION INTRODUCED AGAIN IN CANADA'S PARLIAMENT

Dec 03, 2020

In the weeks ahead, the Senate will be turning its attention to Bill S-216. The Bill, if passed, will enact Canada's first modern slavery disclosure legislation.

The proposed Modern Slavery Act would require mandatory modern slavery disclosure by companies subject to the Act, as well as an amendment to the Customs Tariff to prohibit the importation of goods produced using forced labour (which is already prohibited) and goods made by children.

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Are Your Systems Secure?

Nov 17, 2020

Did you know that the U.S. Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Agency (CISA) offers free resources like their Telework tips and security considerations to help you and your colleagues establish a safe work from home environment? While these tools are always valuable for organizations throughout the supply chain, they're particularly useful in our current climate of increased cyber risk as many professionals continue to work remotely.

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Worker Proficiency: Starting Over

Nov 05, 2020

In late spring of this year, automakers in the United States began ramping up production after a nearly two-month shutdown to contain COVID-19. By then, the virus had sickened millions and killed thousands of Americans and forced businesses across the traumatized nation to close.

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