New CBP-led ACE Reporting Classes Available This May!

Apr 08, 2021

In response to industry demand, we’re excited to announce the launch of two ACE reporting courses next month only, as these classes are scheduled just once per calendar year.

Led by Carlos R. Rodriguez from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the two-hour ACE Reporting Demonstration for Import training is scheduled for May 11, 2021, and the ACE Reporting Demonstration for Export course is scheduled for the following day, May 12, 2021.

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Registration is Open For the 2021 Supply Chain + International Trade Summit!

Apr 08, 2021

 

Registration is now open for our inaugural Virtual Supply Chain + International Trade Summit! Join us on September 9, 2021, to explore, “Connecting the Links of the Supply Chain: Leveraging the Power of Process, Technology and Change.”

 

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New Versions of Supply Chain Publications Now Available at the AIAG Store

Apr 08, 2021

Updated supply chain publications are now available! Head to the AIAG Store today to find newly revised versions of the Guideline for Returnable Transport Items (RTIs) Identification, and the Global Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Item Level Standard.

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MMOG.np Updates Scheduled for End of April

Apr 08, 2021

Coming Soon! MMOG.np enhancements are scheduled to launch at the end of April. Here’s what to expect:

  • Improved user management – company administrators in MMOG.np will have more flexibility to manage user profiles.
  • Advanced assessment export – this new feature allows company and site administrators to select/filter their assessments by site, customer, MMOG/LE version, data and status, and to export the data in an external CSV file that can easily be converted into an Excel file to make reports.
  • All tables in MMOG.np can now be exported as CSV files.
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The US has a new trade chief. What supply chains can expect on tariffs and China.

Apr 07, 2021

Trade didn't make it into the Biden administration's seven immediate priorities. It's not a subject where analysts and former trade representatives expect to see big moves or a flurry of activity.

But that hasn't deterred newly-confirmed U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai.

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China remains top US trade partner, Mexico No. 2

Apr 07, 2021

China was the United States’ top trading partner for the 10th consecutive month in January, and was No. 1 overall in 2020, according to U.S. Census Bureau data released Friday.

Mexico was No. 2, as its total trade with the U.S. fell 1.3% to $48.5 billion in January, compared to the same period in 2019. Canada was third with $45.8 billion.

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Free Through June 2021 – Don’t Miss Out On Complimentary Industry Resources!

Mar 25, 2021

As AIAG continues to support the industry throughout the recovery period and beyond, we’re offering many of our mission critical tools, resources, and best practices free through June 2021 – to both members and non-members.

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Secure Your Spot Today – Our Next USMCA Content Reporting Course is Scheduled For Mid-March!

Mar 04, 2021

As the only industry-endorsed training of its kind, AIAG’s USMCA Content Reporting course was developed by a highly qualified group of volunteers from numerous OEMs, heavy truck manufacturers, and Tier 1 suppliers, along with guidance from trusted trade compliance experts.

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CBP Issues CTPAT Alert Warning of Cyber Threats

Mar 02, 2021

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued a CTPAT alert late January warning of cyber threats arising from many CTPAT members working from home during the pandemic. CBP stated that harmful individuals may try to exploit weaknesses associated with remote work, such as email phishing attacks with malicious links.

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Christopher Swift: ‘Biden’s Focus Is on National Security — not Regulations’

Mar 02, 2021

Christopher Swift, JD, PhD, is a partner and litigator with Foley & Lardner LLP, specializing in international and national security practices, where he counsels clients on a variety of trade-related issues. Dr. Swift recently spoke to AIAG’s Export Compliance Advisory Group (ECAG), providing important updates on current export compliance issues and concerns. The AIAG ECAG group collaborates to share industry knowledge and create best-in-class programs for effective export compliance in the automotive and related spaces. The committee reviews changing export regulations and critical elements of effective export compliance procedures, sharing training and development opportunities throughout the industry.

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