Developed by AIAG’s USMCA Work Group, this new FAQ document provides industry-based answers to your most common USMCA questions.Read More
Join us this October, November, or December for upcoming sessions of our most popular Supply Chain courses! Check out specific dates for these trainings listed below and be sure to click the individual links for more detail.Read More
During the September 9th AIAG Supply Chain + International Trade Summit, Dave Leich, GM’s executive director, global supply chain, spoke candidly about the challenges of the past 18 months.
“There has been unprecedented volatility and uncertainty across the supply chain,” he said, “including a world pandemic, semiconductor crisis, raw material shortages, shipping delays, natural disaster events, and drastic swings in automotive demand.”Read More
The global supply chain, where goods are shipped all over the world, is already stretched thin thanks to a year and a half of operating during a pandemic. It really doesn’t need hackers mucking things up further.Read More
Never before have the complexities and the crucial role of supply chains been so clear to the public. Issues related to supply and demand of certain products have highlighted the need for greater visibility into inventories and movement through distribution. But that is not the only issue on people's minds.Read More
There’s still time to register for the 2021 AIAG Supply Chain + International Trade Summit, quickly approaching next week on September 9th. With the theme “Connecting the Links of the Supply Chain: Leveraging the Power of Process, Technology, and Change,” this virtual event explores a range of current and emerging trends with a lineup of the automotive industry’s strongest supply chain leaders and experts.Read More
The fear voiced by Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka earlier this year was that “we will still have vessels at anchor come midsummer,” when terminals pivot to handling the peak season rush starting around Aug. 1.
It is now midsummer. There are still vessels at anchor — a lot of them.Read More
Welcome back! Following a summer break period, sessions are resuming for the 2021 WSU/AIAG Auto Industry Certificate in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management program – and we’re eager to see this year’s phenomenal group of participants continue to make great strides.
Designed to provide high potential candidates with an in-depth understanding of supply chain issues in the context of the global vehicle industry, this unique program is led by professionals from both industry and academia, and includes a mix of discussions and lectures, a company-related project and presentation, case studies, and much more.Read More