In partnership with NQC, a global leader in cyberthreat detection, AIAG has launched a new Supply Safe™: Cyber Initiative in support of industry efforts to protect shared data throughout the supply chain.Read More
As previously announced, AIAG and the South Carolina Automotive Council (SCAC) are partnering for a third year on their highly successful Supply Chain and Quality Conference. Scheduled for September 12 – 13, 2019, at the Trident Technical College in North Charleston, South Carolina, this unique and dynamic event covers the most relevant topics in supply chain and quality and is designed to benefit automotive companies of all sizes.Read More
What makes AIAG’s Customs Town Hall unique? Those who have attended in the past will tell you it’s all about the people – and we absolutely agree. From sponsors and exhibitors, to speakers and attendees, this event is a fantastic opportunity to network with peers while learning the latest updates from customs compliance experts and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).Read More
AIAG volunteer and leader of the Finished Vehicle Logistics Damage Claims committee, Sean Grant, who works as Ford’s supervisor of vehicle shipping quality and claims, shares his perspective on the work group’s key initiatives and industry challenges with Finished Vehicle Quality.Read More
AIAG, in partnership with NQC – a global leader in cyberthreat detection – today announced the launch of a suite of cybersecurity tools to help automotive suppliers compare their current cybersecurity capabilities to industry best practices. The Supply Safe™: Cyber Safe Bundle includes a one-time third party virtual audit, along with either a basic or advanced enterprise risk assessment. Together, these resources allow suppliers to evaluate their overall cybersecurity efforts and identify the most critical areas for improvement.
To allow participants to complete the survey at their convenience, we've extended the time period it will remain open. This survey will now be available for completion through Friday, August 9th!
The automotive supply chain space is on the verge of significant change involving global megatrends such as digitalization, generational turnover, trade policy shifts, cybersecurity threats, and even changing mindsets on vehicle ownership, to name a few. Within each of these spaces, diverse influences change the resulting optics – making it critical to shine an objective light on these issues to keep industry informed.Read More
A major reason the Finished Vehicle Logistics (FVL) division of Supply Chain Management continues to grow exponentially at AIAG is due to the support and guidance provided by our volunteers and specifically those leading the FVL Oversight Committee.Read More
British vehicle transporter ECM has expressed concerns about implications for the automotive industry should the UK exit the European Union (EU) without an agreement on October 31.Read More
A product manufactured today that is eligible under the original NAFTA program may no longer be eligible under the newly negotiated trade agreement – commonly referred to as NAFTA 2.0. Karin Muller, director, customer compliance and trade governance for Magna International, and Steve Gardon, vice president, global indirect taxes and customs, Lear Corporation, who head up AIAG’s NAFTA 2.0 Workgroup, will present an important session on what they describe as the “ABCs of USMCA” and the differences between it and NAFTA at the upcoming AIAG Supply Chain Summit, June 18, 2019.Read More
AIAG is launching its MMOG/LE Version 5, and long-time, award-winning AIAG volunteer Terry Onica has been on the frontlines in implementing updates and training on the new platform, which will replace the prior Excel assessment. The MMOG/LE Version 5 global volunteer workgroup was comprised of experts from AIAG, Odette, QAD, Volvo, ZF, Ford, FCA, Continental, GALIA, SMMT, General Motors, and VDA. Their revision of MMOG/LE took about 18 months to complete and was reviewed by 35 stakeholders.Read More