AIAG’s Global Materials Management Operational Guidelines/Logistical Evaluation (MMOG/LE) provides industry best practices, establishes a common definition of materials practices to facilitate effective communication between trading partners, and is the global standard for supply chain management processes.Read More
The ePOD standard provides manufacturers, carriers, and dealers with a common structure and protocol that can be adapted and enhanced to fit into all processes.Read More
Put Tuesday, September 15th on your calendar for two courses that will help you meet customs requirements and simplify your processes.
A common C-TPAT questionnaire provides a process for supply chain partners to become certified as a low-risk security threat for multiple OEMs.
Register early for these two popular events. The third annual Packaging Technical Networking Session is on November 10, 2015 and the 2015 Customs Town Hall will take place on November 17, 2015. Both are now open for registration!Read More
The 2015 Supply Chain Summit is approaching quickly. With updates from AIAG industry experts, member companies and invited technical experts, the summit provides an excellent opportunity for OEM’s and suppliers of all sizes to mitigate risk, manage uncertainty and realize more predictable outcomes in the Supply Chain space. Regular registration closes June 2, 2015, so be sure to register now to get the best rates available.Read More
The 2015 Supply Chain Summit is fast approaching! The all-day event, which will be held in Livonia, Michigan on Tuesday, June 16th, will focus on “Mitigating Risk and Managing Uncertainty” in the automotive industry.Read More
OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers need their Tier 2 and Tier 3 suppliers to help them be competitive in today’s automotive market. But what do the OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers really want and need from their suppliers? AIAG and leadership of OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers came together to identify the key issues of quality supplier resources:Read More
The supply chain is truly the heart of the automotive industry. It's what moves products, creates business relationships, and builds products consumers purchase over and over again. Clearly, your business needs to take supply chain management into consideration - but how do you determine where your products fall in the larger picture? What is the supply chain, really, and how can your business become a trusted part of it?