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Marcela Garcia says that the World Customs Organization’s Approved Economic Operator (AEO) program is “here to stay” and that it is turning into a “business philosophy.” Garcia’s remarks were made during a video interview at AIAG’s Customs Town Hall in Livonia, Michigan, on November 17, 2015.Read More
Are you being asked by your customer to use certain labeling practices but you don’t know where to find them? AIAG has the labeling guides and standards you are looking for. Want to hear something else great? If your company is an AIAG member, all three of these documents are available to you for FREE in eDocument version. Take advantage of your member benefits and order your free electronic versions of these three indispensable guides to proper labeling today.Read More
AIAG conducted short, on-site video interviews with key speakers at its recent Customs Town Hall event to capture the most important takeaways from their presentations. The video interviews will be distributed to AIAG members via its popular e-newsletters throughout the next several weeks.Read More
AIAG is establishing a Finished Vehicle Logistics Oversight Committee to provide FVL representation to the auto industry and those involved in the material handling of automotive vehicles. The FVL Oversight Committee will report directly to AIAG’s Supply Chain Steering Committee.Read More
To prepare for the new Trans-Pacific Partnership, North American automotive executives should start thinking about how to approach and analyze the TPP rules of origin issues in the context of other competitive issues currently on their plate.Read More
At the upcoming annual AIAG & AASA Automotive OEM & Suppliers Purchasing Leadership Summit (Dec 2, 2015, Shanghai), Mr. J. Scot Sharland, CEO of AIAG, will update AIAG Key Initiatives on Quality, Supply Chain and CSR for China Automotive OEMs and Suppliers.
Delegates at the September 2015 Automotive Logistics Global conference in Detroit had a healthy discussion about where waste lies in the finished vehicle logistics supply chain and what possible steps can be taken to reduce it. According to a report by Rachael Hogg in Automotive Logistics e-newsletter, Marc Brazeau, Chrysler’s head of NAFTA vehicle transportation, said it takes discipline to figure out where the actual waste is. “This can save cost and improve margins, not just for us, but for service providers,” he said.Read More