April 17 UFLPA Trade Policy Event is Fast Approaching...Secure Your Spot Today!

Apr 10, 2024

If you got the call that your shipment was stopped today due to potential forced labor violations, would you be ready?

Join AIAG on April 17 for a unique opportunity to explore UFLPA Trade Policy: A Legal Perspective on Compliance with Washington, D.C.-based international trade law attorney Michael P. House.

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CBP Summit Provides Baltimore Bridge Checklist and Pinpoints Upcoming International Trade Areas of Impact

Apr 10, 2024

AIAG participated in the recent U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s 2024 Trade Facilitation and Cargo Security Summit (TFCS) at the end of March in Philadelphia. Here are some highlights from the event of interest to AIAG members.

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Rerouting trucks and ships away from Baltimore: What early data shows

Apr 09, 2024

As the days add up after the March 26 collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge, companies that gather data from trucks and supply chains are beginning to get an idea of where trucks are rerouting in the catastrophe’s wake. Data on ship rerouting is less conclusive.

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5G Is Here — And With It, Greater Vulnerability to Cyberattack

Apr 09, 2024

With every advance in communications technology comes a fresh vulnerability that opens the user to cyberattack.

So it goes with 5G, the so-called fifth generation of cellular connectivity, which has been touted as the new gold standard for network speed, bandwidth, availability and reliability.

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U.S. Providing $710M in Loans to EV Technology Projects

Mar 28, 2024


The U.S. Department of Energy announced February 22 that it had given preliminary approval to almost $710 million in loans for electric vehicle manufacturing projects.

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Early registration now available...sign up for our 2024 Supply Chain Conference today!

Mar 07, 2024

Our annual supply chain event is back! Join us June 20th to explore, "Charging Ahead - Managing EV Risks for a Sustainable Future."

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SUPPLY CHAIN TRANSPARENCY REPORTING BEGINS IN CANADA

Mar 07, 2024

On January 1, 2024, Canada's Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act ("S-211") came into force.

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In Person and Virtual Events Address Critical Forced and Child Labor Legislation

Mar 04, 2024

From last week's webinar on Canada's new S-211 Act against forced and child labor in supply chains, to our hybrid event for both members and non-members on the U.S. Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA), we're bringing in subject matter experts to explore key human rights legislation and its impact on industry. 

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Our Second Annual “Tomorrow’s Leaders Today” (TLT) Program is Fast Approaching – Register ASAP to Secure Your Spot!

Feb 29, 2024

A joint offering from AIAG and Wayne State University (WSU), our second annual Tomorrow’s Leaders Today program helps attendees build supply chain leadership skills — and a network of peers — to better support their success at the next level.

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AIAG Offers New Webinar on the “Perfect Storm” of Forced Labor Legal Changes

Feb 27, 2024

AIAG is offering a new webinar on the legal fight against forced labor in supply chains in North America and Europe. Presented by Stephen Pike, a partner at Gowling WLG in Toronto, the webinar — titled “Dynamic Changes Impacting How Businesses Address Forced Labor in Supply Chain Risks” —includes an overview of recent and upcoming legislative, regulatory, enforcement, and stakeholder developments facing the automotive and other industries in the U.S., Canada, and Europe as businesses around the world work to address forced labor concerns in their own operations and supply chains.

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