AIAG’s Supply Safe program —a common system to help automotive importers and their suppliers comply with the federal government’s Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) — has debuted a new tiered pricing structure to make the program affordable to virtually any company in the industry.Read More
AIAG has created a new online portal to help connect OEMs and suppliers who have lost returnable transport items (RTIs) with those who have found them. The AIAG RTI Portal facilitates the process of locating lost RTIs (called orphans) as well as clearing them from the factory floor or warehouse where they were left. The goal is to save the industry time and money by facilitating the search-and-recovery process.
Join AIAG on May 10, 2016 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm for the first of its two scheduled Supply Chain Packaging Technical Networking sessions in 2016. This half-day session at AIAG’s headquarters in Southfield will focus on the latest trends and challenges facing automotive inbound supply chains from a packaging perspective.Read More
AIAG has developed and launched a new online e-learning platform for the Materials Management Operations Guideline/Logistics Evaluation (MMOG/LE). The e-learning is available now in English and priced affordably for any size supplier. The course will be available in other languages in the near future.
The new dates for the 2nd annual Automotive Industry Global Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Executive Seminar are October 31- November 4. Space is limited so register early to ensure your spot!
Trish Zarik joined AIAG in October 2015 as the program manager and consultant responsible for the overall activities of AIAG’s Finished Vehicle Logistics Group (FVL), reporting to Lang Ware, director of AIAG’s Supply Chain Services.Read More
Although mandatory use of the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) for all electronic entry and entry summary filing began February 28, 2016, a dozen additional Partner Government Agencies (PGAs) will come online in July 2016, and mandatory use of ACE for all remaining electronic portions of the Canadian Border Patrol (CBP) cargo process begins October 1, 2016Read More
AIAG has one of the most dedicated and experienced groups of volunteers in the automotive industry, and these experts achieved an impressive collection of accomplishments in 2015.Read More
AIAG knows how to work together to fix the problems of tomorrow. That’s why we assemble over 600 industry volunteers, from OEMs to suppliers, to collaborate and create common solutions for their manufacturing and supply chain issues.Read More