Brian Engle: ‘Decrease Your Dependence’

Jan 23, 2024

EV expert Brian Engle says we are in the midst of a new era of supply chain management, one of reducing dependencies and vertically integrating your manufacturing process. As business development director, electrification for Amphenol’s Advanced Sensor group, Engle provides insight on what AIAG members can do to make their supply chain less vulnerable.

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Now Virtual! CBP’s Carlos Rodriguez Previews New ACE Training at AIAG on November 16th

Nov 02, 2023

Registration is now open for our virtual ACE Reporting Demonstrations for Export and Import on Thursday, November 16, 2023!

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Building Trust-based Supply Chains to Mitigate Forced Labor Risk

Nov 02, 2023

From both a human rights and global commerce perspective, forced labor is a serious and pervasive issue, impacting millions of people and compromising global supply chains. Defined by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) as “all work or service which is exacted from any person under the menace of any penalty for its non-performance and for which the worker does not offer himself voluntarily,” forced labor is insidious, impacting the manufacturing and production of a vast range of goods — spanning everything from electronics, apparel and industrial materials to pharmaceuticals, base metals and agricultural products.

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CBP’s Green Trade Strategy

Nov 02, 2023

Human-induced climate change and environmental degradation is no longer a nebulous future threat. It’s here, and it threatens global economic development, global health, and global security. Last year, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization declared climate change a “defining challenge of our time,” posing dangers to the security of allied nations and elsewhere.1 Given its influence over global supply chain practices, which account for a significant portion of global emissions, CBP hopes to help move the needle toward more sustainable trade through the Green Trade Strategy, which the agency launched in 2022.

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International Trade, Enforcement & Compliance Recent Developments Update (October 25, 2023)

Nov 02, 2023


A veritable grab bag of international trade developments to parse this week. Recent developments include increasing FCPA enforcement, a record OFAC economic sanctions penalty, and a large customs penalty for willful failure to correct known customs errors. Because nothing gets companies to pay more attention to compliance than the prospect of big fines and enforcement actions.

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AIAG AND WSU OFFER 11th ANNUAL CERTIFICATE IN PURCHASING AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Oct 10, 2023

For the 11th straight year, AIAG and Wayne State University’s Mike Ilitch School of Business are collaborating on a non-degree certificate program that delivers an in-depth understanding of global supply chain issues. Supply chain management topics include strategy, finance, AI and EV infrastructure, forecasting, negotiations, procurement strategy, supplier development, corporate responsibility, cybersecurity, risk management, quality, Six Sigma, trade management and more. Participants also have the opportunity to explore new manufacturing and logistics technologies.

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Training Update: We've shifted our ACE Reporting Demonstrations to a virtual format!

Oct 02, 2023

Don't miss out on this year's ACE Reporting Demonstrations...now offered virtually to make it easier than ever to attend! 

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AIAG Offers Updated MMOG/LE and USMCA Live Virtual Training

Sep 29, 2023

AIAG has several training dates available from now through the end of the year for individuals looking to update and advance their knowledge of Materials Management Operations Guideline/Logistics Evaluation (MMOG/LE) or the U.S.–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA).

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Check Out our Essentials of Supply Chain Management eLearnings Today!

Sep 27, 2023

Developed to support entry-level and prospective automotive supply chain professionals — along with students looking to increase their foundational knowledge — our newest eLearning addresses key “essentials” of supply chain management.

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DHS Announces Two Additional PRC-Based Companies as a Result of Forced Labor Enforcement

Sep 22, 2023
 
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced new enforcement actions to eliminate the use of forced labor practices in the U.S. supply chain and promote accountability for the ongoing genocide and crimes against humanity against Uyghurs and other religious and ethnic minority groups in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The interagency Forced Labor Enforcement Task Force (FLETF), chaired by DHS, added two People’s Republic of China (PRC)-based companies to the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) Entity List. 
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