The Supply Chain Management (SCM) Team at AIAG is getting ready to launch the brand new Materials Management and Logistics Knowledge Assessment for individuals new to – or changing roles within – the Supply Chain field.Read More
At AIAG, we believe in the value of shared knowledge and resources, because we know from experience that we go farther together. In this spirit, one question we consistently ask is how we can better support the entire supply chain, including your organization and suppliers. The answer, in part, is by attending events like Supplier Days where we can help spread the word about AIAG to your supply base.
Seats are still available for the fifth annual WSU/AIAG Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Program – but they’re going fast! This year’s course, which consists of separate winter and fall classroom terms, officially kicks off on February 15, 2018.Read More
Wondering what’s happening in Finished Vehicle Logistics (FVL) this year? Check out some updates on two FVL committees that have hit the ground running in 2018.
It’s back! Wayne State University and the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) have once again partnered together to offer their fifth annual non-degree certification program in purchasing and supply chain management. The joint WSU/AIAG program, which consists of separate winter and fall classroom terms, officially kicks off on February 15, 2018.Read More
Have you heard? AIAG’s Supply Chain Security Assessment, which is part of AIAG’s Supply Safe, makes it easier for automotive importers and their suppliers to comply with the federal government’s Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT).Read More
The 2017 AIAG Customs Town Hall was a definitive success! We covered a number of extremely timely and relevant topics pertaining to U.S. customs compliance, export control best practices, encryption technology, trade sanctions developments, the ongoing renegotiations of NAFTA, and much more.Read More
Ready to get involved? At AIAG, we’re actively setting the calendar for all Supply Chain work groups meeting in 2018, and we also want to know what issues you’re interested in exploring.Read More
The importance of thorough cybersecurity procedures and practices grows every day as the risk from cyber attacks grows. Bill Hurles, former executive director of supply chain for General Motors, said he hoped that attendees in the discussion of cybersecurity he moderated would come away with a strong drive to help protect their organizations and the industry as a whole. “I hope they take this awareness around cybersecurity and personalize it. They should take actions to protect the information they receive and that they send to others,” he said. “Doing so can reduce the vulnerabilities that they and their company are exposed to. They can continue to educate themselves and help their peers understand that this is a real threat and that we need to work together to protect ourselves.”Read More