EV battery imports face scrutiny under US law on Chinese forced labor

Sep 21, 2023

Aug 17 (Reuters) - Electric-vehicle batteries and other car parts are the latest products under scrutiny as part of Washington's effort to stamp out U.S. links to forced labor in Chinese supply chains, according to a document seen by Reuters, agency statistics and sources.

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Check Out Our 2023 Hybrid Supply Chain and Customs Summit Speaker Lineup!

Sep 19, 2023

Our November 15 Supply Chain and Customs Summit is fast approaching...have you secured your spot yet?

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Ready for Your Next Supply Chain Management Training? Find Out More at the AIAG Store!

Aug 01, 2023

From MMOG/LE implementation training, to our annual CBP-led ACE Reporting Demonstrations for Export and Import, we've got your training needs covered through the summer months and beyond. Check out linked titles below to learn more, and be sure to register today to secure your spot! 

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Registration Open for AIAG’s Supply Chain and Customs Summit

Aug 01, 2023

AIAG’s Hybrid Supply Chain and Customs Summit is open now for early registration. Scheduled for November 15, 2023, at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan, the conference includes speakers from industry, government, and subject matter experts on “The Future of Supply Chain — Navigating a New Playing Field.” Registration for the live virtual event is also available.

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CBP continues to set global standard in fight against forced labor one year of Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act implementation

Aug 01, 2023

WASHINGTON—CBP continues to lead U.S. government efforts to eliminate goods from the supply chain made with forced labor from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China (XUAR), one year after the agency began implementing the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act. 

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VW audits Xinjiang plant as rights group pressures car makers

Aug 01, 2023

Germany's top carmakers were challenged by a Berlin-based rights group on Wednesday over the extent of their due diligence to prevent forced labour in their supply chain, as Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) said it would conduct an audit at its plant in Xinjiang.

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Strategies for Managing Port Congestion and Container Shortages

Aug 01, 2023

The transportation sector is facing significant obstacles due to the economic devastation brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. In response, companies around the world must adopt new strategies to limit supply chain disruptions.

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Take Advantage of Early Registration for our 2023 Hybrid Supply Chain and Customs Summit!

Jul 12, 2023

Scheduled for November 15 – at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan, or online, as a virtual attendee – this year’s annual Supply Chain and Customs Summit is one you won’t want to miss!

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Strategies for Managing Port Congestion and Container Shortages

Jul 12, 2023

The transportation sector is facing significant obstacles due to the economic devastation brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. In response, companies around the world must adopt new strategies to limit supply chain disruptions.

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What Every Multinational Company Should Know About . . . Supply Chain Integrity

Jul 12, 2023

Both enforcement agencies and consumers increasingly are focused on manufacturers’ supply chains. Human rights enforcement frameworks increasingly have real teeth. Both the United States and the European Union either have, or are in the process of adopting, real enforcement mechanisms to protect against the importation of goods made using forced labor.

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