US to close borders to unvaccinated Canadian, Mexican truckers

Feb 01, 2022

The U.S. will close its borders to unvaccinated and partially vaccinated Canadian and Mexican truck drivers on Saturday, the Department of Homeland Security said on Thursday.

“These updated travel requirements reflect the Biden-Harris Administration’s commitment to protecting public health while safely facilitating the cross-border trade and travel that is critical to our economy,” Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said in a statement. 

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The Relationship between Supply Chain Resiliency & Sustainability

Feb 01, 2022

Resilient Supply Chain Operations

The COVID-19 pandemic  shined a spotlight on the frailty of the global supply chain.

As a result, business leaders have spent the better part of two years pursuing solutions and strategies that can help them build a more resilient supply chain operation.

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WSU Study Seeks Input on Managerial Decision Making Following Supply Chain Disruptions

Jan 28, 2022

In today’s uncertain world, companies are increasingly confronted with global supply chain disruptions – requiring industry professionals to work on the front lines to recover supply chains. Bringing a supply chain back to its pre-disruption state, however, is not necessarily the end of the story.

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FAE Event: Next Gen Employee Development

Jan 12, 2022

 

AIAG’s first Future Automotive Expert (FAE) event of 2022 is here! Join us on Thursday, January 27, for a midday webinar on Next Gen Employee Development: How AIAG is Helping Accelerate Their Success, presented by AIAG CEO J. Scot Sharland.

 

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Don't Miss Out - Register for Upcoming Supply Chain Courses Today!

Jan 06, 2022

Kick off the new year right with AIAG training! Click any of the links below to learn more about upcoming sessions this January and February, or check out our detailed Training Calendar to find the best options for your schedule.

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Uyghur Forced Labor Act Takes Effect June 21, 2022

Jan 05, 2022

On December 23, President Biden signed the Uyghur Forced Labor Act. Under the act, all goods with a connection to China’s Xinjiang province are presumed to be made by forced labor, effective June 21. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will also be responsible to produce guidance for importers by the effective date.

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Supply Chain Managers To Confront Escalating Transport Rates in 2022

Jan 05, 2022

Irrespective of mode, rates will be escalating, with carriers controlling capacity and exercising leverage like never before. Given the shortage of manpower and labor pools across the spectrum of global logistics, supply chain managers will be struggling.

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Canada halts import of goods linked to forced labour from China, Malaysia

Jan 05, 2022

The federal government has stopped two separate shipments of goods linked to forced labour from entering Canada — a move that has some advocates pleased but still pushing for more. 

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Learn More Now! Wayne State University and AIAG Collaborate on Two Supply Chain Programs

Jan 04, 2022

AIAG and Wayne State University continue their successful collaboration with the 9th Annual Auto Industry Certificate in Purchasing & Supply Management. The course offers a winter session from February 10-May 12, 2022 (live virtual) and a winter session from September 1-December, 2022 (live virtual and face-to-face, if safe). The winter in-person sessions will be held at the AIAG Headquarters in Southfield, Michigan.

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Thank You to the Auto Industry’s Best and Brightest Volunteers

Dec 01, 2021

One of the most valued AIAG member benefits is the opportunity to serve on committees and workgroups, collaborating with some of the industry’s most innovative thinkers. AIAG’s Supply Chain team expresses its sincere gratitude to our volunteers for another productive year despite the world’s many challenges.

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