What You Need to Know about the EPA's New Vehicle Emission Standards

Jun 05, 2023

The United States Environmental Protection Agency recently proposed increased vehicle emission standards for light-duty and medium-duty vehicles starting with model years 2027. These proposed emission cutbacks have ramifications for a wide swath of industry – but especially for manufacturers and supply chain professionals. In this article, we will explore the goals of this proposal, its challenges and benefits to manufacturing, and how people in the field can prepare for stricter emissions requirements.

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AIAG’s New Program Manager “Inspired” by AIAG and Ready to Collaborate

May 08, 2023

When Tonya Vanover attended her first AIAG event several years ago, she never imagined she would one day work for the organization. As AIAG’s new program manager for sustainable supply chain logistics, Vanover brings a unique perspective to the role because she has worked as an OEM and on the supplier side. Prior to accepting this position with AIAG, Vanover was senior buyer — global purchasing and supply chain for General Motors.

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Just added to the AIAG Store…get your copy of the new M-25 Finished Vehicle Logistics Connected Vehicle Supply Chain Data Specifications now!

May 08, 2023

Connected vehicles communicate critical information using onboard sensors and internet connectivity to share data on their location, condition, and more. This information not only helps track the vehicle in transit from plant to dealership – vehicle data can indicate tire pressure, state of battery charge, and more. This enables transit partners to proactively identify issues and prepare solutions to maintain vehicle schedules.

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Legislative Update: Customs, CTPAT, Forced Labor, Tariffs, Trade Policy

May 02, 2023

Customs. The Fighting Trade Cheats Act (S. 805, introduced March 15 by Sens. Brown, D-Ohio, and Tillis, R-N.C.) would increase civil penalties (including monetary penalties and bans on importing) for, and improve enforcement with respect to, fraud and gross negligence under 19 USC 1592. The two senators said this bill would allow private companies to sue foreign producers.

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Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act Brings Sweeping Change

May 02, 2023

The Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015 (TFTEA) was the first law since the Department of Homeland Security's inception in 2003 to grant U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) comprehensive authority to ensure a fair and competitive trade environment.

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US Puts Trade Curbs on 5 Chinese Firms Over Alleged Role in Uyghur Repression

May 01, 2023

WASHINGTON, March 28 (Reuters) - The Biden administration on Tuesday imposed new trade restrictions on five Chinese companies for allegedly aiding in the repression of the Uyghur Muslim minority but China rejected the accusation as "lies" aimed at constraining it.

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Get Spring Supply Chain Training on Your Schedule Today!

Apr 06, 2023

Ready to get training on your calendar this spring? With upcoming sessions for USMCA, MMOG/LE, and more, we’ve got you covered. Check out the descriptions below to learn more, and click the linked titles to visit the AIAG Store today!

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March and May Future Automotive Event (FAE) Updates

Apr 04, 2023

Registration is now available for our next FAE event! Join us on Tuesday, May 2nd, to hear from Christian Aigner (SCM Planning Ford Europe, Ford) and Terry Onica (Director, Automotive, QAD Inc.), as they explore, "Supply Chain Careers in Materials Management/Logistics - Fostering Healthier Supply Chains."

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Join executives from Hyundai, Mercedes, and more, along with Alabama Governor Kay Ivey at the 2023 AIAG/AAMA Southern Automotive Quality Summit!

Apr 04, 2023

Now in its sixth year, our 2023 Southern Automotive Quality Summit – presented by AIAG and the Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association (AAMA) – is scheduled for April 25th in Prattville, Alabama. This event is selling out fast so don’t miss your opportunity to attend.

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CBP Targets March for Chinese Postal Code Imports Requirement

Apr 03, 2023

As previously reported by Green, the CBP is launching a new requirement within CBP’s Automated Commercial Environment (ACE). The new requirement will be called “UFLPA Region Alert” under which the “postal code” will become a “required field” when “Country of Origin is China for Entry and for Manufacturer Identification Code (MID) creation.”  The new ACE schedule includes a “UFLPA Detentions Process Related to Forced Labor” with a May 2023 start date.

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