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Our mission is to enable collaboration within the automotive and related industries and to provide access to information, education and the tools needed so our stakeholders can continually improve the environment in which they operate.

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QUALITY SUPPLY CHAIN CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

Quality


AIAG's Quality initiatives span the wide array of product development, manufacturing, service, and customer experience improvement activities to support the manufacturing technology and product innovation advancements that are required from successful and growing suppliers and OEM's. While grounded in the quality standards and core tools that are the foundation of automotive quality excellence, the current AIAG quality initiatives are exploring new issues, providing insights, and the latest tools and methodologies to support the manufacturing technology and product innovation advancements that are required from successful and growing suppliers and OEM's.

Supply Chain Management


Recent events have clearly demonstrated the challenges in managing the scope, scale and complexity of today's automotive supply chain. AIAGs materials management, ecommerce and logistics initiatives are far-reaching and can have a significant impact on supply chain efficiency - whether the goal is to improve the flow of information, reduce in-transit damage, speed up the flow of parts through international borders, or provide greater visibility anywhere in the system. AIAG Supply Chain Management initiatives provide guidelines, training and educational opportunities to understand and manage the complexity and scope of supply chain issues. Download Flyer.

Corporate Responsibility


By being both proactive and collaborative, AIAG brings our members together to develop innovative solutions to these and other common CR challenges, both national and international. AIAG understands the range of CR issues and laws affecting the automotive and related industries, and we stay on top of changing conditions and expectations. Using this intelligence and our unique position at the nexus of multiple industries and companies, we develop the active insights, trainings and tools our members need to operate responsibly—and profitably. Our corporate responsibility work is guided by a CR Steering Committee, which is facilitated by AIAG and comprised of senior staff volunteers from our member companies, including FCA, Delphi, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Toyota, ZF TRW and many others. The Committee, along with its Advisory and Working Groups of members and subject matter experts address industry issues in three core issue areas: Social, Economic and Environmental Sustainability.

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Events


AIAG's Quality initiatives span the wide array of product development, manufacturing, service, and customer experience improvement activities to support the manufacturing technology and product innovation advancements that are required from successful and growing suppliers and OEM's.

Upcoming Events

IATF 16949 Roll Out in Korea2/21/2017

REGISTER NOW – February 21, 2017 in Seoul, Korea   The one-day event will include sessions on the new industry global Quality standard and supplier compliance expectations & timing.   The Agenda will feature: Automotive Standards Update from the International Automotive Task Force (IATF) Certification Rules Update from the International Automotive Oversight Bureau (IAOB) Transition Timing and Supplier Support information   To register go to: www.KSA.or.kr. Or email: marykim@ksa.or.kr.

Webinar: President Trump, the Automotive Sector & NAFTA 2.03/9/2017

REGISTER NOW! These are uncertain times for the automotive sector – from Original Equipment Manufacturers to Tier Three suppliers. For over twenty years, companies have been making strategic decisions based on the rules of the 1994 NAFTA. Today, that rulebook is about to be changed. For AIAG member companies, this means they will need to take a fresh look at what they make, where they make it, and how they make it.   On his first day of office, President Donald Trump announced his intention to meet with Ottawa and Mexico City to renegotiate the NAFTA. More recently, the White House trade team reiterated the President’s preference for bilateral trade deals over multinational or regional accords. And last week, the White House announced that the Commerce Secretary-designate Wilbur Ross will lead the US NAFTA talks. Mr. Ross has made it very clear that he intends to prioritize changes to the current NAFTA regional value content (RVC) rules – particularly mentioning the automotive sector.   Join us for a timely and well informed discussion, where David Hamill and Birgit Matthiesen of Arent Fox LLP will provide the latest on developments in Washington DC and their insight into the RVC rules your company has depended upon, and which could change in the months ahead. Uncertainty brings risks but also opportunities when executives are proactive and best informed.   Webinar instructions will be sent via email 2 days prior to the event.

IATF 16949 Roll Out in Mexico3/22/2017

REGISTER NOW – March 22, 2017 in Mexico City   The one-day event will include sessions on the new industry global Quality standard and supplier compliance expectations & timing.   The Agenda will feature: Automotive Standards Update from the International Automotive Task Force (IATF) Certification Rules Update from the International Automotive Oversight Bureau (IAOB) Transition Timing and Supplier Support information   To register send an email to: marketing.aiag@gmail.com

Training


Recent events have clearly demonstrated the challenges in managing the scope, scale and complexity of today's automotive supply chain. AIAGs materials management, ecommerce and logistics initiatives are far-reaching and can have a significant impact on supply chain efficiency - whether the goal is to improve the flow of information.

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Publications


By being both proactive and collaborative, AIAG brings our members together to develop innovative solutions to these and other common CR challenges, both national and international. AIAG understands the range of CR issues and laws affecting the automotive and related industries, and we stay on top of changing conditions and expectations.

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