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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

2017 Conflict Minerals Industry Briefing6/7/2017

REGISTER NOW for the 6th Annual AIAG Conflict Minerals Industry Briefing: Tailored to Meet YOUR Needs!   The 2017 Conflict Minerals Industry Briefing is designed to offer the necessary information for new professionals and to advance the knowledge level of those experienced in conflict minerals reporting.  New professionals, and those seeking a refresher of basic content, will find value in the event’s morning agenda.  More experienced conflict minerals reporters will benefit in the afternoon agenda.  And, if you’d like a full overview – stay for the entire day!   Conflict Minerals Reporting remains a topic of discussion for those addressing corporate compliance, both nationally and internationally.  Potential changes to US legislation, new European directives and increasing customer requirements, require you to stay informed!   AIAG and our member companies have worked collaboratively over the past several years to consistently offer new and eye-opening information to assist you and your company.  Together, we have developed and enhanced many of the reporting tools widely used today.  We continue in our mission to educate and inform to advance transparency in the automotive supply chain.   So, come join AIAG and the automotive supply chain as we tackle the conflict minerals issues confronting us today.   Topics Include:   Basic US & Global Legislation: What is new in 2017 (Trends) Industry/Customer Expectations for the supply chain IPC & CFSI and what they mean to CM What does the filing mean to you? (Filers & Non-Filers)   Advanced CMRT and IPC 1755 Updates How to make this year’s submission better than last year Emerging Extractives Issues Global Updates on Conflict Minerals Reporting

2017 June Future Automotive Expert Event6/15/2017

Registration is open for AIAG’s June Future Automotive Expert Event “My Keys to Success:  Advice on the Road for Future Automotive Leaders” with Kathleen McCann, Chairman and CEO, United Road. Kathleen will discuss what the key drivers are of a fulfilling and successful career in the automotive industry. Attendees will hear the story of the unconventional road traveled by one woman and how she is striving to make her company the employer and provider of choice in the finished vehicle logistics arena.   This Future Automotive Expert Event is a LUNCH AND LEARN event.   When: June 15, 2017 - Registration is from 11-11:30am, presentation and lunch from 11:30am-12:30pm with Q & A following the presentation. Where: at the Westin Southfield Detroit (1500 Town Center, Southfield, MI 48075). The event will be in Windover room on the first level of the Westin.   Register today! Seating is LIMITED! 

2017 Supply Chain Summit6/20/2017

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!   Join like-minded automotive professionals at the 2017 AIAG Supply Chain Summit, “Understanding Complexity in Today’s Supply Chain.”  Receive a presentation addressing this year’s North American industry forecast and ask your questions of industry professionals during open Q & A with OEM representatives and supplier executives. Industry experts will discuss current issues, updates and solutions applicable to understanding supply chain complexities.   To conclude the event, we plan to have a senior level keynote speaker followed by a reception offering an opportunity to network in a relaxed environment. Join us!   A detailed agenda will be announced soon.   Sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities are available NOW. The exhibit floor has sold out for the past 2 years, so don’t wait to book your booth! 

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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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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WHO WE ARE

Established in 1982, AIAG is a not-for-profit association where professionals from a diverse group of stakeholders - including retailers, suppliers of all sizes, automakers, manufacturers, service providers, academia and government - work collaboratiely to streamline industry processes via global standards development & harmonized business practices.