About AIAG

Founded in 1982 as the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) by the three largest North American automotive OEMS, AIAG is a unique not-for-profit organization where companies in the mobility industries have worked collaboratively to drive down cost and complexity in the supply chain. Our membership includes leading global mobility manufacturers, their part suppliers, service providers, and associated global organizations, and government entities.

From those early beginnings, AIAG membership has grown to over 4,000 member companies, including global OEMs such as GM, Boeing, Toyota, Tesla, Honda, Polaris, Volkswagen, Caterpillar, PACCAR, BAE Systems, Nissan, Oshkosh, Stellantis, Rivian, AM General, Deere and Co., Ryder and many of their part suppliers including Adient, ZF, Aptive, Bosch, Tenneco, Continental, Magna, Lear, Dana, Freudenberg, just to name a few.

We promote our objectives primarily by publishing standards and offering educational conferences and training. Member companies donate the time of volunteers to work at AIAG in a legal, non-competitive, open forum that is intended to develop recommendations, guidelines and best practices for the overall good of the mobility industries. Annually, over 900 volunteers provide subject matter expertise to AIAG industry initiatives in the areas of manufacturing quality, supply chain, and corporate responsibility.

AIAG membership offers:

  • A uniquely collaborative environment where all key stakeholders engage in an open, neutral, legal forum focused on addressing emerging threats to the sustainable growth of the entire industry. Members not only hear about new regulations, standards and requirements first; they help to shape them.
  • A connection to subject matter experts from all sectors of the mobility industry who work together on projects that produce working solutions and best practices to shared industry problems that eliminate error, waste and redundant systems. These solutions positively impact the way our members do business… and their bottom line.
  • The opportunity to network with your peers at a variety of companies in a variety of disciplines and industries, strengthening you and your company’s ability to solve common issues for the benefit of the entire mobility industry.

Not a member? Apply for membership and join over 4,000 other companies working to change the industry and improve their manufacturing quality, supply chain, and corporate responsibility processes.