Supply Chain Management

Achieving Peak Efficiency
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.

Resources/Other Information

To assist AIAG in accomplishing its objectives, the Supply Chain Community will:

  • Proactively identify AIAG member industry issues, needs, and trends.
  • Actively represent AIAG member industry needs, nationally and internationally including participation in standard setting organizations and partnerships with other industry groups.
  • Provide timely development, delivery, and promotion of valued direction and innovative solutions for a seamless, efficient, and responsible supply chain with
    • Cost and complexity reduced
    • Supply Chain management improved for materials and logistics
    • Speed to market optimized
  • Provide/approve information technology recommendations to other AIAG business units and oversight committees, e.g.:
    • select and recommend process and data modeling tools, techniques, and methods.
    • review and approve technology solutions from AIAG work groups during the development process
    • recommend electronic technology solutions to business problems
  • Encourage participation from our organizations, AIAG members and subject matter experts to participate in Supply Chain Management work groups

e-Learning/Training/Events

Available Training

Global MMOG/LE Implementation Training - Level 1

Details/Registration

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) is a not-for-profit association of companies involved in the automotive industry. Through the cooperation of OEMs and suppliers, AIAG's purpose is to create and offer solutions to common industry challenges, resulting in more improved and productive processes that will benefit the entire automotive supply chain.

HTS Harmonized Tariff Schedule Overview

Details/Registration

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) is a not-for-profit association of companies involved in the automotive industry. Through the cooperation of OEMs and suppliers, AIAG's purpose is to create and offer solutions to common industry challenges, resulting in more improved and productive processes that will benefit the entire automotive supply chain.

NAFTA Content Reporting

Details/Registration

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) is a not-for-profit association of companies involved in the automotive industry. Through the cooperation of OEMs and suppliers, AIAG's purpose is to create and offer solutions to common industry challenges, resulting in more improved and productive processes that will benefit the entire automotive supply chain.

Events

Customs Town Hall - 11/06/2014

Event Details/Registration

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) is a not-for-profit association of companies involved in the automotive industry. Through the cooperation of OEMs and suppliers, AIAG's purpose is to create and offer solutions to common industry challenges, resulting in more improved and productive processes that will benefit the entire automotive supply chain.

Products

2D Direct Parts Marking Guideline

2D Symbology White Paper

7-Step Problem Solving Process for TH&E Suppliers

Act Reporting Information Kit for TREAD Act Reporting

AIAG Pallet and Lid Whitepaper 2010

AIAG Supplier Guidance for Estimating GHG emissions for OEMs

Automotive History of EDI

Automotive Project Management Guide

Bar Code Print Quality Test Specification -- Linear Symbols

Best Practices for Mist Control in Machine Tool Enclosures

Business Continuity Planning for the Automotive Supply Chain

Business Process Narrative for TH&E Industry

Code 128 Bar Code Symbology Specification

Code 39 Bar Code Symbology Specification

Collaborative Computing White Paper

Common Visibility Event Definitions of the Finished Vehicle

EDI Presentation White Paper

EDI/XML Project Planner

Ergonomic Guidelines for Small Lot Delivery Systems

Evaluated Receipts Settlement (ERS) Process

Export Compliance

Feature-Based Processing Recommended Business Process

Financial Managers' Guide to EDI

Finished Vehicle Transportation Damage Standards and Guide

Gas Cylinder Identification Label Standard

Global Carriers & Logistics Service Providers Evaluation

Global DELFOR Message (Delivery Forecast)

Global Despatch Advice Message (DESADV)

Global INVOIC Message (Invoice)

Global Materials Management Logistics Agreement (GMMLA)

Global MMOG/LE

Global REMADV Message (Remittance Advice)

Global Transport Label Standard for the Automotive Industry

Global Vehicle Damage Codes Laminated Cards

Guideline for Hazardous Material Storage

Guideline for Manually Handled Containers

Implementation Guidelines for UN/EDIFACT DELJIT

Implementation Guidelines Version 004010AIAG

Industrial Truck Pedestrian Sensing Systems White Paper

Info Kit for Importing into the United States

Information Kit for Importing into Canada

Information Kit for Importing into Mexico

Information Technology Radio Frequency Identification

Information Technology. Radio Frequency Identification

Infrastructure for Plant-to-Business (P2B) Interoperability

Intercontinental Pallet and Carton Standard

IV&I Min/Max Replenishment

JAIF Global Guideline for Returnable Transport Items

JAIF Global Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

Joint Automotive Industry Forum (JAIF) China B2B

Key Performance Indicators for Global Material Management

Leadership Excellence in Health Safety and the Environment

Lift Truck Rotated Operator Compartments:An Ergonomic Review

Lift Truck Visibility with Load

Manufacturing Assembly Pilot (MAP) Project Final Report

Materials Off-Shore Sourcing (MOSS) Project

Optimum Shipping & Receiving Systems Handbook

Packaging Data Form

Pandemic Preparedness & Response Plan

Parts Identification & Tracking Application Standard

Pedestrian & Vehicle Safety Guidelines

Plant-to-Business (P2B) Common Data Format for Communicating

Quality Assurance Guideline for Shipping Labels

Rail Safety Guideline

RECADV Global Receiving Advice

Recommended Business Practice for Long Distance Supply Chain

Reliability Methods for Improved Product Dependability

Returnable Containers Management Guideline

Returnable Containers Performance Test Guidelines

Returnable Containers Transported by Truck Guideline

Returnable Transport Item Tracking (RFID Pilot) White Paper

Returnable Transport Items Visibility Best Practices

Returnable Wheel Packs Transported by Truck

Safety Inspection 2-Pack

SASIG Long Term Archiving and Retrieval (LTAR)

SCACTIL - Standard Carrier Alpha Code Trailer ID Label

Single-and Multi-Use Container Systems Guideline

Small Parts Container AIAG 001

Standard Practice for Industry Use of Cumulative Records

Standard Returnable Fastener Container System

Standardized Bill of Lading

Supplier Content Reporting Requirements Workbook

Supply Chain Security Toolkit for the Automotive Industry

T.120 Automotive Data Conferencing Architecture

Trading Partner Labels Implementation Guideline

Trailer Loading & Unloading Inspection

Trailer Safety Inspection

TREAD Act VMRS System & Assembly Code MAP

User's Guide for Corrugated Plastic

Vehicle ID Number (VIN) Label Application Standard

Voice of the Lower Tiers (VOLT) Report

Warranty Claims Data Exchange