REGISTER NOW for the 2021 AIAG Virtual Supply Chain + International Trade Summit, Connecting the Links of the Supply Chain: Leveraging the Power of Process, Technology and Change.
Click the following link to view the agenda: 2021 AIAG VIRTUAL SUPPLY CHAIN + INTERNATIONAL TRADE SUMMIT AGENDA
Every step in the automotive supply chain – beginning with raw materials and ending with assembled vehicles being delivered to customers – is interconnected. Throughout the entire process, both internal and external forces require supply chain professionals to be agile -- continuously working toward minimizing costs, while optimizing manufacturing and distribution.
At this year’s event we’ll be exploring a range of current and emerging trends, including the impact of vehicle electrification on the supply chain, new and shifting customs regulations for importing parts into the United States, and more – along with answering such questions as:
- How are digital applications improving the ways we work, and making supply chain management a more responsive, dynamic undertaking?
- What has changed in the traditional material ordering and delivery sequence, and on the factory floor itself?
- How will the battery electric vehicle and the connected vehicle affect management of the supply chain?
- What are the latest developments in renewable energy and logistics decarbonization?
- How have traditional supply chain reliability concerns changed?
Whether you’re experienced in automotive supply chain, or new to the industry, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to hear from leaders and get your questions answered.
ONCE YOU ARE REGISTERED: The link to the event will be on your email confirmation. Please also take a few minutes to look through the attendee guide which will walk you through EVERY aspect of the event. If you take a few minutes to look this over you should be very prepared to navigate the system the day of the event.
****Make sure to look at PAGE 3 AND CHECK YOUR SYSTEM to ensure a smooth entrance into the virtual environment on event day. When you test your system, you need to be in the location, with the connection and the device you will use on the day of the event. 99% of technical problems the day of the event are because the system check was not performed properly. ****