Export Compliance

Serving as a networking and bench-marking group to discuss and review the range and complexity of export regulations that affect the automotive industry, the Export Compliance Advisory Committee fosters the development of robust export compliance programs and works to improve the communication within the industry. To this end, the committee provides a common message and better understanding of export compliance laws and regulations while allowing organizations to share best practices in a collaborative environment.

These companies are participating in this committee:


Current Participants

  • American Honda Motor Company, Inc.
  • BorgWarner
  • Cooper Standard Automotive
  • Delphi Corporation
  • FANUC Robotics North America
  • Freudenberg-NOK General Partnership
  • General Motors Company
  • Livingston International Inc.
  • Meritor, Inc.
  • MTU America
  • Nissan North America
  • Wayne State University
  • Yazaki North America, Inc.

An export can be tangible or intangible. A tangible export is a physical shipment or transfer out of the United States (U.S.) of good, technology or software. It can include blueprints, engineering specifications, drawings, clothing, building materials, circuit boards, automotive parts, design plans, retail software packages and technical information. This TC-7 document is intended to provide a basic awareness related to the topic of export compliance.

Program Director: Mr. Lang Ware - AIAG - (248) 358-3570

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(TC-7) Basics of Export Compliance