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2017 Supply Chain Summit Early Bird Registration Available Now

AIAG is encouraging those planning to attend the 2017 Supply Chain Summit to register by April 20, 2017, to receive the best pricing via the Early Bird discount.

One of AIAG’s most popular annual events, the Supply Chain Summit delivers unique and relevant content from senior-level automotive executives and the ability for participants to ask questions directly to an OEM and Supplier Panel. The event will be held June 20, 2017, at Laurel Manor Banquet and Conference Center in Livonia, Michigan.

The AIAG Supply Chain Summit is an opportunity to learn about the latest automotive trends during the Summit’s Annual Industry Forecast and network with OEM and supplier representatives. Presentations will focus on updates and solutions applicable to Privacy, Data Security, Risk Management and Requirements, Cyber Security, and other topics specific to optimizing your supply chain. 

Interested sponsors and exhibitors are encouraged to reserve space now, as the exhibit floor sold out for the last two years. Event sponsors to date include (in alphabetical order) Continental, Dekra, Denso, FCA, General Motors, and Honda.

For more information, visit www.aiag.org or email [email protected].

Powering Performance

AIAG VIDEO INTERVIEW - Ford’s Gladyne Wiley Lynch: ‘Preparation Takes Training’

By AIAG, Wednesday, February 8, 2017 3:44 PM

Ford Motor Company’s Gladyne Wiley Lynch says that suppliers need to do more to monitor and develop their sub-tier suppliers, similarly to how OEMs work with their Tier Ones. “You need some sort of process in place, and you need to tell suppliers what metrics you’re going to measure,” she says. “You have to give them an idea of where you want to go.”

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Auto Industry Certificate in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management

By AIAG, Wednesday, February 1, 2017 2:45 PM

Wayne State University, in cooperation with AIAG, offers the fourth annual non-degree certificate program designed to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of supply chain topics and issues in the context of the global auto industry.

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