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Join us at the 2017 AIAG Packaging Technical Networking Session on October 11, 2017

This-half day event represents a unique opportunity to learn about the latest industry trends, innovations, and technologies in a networking environment. In addition to various opportunities to connect with like-minded industry professionals, you won’t want to miss the following sessions:

Drive Packaging Excellence & Profitability Through Labeling will explore how integrated, standardized labeling can make a significant impact, helping to protect the integrity of the supply chain, and allowing OEMs and suppliers to automate processes and adjust to shifting requirements.

GM North America and Global Packaging Requirements will discuss suppliers’ responsibility in dealing with expendable dunnage in standard returnable containers, and highlight GM global expendable requirements, pallet specifications, and testing expectations.

Unique Asset Identification Best Practices & Tech Solutions will cover topics such as encoding, application and orientation, and the ongoing management for maintaining the unique identification of the fleet. Additional time will be dedicated to looking at different options for individually labeling returnable transit items, and to reviewing the current and emerging types of data capture technologies and devices.

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Join AIAG and SCAC at the Southeast’s Premier Automotive Supply Chain Event

By AIAG, Thursday, August 10, 2017 11:34 AM

The inaugural SCAC/AIAG Supply Chain and Quality Conference will draw constituents from both the South Carolina Automotive Council and the Automotive Industry Action Group to share best practices, discuss the latest trends and technology innovations, learn critical policy changes, and evaluate key strategies for decision making in the disrupted industry.

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AIAG VIDEO INTERVIEW:  A Future of Secure Data Requires Collaboration and Understanding

By AIAG, Thursday, August 10, 2017 11:23 AM

David Chang, IT director for General Motors Company, hopes more accessible and better implemented cybersecurity processes will lead to a more secure industry. During an exclusive on-camera interview  at the annual AIAG Supply Chain Summit held June 20, 2017, in Livonia, Michigan, Chang discussed the goals of his presentation on cybersecurity at the conference.

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Early Registration Open for Annual Customs Town Hall

By AIAG, Thursday, August 10, 2017 11:08 AM

AIAG's Customs Town Hall is an annual gathering of importers, exporters, and associated service providers held to discuss new and ongoing programs that impact customs clearance, compliance programs, and cost. This year's program will focus on developments in trade policy, discuss effective best practices for trade compliance programs, and offer critical insight into understanding how the trade and U.S. Customs and Border Protection can work together toward maintaining effective relationships.

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AIAG VIDEO INTERVIEW:  Wayne State University Launches Automotive Supply Chain Focused Master’s Degree

By AIAG, Thursday, August 10, 2017 10:11 AM

John C. Taylor, chair of the Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management at Wayne State University, is optimistic about the future of a brand-new master’s degree with a significant concentration on automotive supply chains. During an exclusive on-camera interview  at the annual AIAG Supply Chain Summit held June 20, 2017, in Livonia, Michigan, Taylor discussed some of the benefits of the burgeoning program.

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