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AIAG Member Benefits Include Referral Program Rewards

Share the news and earn rewards! AIAG’s referral program has a positive payoff; when a member refers a non-member company to us – and they become a member – the member will receive a $100 credit to use on anything at AIAG.*

After joining, the referred company and all of its employees will enjoy the same membership benefits the member does: free and discounted publications, trainings, and events; the opportunity to access and even help develop industry solutions, best practices, and standards; and so much more.

Simply tell your referral to navigate to and include your name and email address on the application form where it says “How did you hear about AIAG?” This will allow us to track your referral, and contact you when they join!

*Terms and Conditions: To qualify for the $100 AIAG credit, the referred company’s membership application must be received by June 30, 2018, and that organization must join AIAG by December 31, 2018. In the event that a referred organization is eligible for AIAG’s free sponsored membership program, no credit will be issued to the referrer.

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WSU/AIAG Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Program Returns for Fifth Year

By AIAG, Thursday, January 11, 2018 10:00 AM

It’s back! Wayne State University and the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) have once again partnered together to offer their fifth annual non-degree certification program in purchasing and supply chain management. The joint WSU/AIAG program, which consists of separate winter and fall classroom terms, officially kicks off on February 15, 2018. 

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AIAG’s Supply Chain Security Assessment Provides Common CTPAT Template for OEMs and Supply Chain Partners

By AIAG, Thursday, January 11, 2018 9:23 AM

Have you heard? AIAG’s Supply Chain Security Assessment, which is part of AIAG’s Supply Safe, makes it easier for automotive importers and their suppliers to comply with the federal government’s Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT).

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