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Supply Chain Summit Registration Costs Lowest Through 4/18!

By AIAG, Friday, April 5, 2019 2:19 PM

Panel speakers confirmed? Check. Agenda finalized? Check. Early bird registration open through 4/18? Check! 

If you haven't secured your seat for our annual Supply Chain Summit yet, now's the time! You'll get the best price through Thursday, April 18th, and ensure your spot at this popular event. 

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Hot off the Press…the Fourth version of our Finished Vehicle Transportation Damage Standards (M-22) is now available!

By AIAG, Friday, April 5, 2019 1:29 PM

When automobiles change possession during the transportation chain, they should immediately be inspected for any damage and missing parts or options. Since accurately identifying the type and location of such damage is essential for claims administration – and helps support damage prevention efforts – this updated manual provides a standard set of codes and processes for recording vehicle exceptions for those handling vehicles during the shipping process.      

Now including new codes and an all new inspection verification section, this updated manual gives you everything you need to know for making transportation claims.

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Supplier Cyber Risk Concerns Auto Industry

By Barry Hochfelder, Thursday, April 4, 2019 4:30 PM

The automotive supply chain is long and complex. A break in the chain at a small, tier 3, single-part producer can be disastrous.

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A Discussion with Derek Hawn: What it Means to Volunteer at AIAG

By AIAG, Thursday, April 4, 2019 4:29 PM

After nearly a decade of volunteering at AIAG – most recently as chair of our Export Compliance Advisory Group (ECAG) – Nissan’s Derek Hawn, Regional Manager, Export Compliance Americas Alliance Customs & Trade, has a unique perspective to share.

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CBP Looks to ‘Keep Us All Safe,’ Protect Legitimate Trade

By Chris Gillis, Thursday, April 4, 2019 3:31 PM

U.S. Customs and Border Protection recognizes that trade supply chains are rapidly transforming themselves through the world of e-commerce and wants its regulatory oversight and technology to keep pace.

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