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Quality


AIAG's Quality initiatives span the wide array of product development, manufacturing, service, and customer experience improvement activities to support the manufacturing technology and product innovation advancements that are required from successful and growing suppliers and OEM's. While grounded in the quality standards and core tools that are the foundation of automotive quality excellence, the current AIAG quality initiatives are exploring new issues, providing insights, and the latest tools and methodologies to support the manufacturing technology and product innovation advancements that are required from successful and growing suppliers and OEM's.

Supply Chain Management


Recent events have clearly demonstrated the challenges in managing the scope, scale and complexity of today's automotive supply chain. AIAGs materials management, ecommerce and logistics initiatives are far-reaching and can have a significant impact on supply chain efficiency - whether the goal is to improve the flow of information, reduce in-transit damage, speed up the flow of parts through international borders, or provide greater visibility anywhere in the system. AIAG Supply Chain Management initiatives provide guidelines, training and educational opportunities to understand and manage the complexity and scope of supply chain issues.

Corporate Responsibility


By being both proactive and collaborative, AIAG brings our members together to develop innovative solutions to these and other common CR challenges, both national and international. AIAG understands the range of CR issues and laws affecting the automotive and related industries, and we stay on top of changing conditions and expectations. Using this intelligence and our unique position at the nexus of multiple industries and companies, we develop the active insights, trainings and tools our members need to operate responsibly—and profitably. Our corporate responsibility work is guided by a CR Steering Committee, which is facilitated by AIAG and comprised of senior staff volunteers from our member companies, including FCA, Delphi, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Toyota, ZF TRW and many others. The Committee, along with its Advisory and Working Groups of members and subject matter experts address industry issues in three core issue areas: Social, Economic and Environmental Sustainability.

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Events


AIAG's Quality initiatives span the wide array of product development, manufacturing, service, and customer experience improvement activities to support the manufacturing technology and product innovation advancements that are required from successful and growing suppliers and OEM's.

Upcoming Events

2017 SCAC/AIAG Supply Chain and Quality Conference8/24/2017

Join AIAG and SCAC at the premier automotive Supply Chain event in the Southeast!   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. Influential OEM and Tier 1 leaders and industry experts will present key topics which are impacting the industry today and will be critical for the future. Numerous networking opportunities will help facilitate new business connections and continued success. General Sessions: OEM Keynote 1: Manufacturing and Sourcing Plans (Volvo) OEM Keynote 2: Manufacturing Update and Future Trends (Mercedes Benz)   Shifting Tides: Administration Effects on the Automotive Industry SC Port, Trade and Customs – Changes to Impact Logistics Impact of Connectivity and Mobility on the Supply Chain 3rd Party Information Security: Cybersecurity New Strategies & Innovations to Drive Supply Chain Efficiency Connecting the Dots in the Automotive Supply Chain   Breakout Sessions:   Managing Complexity in Your Supply Chain - Global Standard for Supply Chain Management Process: MMOG/LE Industry 4.0/SMART Manufacturing: Roadmap to Digitalization Supplier Quality IATF 16949:2016 Quality Tracking Program - Polytron Use Case Networking Reception at Charleston Marriott at the end of day one As a special addition, we will offer two separate, pre-conference events the morning of Aug 24:   1. Workshop featuring AIAG Supply Safe and IATF 16949 Power Series presented by Quistem 2. Plant Tour – Robert Bosch, LLC and Coastal Corrugated This conference will be held in the gorgeous setting of Charleston, South Carolina on August 24 and 25, 2017 at the Charleston Marriott Hotel.   Register on the South Carolina Automotive Council website.

2017 Quality Summit9/19/2017

Are you ready to Build the Future of Automotive Quality?   With the release of the industry’s quality standard IATF 16949 in 2016 and the revision of the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) manual in process, the industry is defining the new building blocks for the future of automotive quality.   The AIAG Quality Summit attracts the automotive industry’s technical professionals and leaders from OEM's, suppliers from all Tier levels, academics, and service providers. This day and a half event will feature two exciting tracks, Quality and Product Development, and will detail how the industry is building the tools necessary for the future automotive quality.   September 19th *:   Industry Keynote from Gary West, General Motors Global Executive Director, Supplier Quality & Development Engineering IATF 16949 Certification Status update and Supplier Transition Case Study   Quality Track The Future of Automotive Quality: the perspective of a local auto parts maker in an emerging country The Future of Quality: Enticing Millennials Optimizing Global Quality Audits on Mobile Devices Development of a 2003 Mustang Bi-Fuel Muscle Car using ISO/TS 16949   Product Development Track FMEA Workshop Impact of Robust FMEA on the Heat Treat Industry Core Tools Software Update   Networking Reception   September 20th *:   Quality Track Risk Management, Executive Responsibility and IATF: 16949 The Voices of Quality   Product Development Track Problem Solving Panel Discussion   Closing Keynote   *See detailed agenda additional information.   Sponsorship and exhibit space for this event is available NOW. Last year’s exhibit hall SOLD OUT so sign up early to ensure your spot at this popular event. See links below for all the details.

Training


Recent events have clearly demonstrated the challenges in managing the scope, scale and complexity of today's automotive supply chain. AIAGs materials management, ecommerce and logistics initiatives are far-reaching and can have a significant impact on supply chain efficiency - whether the goal is to improve the flow of information.

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By being both proactive and collaborative, AIAG brings our members together to develop innovative solutions to these and other common CR challenges, both national and international. AIAG understands the range of CR issues and laws affecting the automotive and related industries, and we stay on top of changing conditions and expectations.

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WHO WE ARE

Established in 1982, AIAG is a not-for-profit association where professionals from a diverse group of stakeholders - including retailers, suppliers of all sizes, automakers, manufacturers, service providers, academia and government - work collaboratiely to streamline industry processes via global standards development & harmonized business practices.