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Company Overview of The Automotive Industry Action Group

Company Overview

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) is a non-profit trade association that develops solutions for the automotive industry. The association's areas of interest include automatic identification and bar coding, materials management, electronic commerce, returnable containers and packaging systems, customs and regulatory issues, and quality. AIAG was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Southfield, Michigan.

26200 Lahser Road

Suite 200

Southfield, MI 48034-7100

United States

Founded in 1982





Key Executives for The Automotive Industry Action Group

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The Automotive Industry Action Group Key Developments

The Automotive Industry Action Group Announces Board Appointments

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) announced the appointment of Mr. Courtney W. Harvath, senior director, supply chain, Ryder System Inc., and Mr. Jeffrey S. Wagner, corporate quality director, powertrain, and global quality director, Sealing & Gaskets Business Unit, Federal-Mogul Corporation, to its board of directors. Harvath's experience, which spans 14 years, includes strategic network optimization, operational implementation, transformational leadership, and LEAN process integration. Wagner's experience includes seven years headquartered in China where he led the growth of several product line technologies for Federal-Mogul, expanding his company's presence there from a virtual start-up to double-digit year-on-year growth.

The Automotive Industry Action Group Appoints David A. Leich and Matthias Vogel to its Board of Directors

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) announced the appointment of David A. Leich, director of global supply chain for General Motors Corporation, and Matthias Vogel, senior vice president quality and HSE for Kongsberg Automotive ASA, to its board of directors.

AIAG Elects David Kneisler as Chairman

AIAG has elected David Kneisler, vice president, global quality at Dana Holding Corp., as its new chairman. Kneisler will serve a 24-month term, effective Jan. 1, 2015. Kneisler, who joined the AIAG board in 2006 and served as vice chairman for the past four years, says Dana has remained active in AIAG because the organization provides a unique forum for an open dialogue regarding industry challenges and opportunities, as well as the ability to work collaboratively to establish and disseminate industry best practices.

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