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May 06, 2015 9:17 AM ET

Commercial Services and Supplies

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

Phone:

248-358-3570

Fax:

248-358-3253

Key Executives for The Automotive Industry Action Group

Director of Finance
Executive Director
Treasurer and Director
Secretary and Director
Executive Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

The Automotive Industry Action Group Key Developments

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.

AIAG and Shanghai Huawei Management & Consulting Expand Testing Capabilities to Help Members Improve Chinese Supplier Base

AIAG and Huawei Management & Consulting Company through a new partnership arrangement, will offer International Automotive Trade Federation (IATF) ADP proctored assessment services for third-party auditor recertification testing starting in late August 2014. AIAG will offer proctored sessions in Shanghai in support of the IATF OEMs who need AIAG to supply this service for the automotive OEMs they support in China. Core Tools are an integral part of the third-party auditor recertification testing process. AIAG's Core Tools training program, endorsed by quality representatives from global OEMs and tier one manufacturers, teaches principles and practices of automotive quality and earns participants certification with globally recognized credentials. Each program will cover Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP), Production Part Approval Process (PPAP), Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA), and Statistical Process Control (SPC).

The Automotive Industry Action Group Partners with Tennessee Automotive Manufacturers Association to Support Expansion of State's Auto Supply Base into Global Market

The Automotive Industry Action Group collaborated with the Tennessee Automotive Manufacturers Association (TAMA) to give auto companies in Tennessee the opportunity to develop their workforce through valuable training and education and increase quality and improve costs in their processes. The partnership grants TAMA members a complimentary one-year membership in AIAG to provide easier access to tools and information for growing Tennessee's automotive sector to better serve the global market. AIAG is in its fourth decade of bringing together automotive companies large and small to work collectively and collaboratively to improve industry standards, streamline processes and develop common business practices. A membership in AIAG allows companies to learn and adopt best practices and standards in the areas of corporate responsibility, supply chain management and quality. The value offered will help companies better meet a multinational corporation's performance expectations and serve the global market. An AIAG membership includes: Online tools for self-assessment of quality issues and e-learning to correct them, Online tools to assess the knowledge gap and determine where additional training is needed, cost-of-poor-quality calculating tool, materials Management (MMOG/LE) e-learning, Global Working Conditions e-learning, Chemical Awareness e-learning and Significant discounts on AIAG publications and Core Tools documents, training and events. In addition, all AIAG members have the opportunity to serve on project teams and committees to provide a voice in the establishment of global standards and guidelines that impact the global supply chain. Any company whose employee participates as a project volunteer is provided unlimited access to publications produced by that volunteer's work group (including translations in local languages) for its employees worldwide. TAMA members must enroll with AIAG to receive the complimentary 12-month AIAG membership. The membership period begins at the time of enrollment, and the offer is available until December 31, 2013.

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