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An auto industry trade group known by the initialism AIAG, founded in 1982 and based in Southfield, Michigan, USA.

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The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Automotive Industry Action Group page on 2 June 2017, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) is a not-for profit association founded in 1982 and based in Southfield, Michigan. It was originally created to develop recommendations and a framework for the improvement of quality in the North American automotive industry. The association's areas of interest have expanded to include product quality standards, bar code and RFID standards, materials management, EDI, returnable containers and packaging systems, and regulatory and customs issues.

The organization was founded by representatives of the three largest North American automotive manufacturers: Ford, General Motors and Chrysler. Membership has grown to include Japanese companies such as Toyota, Honda and Nissan, heavy truck and earth moving manufacturers such as Caterpillar Inc. and Navistar International, and many of their Tier One and sub-tier suppliers and service providers. Over 800 OEMs, parts manufacturers, and service providers to the industry are members.

AIAG corporate governance relies on over 650 volunteers from various automotive companies who lend their expertise to working groups, subcommittees, and leadership roles. The AIAG staff supports the efforts of the volunteers and handles administrative roles. Executives on loan from OEMs and Tier One suppliers often provide key leadership roles in major initiatives and programs.

The AIAG publishes automotive industry standards and offers educational conferences and training to its members, including the advanced product quality planning (APQP) and production part approval process (PPAP) quality standards. These documents have become a de facto quality standard in North America that must be complied with by all Tier I suppliers. Increasingly, these suppliers are now requiring complete compliance from their suppliers, so that many Tier II and III automotive suppliers now also comply.


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DateArticleAuthor/Source
22 January 2004AIAG Partners with AutoCom for Automotive Public RelationsAutoCom Associates
23 January 2004Automotive Crisis Management Process Could Save MillionsAutomotive Industry Action Group
9 April 2004AIAG Announces Global Materials Management Guidelines - Unified Guidelines Help Streamline, Standardize Supplier AssessmentOdette International
12 April 2004Microsoft Joins Automotive Industry Action GroupAutomotive Industry Action Group
27 August 2004AIAG Hosts 17th Annual AUTO-TECH Conference and ExpositionAutoCom Associates
5 January 2011AIAG Joins U.S. EPA SmartWay Transport PartnershipAIAG
7 January 2011AIAG to Lead “Road to Corporate Responsibility” Conference Jan. 25 and 26AIAG




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