AIAG

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AIAGAutomotive Industry Action Group
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AIAGAnimal Industries Advisory Group
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The Automotive Industry Action Group, a not-for-profit organisation with more than 34 years of experience working with OEMs, suppliers, service providers, government, and academia, has named Cesar D Pucci, director, corporate quality, Eaton Corporation, as its director.
The Automotive Industry Action Group is a unique not-for-profit organization where OEMs, suppliers, service providers, government entities, and individuals in academia have worked collaboratively for more than 30 years to drive down costs and complexity from the supply chain.
founded The Automotive Industry Action Group in 1982 to provide a forum where members jointly develop business processes and practices that involve supply chain partners.
Automotive Industry Action Group, Auto-Tech 2002 Conference & Exhibition, Cobo Center, Detroit, MI, AIAG (248) 358-3670 - August 27-29.
The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) will host its annual AUTO-TECH Conference and Exhibition from Aug.
The Automotive Industry Action Group (AJAG) predicts significant growth of data exchanges.
DaimlerChrysler Senior Analyst, Tom Northrop recently stated, "We have worked closely with the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) to create a single, high quality bar code label which we expect will be used by all carriers throughout North America for trailer identification.
The Electronics Industry Data Exchange (EIDX), Telecommunications Industry Forum (TCIF) and Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) have published ERS business models which identify business processes companies should consider when implementing ERS and make recommendations associated with ERS processes.
The Automotive Industry Action Group developed a measurement system analysis manual in 1990 and a statistical process control (SPC) reference manual in 1991.
Six staff members at the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG), Southfield, Michigan--working under impossible deadlines--completely revamped an annual publication.
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