AIAG Welcomed Impressive Number of New Member Companies in Most Challenging Year Ever

Southfield, Mich. (Vocus) January 22, 2010

The Automotive Industry Action Group added 75 new member companies in 2009, a year overflowing with major turmoil for the automotive industry.


Collaboration and co-opetition are at the base of this impressive growth. We know that on a going forward basis, our interdependence as an industry will have a significant impact on our ability to manage the recovery and sustain profitable growth, remarked J. Scot Sharland, executive director.


AIAGs membership actively engages in numerous initiatives, to facilitate industry consensus and resolve issues via the adoption of common business practices (e.g. engineering, logistics, packaging, quality, environmental health and safety, health care, etc.) and interoperable business systems counting application-to-application (A2A), plant-to-business (P2B) and business-to-business (B2B).


By collaborating with competitors in a neutral environment, members are able to identify inefficiencies in business processes. Initiatives are then developed and implemented at AIAG, by member companies, to save the industry millions of dollars and drive rework, error and scrap out of the global automotive supply chain.


New member companies joining the AIAG family in 2009 include:


Alta Mfg. Co.

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