Automotive Industry Action Group

Automotive Industry Action Group

AIAG ou Automotive Industry Action Group (Groupe d'action de l'industrie d'automobile) est une association américaine créée en 1982 par quelques responsables de cette industrie, membres des trois plus grandes entreprises américaines de ce domaine, Ford, Chrysler et General Motors. L'objectif de AIAG est la prospérité et le développement de cette industrie. Cette association tient à jour les informations et normes propres à cette industrie. Elle a été en charge du maintien et de la mise à disposition de la norme QS9000.

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