A coaching, mentoring and training program to improve the operational performance of components suppliers gets a A$4.8 million ($4.3 million) grant from the Australian government’s Automotive Supply Chain Development Program (ASCDP). The core component of the capability development program will be delivered through the Cooperative Research Center for Advanced Automotive Technology (AutoCRC). “The AutoCRC will work with any supplier wishing to participate, drawing up a tailored ...
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