Suppliers team up to track, comply with government regulations.
BRUSSELS – A U.S. auto industry representative says a new international alliance will better equip parts suppliers in the U.S., the European Union and Japan to comply with environmental regulations. David Lalain, vice president of the Automotive Industry Action Group, welcomes the U.S.-based organization joining forces with the European Association of Automotive Suppliers and the Japan Auto Parts Industries Assn. (JAPIA) in a global cooperation deal. He says the umbrella group, ...
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