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Industry Collaboration to be Highlighted at Auto-Tech 2004

Published: Monday, July 5, 2004 - 22:00

Global purchasing executives from DaimlerChrysler Corp., Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp. will speak about the importance of collaboration between automakers and suppliers at the Auto-Tech conference on Sept. 1.

Speakers include Thomas W. Sidlik, DaimlerChrysler Corp. executive vice president of global procurement and supply; Thomas K. (Tony) Brown, Ford Motor Co. vice president of global purchasing; and Bo. I. Andersson, General Motors Corp. vice president of worldwide purchasing, production control and logistics. The speakers will participate in a panel discussion and take audience questions.

Auto-Tech 2004 is organized by the Automotive Industry Action Group and will be held Aug. 31-Sept. 2 at the Cobo Conference Center in Detroit. This year’s theme is “Driving Performance Together.”

“AIAG is the only place where original equipment manufacturers and suppliers from around the globe sit at the same table to address issues and resolve problems that affect the entire global automotive supply chain,” says Andrew J. Cummins, AIAG’s executive director. “This panel discussion exemplifies the importance automakers put on collaborative activities within the industry to promote common best practices, and we are proud to provide this caliber of event for our members.”

More than 150 exhibitors and 4,000 auto industry executives are expected to participate in Auto-Tech 2004. For more information, go to www.aiag.org.

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