IATF 16949: What it Means for the Automotive Industry

March 15, 2019

 

 

For auto manufacturers and their supply chain, transitioning to the new IATF 16949:2016 standard can be daunting. But with some smart preparation, upfront planning and expert guidance, auto industry players can be IATF 16949:2016-certified without hassle or business interruption. What are the key changes and what do they mean for your business? This informative brief explains it all in plain language.

The new standard brings with it many important changes, both technical and conceptual, that organisations need to appreciate as they make the transition.

In our whitepaper, titled  IATF 16949: What it means for the automotive industry, our industry experts Cheryl Savage, George Adezo and Steve Nicholas discuss the many important changes, both technical and conceptual, that organisations need to appreciate as they make the transition to this new standard.

 

 

To purchase standards or to find out which standards are applicable to your business, visit the SAI Global Infostore.

 

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