Automotive Industry Organizations/Publications (89)
A list of trade associations and publishers serving the automotive supplier industry.
1394 Trade Association in Bothell, Washington.
A trade association promoting the development of computer and consumer electronics systems that can be connected with each other via a single serial multimedia link. Automotive applications include in-vehicle cameras, vehicle local-area networks and in-vehicle infotainment, etc.
Adayana Automotive in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A provider of an automotive technical library.
Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association in Birmingham, Alabama.
An organization established to provide a forum for interaction among automotive companies in the State of Alabama, to share information among its members and to provide an awareness of manufacturing trends, techniques and concerns.
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers in Sacramento, California.
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers in Washington, District of Columbia.
A coalition of 12 car and light truck manufacturers, representing BMW Group, Fiat Chrysler LLC, Ford Motor Company, General Motors Corporation, Jaguar Land Rover, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz USA, Mitsubishi Motors, Porsche, Toyota, Volkswagen Group of America and Volvo Cars North America.
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers in Southfield, Michigan.
Aluminum Anodizers Council in Wauconda, Illinois.
A trade organization for the North American anodizing industry, which promotes the use of anodized aluminum through technical interchange, education, and marketing, etc.
American Association for Laboratory Accreditation in Frederick, Maryland.
A private, non-profit membership organization, providing laboratory accreditation services according to ISO/IEC 17025 and field-specific requirements, testing and calibration laboratories, inspection, proficiency testing, and reference materials.
American Composites Manufacturing Association in Arlington, Virginia.
A trade association representing composites manufacturers and suppliers.
American Gear Manufacturers Association in Alexandria, Virginia.
An international trade association representing manufacturers of gearing and mechanical power transmissions; suppliers to the industry; technical consultants and academicians.
American Iron and Steel Institute in Southfield, Michigan.
A trade association representing the North American steel industry.
American Society for Testing & Materials in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.
A standards development organization that offers an open forum for the development of high-quality, market-relevant, international standards.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers in New York, New York.
An engineering society covering the automotive and other industries.
ANXeBusiness Corporation in Southfield, Michigan.
Operates the ANX network, a virtual private network that offers electronic procurement and collaborative engineering services to the automotive industry. Virtual Services, Inc. is a supplier of CAD/CAM software including Catia V4 & V5 and Unigraphics NX, training, implementation services, consulting, and technical support for compliance with the requirements of General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Honda, Toyota, Nissan, etc.
Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, Illinois.
A United States Department of Energy laboratory operated by the University of Chicago. Automotive research areas include batteries, fuel cells, vehicle systems, engine research, applied materials research, assessment, recycling, etc.
Association of Global Automakers, Inc. in Washington, District of Columbia.
A organization representing international motor vehicle manufacturers, original equipment suppliers, and other automotive-related trade associations involved with the design, build and sales of vehicles in the United States.
AUTO21 National Centres of Excellence in Windsor, Ontario.
A Canadian national research institute supporting collaborative partnerships between the public and private sectors in auto-related applied research and development. Areas of study include materials and manufacturing; powertrains, fuels and emissions; health and safety; intelligent systems and sensors; design processes and societal issues.
AutoForecast Solutions, LLC in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania.
A provider of vehicle & powertrain production forecasting services.
AutoHarvest Foundation™ in Detroit, Michigan.
A 501(c)3 non-profit organization promoting automotive industry collaboration in the areas of intellectual property and new technologies.
Automation Alley in Troy, Michigan.
A non-profit organization that promotes and develops Southeast Michigan's technology industry.
Automotive Design & Production Magazine in Plymouth, Michigan.
Publishes an automotive industry magazine covering automotive product and process development, etc.
Automotive Engineering International in Warrendale, Pennsylvania.
Publishes the Automotive Engineering International magazine.
Automotive Industry Action Group in Southfield, Michigan.
A not-for-profit trade association of more than 1,500 North American, European and Asia-Pacific OEMs and their suppliers. Its primary goal is to reduce cost and complexity within the automotive supply chain and to improve speed to market, product quality, employee health-and-safety and the environment.
Automotive IQ in New York, New York.
Sponsors automotive industry events and conferences.
Automotive News in Detroit, Michigan.
The publisher of Automotive News, Automotive News Europe, and Automotive News International magazines.
AutomotiveOEM™ in Troy, Michigan.
A publisher of online automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) industry company data as well as a vertical search engine for parts, components, assemblies, services and technologies comprising the North American manufacturing supply chain. Site users include vehicle manufacturers and suppliers of automotive parts, components and modules; assembly-line equipment & tools; raw materials; engineering & prototyping services; supporting technologies; industrial consultants; government agencies; academic researchers; and journalists, etc.
Automotive Parts Manufacturer's Association of Canada in Toronto, Ontario.
A Canadian national association representing OEM suppliers of parts, equipment, tools, supplies and services for the automotive industry. The association creates and executes global marketing initiatives in order to develop international trade and business opportunities for APMA's members.
AUTOMOTIVE WHO'S WHO®, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Provides automotive original equipment supply chain directory and database tools to vehicle manufacturers and their Tier I, II, and III suppliers of parts, components, assemblies and related services. Specializes in tracking supplier personnel key points of contact across a wide variety of disciplines. Publishes the AUTOMOTIVE WHO'S WHO® - North American Original Equipment Supplier Database.
California Fuel Cell Partnership in West Sacramento, California.
A collaboration of automotive companies, fuel providers, fuel cell technology companies and government agencies for the purpose of promoting the use of fuel cell electric vehicles.
Canadian Association of Moldmakers in Windsor, Ontario.
An automotive industry association serving the Canadian Mold Industry.
Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A non-profit, national industry association and source of services and support to Canadian corporations, educational institutions and business alliances promoting, developing, demonstrating, and deploying hydrogen and fuel cell systems and related products and services in Canada.
Canadian Tooling & Machining Association in Cambridge, Ontario.
A trade organization representing the Canadian Tooling & Machining industry and member of the Worldwide International Special Tooling & Machining Associaion.
Center for Automotive Research in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A organization that conducts research related to the global automotive industry in the areas of economics and business, forecasting, manufacturing systems, and advanced energy technologies.
Center For Auto Safety in Washington, District of Columbia.
A consumer automotive safety advocacy group.
Clemson University in Greenville, South Carolina.
An automotive and motorsports research and educational facility.
Connected Vehicle Trade Association in Plymouth, Michigan.
A non-profit business league established to facilitate the interaction, and advance the interests, of the entities involved in the vehicle communication environment. Enables the collaboration of companies, organizations, and governmental bodies engaged in developing vehicle communications.
Coordinate Metrology Society in Weatherford, Texas.
A trade organization representing close tolerance, industrial coordinate measurement technologies including inspection software, traditional CMMs, theodolites, GPS, laser projection systems, laser trackers, laser radar, photogrammetry/ videogrammetry systems, scanning devices, and articulating arms.
Copper Development Association, Inc. in New York, New York.
A trade development organization for the copper industry. Promotes the use of copper in automotive applications.
Diesel Technology Forum in Frederick, Maryland.
A non-profit organization promoting diesel technology applications. Member companies include diesel engine manufacturers, fuel suppliers, etc.
Eclipse Automotive Industry Working Group in Ottawa, Ontario.
An open source initiative to define and implement a standard platform for the software development tools used in the automotive industry.
Edison Welding Institute in Columbus, Ohio.
An engineering and technology organization promoting welding and materials joining assistance, contract research, consulting services and training to member companies in the automotive and other industries.
Elm Analytics, LLC in Rochester, Michigan.
Publishes an automotive supplier database.
Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association in Washington, District of Columbia.
An industry association dedicated to fostering the commercialization of fuel cells in the United States. Members include the world's leading fuel cell developers, manufacturers, suppliers and customers.
GENIVI® Alliance in San Ramon, California.
An infotainment software consortium formed to develop an open-source in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) reference platform.
Georgia Automotive Manufacturers Association, Inc. in Alpharetta, Georgia.
A trade association promoting the automotive manufacturing industry in Georgia.
Global Automakers of Canada in Toronto, Ontario.
Promotes Canada's international automotive trade.
HCI Group Ltd. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of globalization products, services and programs to the worldwide automotive supplier industry. Publications include the EUROtalk, AMERItalk, LATINtalk and ASIAtalk journals. These publications are available in both hardcopy and email versions and assist automotive suppliers in doing business in foreign markets. Issues covered include tax, legal, logistics, banking, site selection, recruitment, mergers & acquisitions, and joint-ventures, etc. Programs include GlobalAutoRecruitment.com, GlobalAutoUniversity.com, GlobalAutoTools.com, GlobalAutoExperts.com, GlobalAutoConnections.com and GlobalAutoCommunications.com.
IHS Automotive in Lexington, Massachusetts.
Provides detailed vehicle sales and production forecasts for cars and trucks, technology assessment, customer satisfaction, and other component/systems/module-focused analysis and strategic consulting. Services also include the development of databases with current and forecasted installation rates and supplier and technology market share.
IHS iSuppli Corporation in El Segundo, California.
A provider of automotive research portals (databases) that profile OEM line-fit and aftermarket equipment options including telematics, audio, navigation, and rear seat entertainment systems.
Industrial Fasteners Institute in Independence, Ohio.
An industry association representing the manufacturers of mechanical fasteners in North America. Develops standards & specifications for nuts, bolts, screws, rivets and specialty engineered parts for the industry.
Intelligent Transportation Society of America in Washington, District of Columbia.
A non-profit organization whose purpose is to coordinate the development and deployment of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) in the United Sates. Represents more than 400 member organizations including public agencies, private corporations, and academic institutions involved in the research, development, and deployment of technologies that improve safety, increase mobility, and sustain the environment.
International Automotive Oversight Bureau in Southfield, Michigan.
An International Automotive Task Force (IATF) oversight office established to implement and manage the ISO/TS 16949 registration scheme oversight activities on behalf of the IATF; coordinate with the IATF European Oversight Offices to ensure global consistency of the ISO/TS 16949 registration scheme; support the IATF in the pursuit of global harmonization with other automotive manufacturers; and develop and maintain a central IATF database of strategic information to assist in the management of the registration scheme.
Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association Canada in Toronto, Ontario.
A trade organization organized to promote the business interests of Japanese automotive manufacturers in Canada.
Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. in Washington, District of Columbia.
A nonprofit trade association for Japanese car, truck, bus and motorcycle manufacturers.
Japan Auto Parts Industries Association, North America in Novi, Michigan.
An automotive supplier association representing Japanese suppliers.
J.D. Power & Associates in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of automotive industry market intelligence services.
Lightweighting World Magazine in Denver, Colorado.
A publisher of automotive vehicle lightweighting articles, case studies and technical briefs.
Manufacturers of Emission Controls Association in Arlington, Virginia.
A non-profit association providing technical information on emission control technology to facilitate the establishment of state, federal, and international air quality programs that promote public health, environmental quality, and industrial progress.
MarkLines North America Incorporated in Southfield, Michigan.
Publishes an online strategic information database and marketing tool for the development of business strategies and new global opportunities for vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, and other automotive industry-related companies.
Material Handling Industry of America in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A trade association of manufacturers of material handling equipment, providers of IT products or system integrators.
MICHauto in Detroit, Michigan.
An association promoting the retention and growth of the Michigan automotive industry.
Mississippi Automotive Manufacturers Association in Jackson, Mississippi.
A regional trade promotion agency for the Mississippi automotive manufacturing industry.
Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
An automotive products manufacturers group.
National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
A non-regulatory federal agency within the U.S. Commerce Department's Technology Administration that maintains a manufacturing engineering laboratory to serve the measurements and standards needs of discrete-parts manufacturers in the automotive and other industries. Services include dimensional and mechanical metrology, etc.
NextEnergy Center in Detroit, Michigan.
A non-profit alternative energy technology incubator. Promotes the use of alternative energy technologies (AET) by supporting research, design, manufacturing, education, commercialization and marketing in the State of Michigan and elsewhere in the United States.
North Carolina Center for Automotive Research in Garysburg, North Carolina.
An independent, non-profit vehicle test and development center. Facilities include a two mile road course, vehicle dynamics area, two and a half miles of off road trails, Hunter chassis equipment and site-wide high speed WiFi and GPS base station.
Original Equipment Suppliers Association in Southfield, Michigan.
An organization that represents suppliers in the original equipment automotive industry.
OSGi Alliance in San Ramon, California.
Promotes network delivery of managed services and applications to local networks and devices in a vehicle.
Powder Coating Institute in The Woodlands, Texas.
A powder coating trade organization.
Power Systems Research in Eagan, Minnesota.
A provider of engine, engine component, engine parts aftermarket, OEM equipment, parts OE & parts OE aftermarket industry databases for all market segments of the power products industry.
Robotics Industry Association in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
An organization promoting industrial robotics.
Sloan Automotive Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Provides research activities in the areas of internal combustion engines and fuels, fundamental fluid/thermal/combustion studies, and assessment of advanced propulsion and vehicle technologies, and especially their impact on the environment.
Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering in Covina, California.
An international professional member technical society providing information on new materials and processing technology. Areas of expertise include adhesives (processing, bonding & inspection); alternative energy & transportation systems; automotive composites; electronic materials & coatings; materials & concepts; nanocomposite materials; processing of ceramics, metals & polymers; protective coatings & treatments; resin transfer molding (RTM) composites processing; automotive thermal & friction products; thermoplastic materials & processing; titanium alloys & processing; tooling for processing composite structures, etc.
Society of Automotive Analysts in Birmingham, Michigan.
A not-for-profit professional association of automotive industry analysts, which provides education and networking opportunities for its members.
Society of Automotive Engineers in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of automotive industry education, training, conferences and technical standards.
Society of Automotive Engineers in Warrendale, Pennsylvania.
Automotive engineer trade organization. Provides technical publications and an automotive industry directory
Society of Manufacturing Engineers in Dearborn, Michigan.
A professional manufacturing engineering society.
South Carolina Automotive Council in Columbia, South Carolina.
An organization promoting the automotive manufacturing sector in South Carolina.
South Carolina Commerce - Auto Industry in Columbia, South Carolina.
Promotes the automotive manufacturing industry in South Carolina.
Southern Automotive Women’s Forum in Nashville, Tennessee.
A non-profit, professional organization dedicated to promoting education and scholarships in addition to personal and professional advancement of women in the automotive industry who are located in the Southern Region of the United States.
Suppliers Partnership for the Environment in Washington, District of Columbia.
A partnership between automotive original equipment manufacturers, tier suppliers and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Tennessee Automotive Manufacturers Association in Nashville, Tennessee.
An organization representing automotive manufacturers in Tennessee.
The Aluminum Association, Inc. in Arlington, Virginia.
A trade association for U.S. producers of aluminum.
The Electrocoat Association in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A non-profit trade association promoting the environmental and economic benefits of electrocoat technology.
The Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc. in Washington, District of Columbia.
A trade association representing the entire plastics industry supply chain, including processors, machinery and equipment manufacturers and raw material suppliers.
Tooling University LLC in Cleveland, Ohio.
Offers training in metalworking and manufacturing. Courses include shop math, blueprint reading, CNC part programming, materials, heat treating, tooling, locating principles, as well as metal cutting and metal forming machine operations, etc.
United States Council for Automotive Research in Southfield, Michigan.
An organization founded for the purpose of strengthening the technology base of the U.S. automotive industry by leveraging the research efforts of the companies and the government in non-competitive areas.
Ward's Autoworld in Southfield, Michigan.
Publishers of Ward's AutoWorld magazine, Ward's Automotive Reports, and Ward's Engine and Vehicle Technology.
WorldAutoSteel in Middletown, Ohio.
The automotive group of the World Steel Association.