April 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- AIAG, the not-for-profit, member-supported organization that helps automotive companies operate at peak performance, has joined forces with the Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association (AAMA) to give Alabama automotive companies easier access to tools and training for educating their workforce, increasing quality and improving costs.
What does AAMA stand for?
AAMA stands for Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association
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- African-American Ministers Association
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- American Architectural Manufacturers Association
- American Association for Medical Assistants
- American Automobile Manufacturers Association
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The conference is hosted by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) in partnership with the Alabama Aerospace Industry Association and the Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association.
com/prnh/20121015/DC93349) Hosted by the Tennessee Automotive Manufacturers Association (TAMA) in partnership with the Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association (AAMA) and the Mississippi Manufacturers Association (MAMA), the 2012 SAC brought together more than 500 executives from all sectors of the auto industry including OEMs, suppliers and service providers primarily from the Southern United States.