The Production Capacity Assessment Tool described in this document offers the advantage of standardising all of the business parameters that are necessary to calculate production capacity.
This document presents a standardized method for measuring forecast accuracy and also some methods to detect unusual forecasts. It provides OEMs and suppliers alike with a tool to measure the quality and stability of demand schedules in the automotive industry supply chain.
The automotive industry has increased the use of 3D CAD systems, beginning with the development stage and moving toward manufacturing and customer support. Traditionally, 2D drawings have been the medium used in manufacturing. Standards and best practices have been well established and universally adopted. Although 3D models are becoming more widely accepted and used, there…
This agreement defines the applicable conditions under which partners will exchange Electronic Invoices. It includes the new way of exchange of secure Electronic Invoices through documented and permanent controls in order to set up a reliable audit trail, as well as the possibility of an asymmetry of the way of exchanges between partners.
This Guide to best practices in electronic invoicing is intended for members of GS1 France and GALIA wishing to implement electronic invoicing and for those wishing to obtain further information on the provisions of current regulations.
The intention of this document is to standardise EDI Interchange Agreements among major Companies.
This catalog brings together all the packaging standardized at GALIA by the Standardization of Packaging working group.
This Odette Best Practice recommendation defines a methodology for measuring the forecast accuracy of customer schedules. The Guidelines list the data to be collected and the mathematical approach to calculating the Forecast Accuracy Index (FAI) and an associated Weighted Tracking Signal (WTS).
This Odette Transport Label is intended to be used on all transport packages between two trading partners – supplier and buyer. It is expected that in most cases the label will be used in conjunction with advance shipping information i.e. the Despatch Advice (AVIEXP) message, which is transmitted between the parties electronically.
This recommendation proposes a common definition for the logistics service rating in the automotive industry.
This recommendation applies to Non-Production Materials (NPM) also called Maintenance Repair Operations (MRO).
This specific Odette recommendation describes the processes and methods of tracking and tracing of supply chain containers and enabling the authentication of Returnable Transport items (RTI) using RFID technology. It has been developed to move towards achieving widespread standardisation of RFID component usage, tag data storage and RFID technology implementation across supply chains.
This Odette recommendation describes the processes and methods of tracking and tracing vehicles in the distribution processes from factory to dealer using RFID technology and a smart label. It has been developed to move towards achieving widespread standardisation of RFID component usage, tag data storage and RFID technology implementation across vehicle distribution chains.
This specific Odette recommendation describes the processes and methods of tracking and tracing of vehicle parts and enabling the authentication of original parts using RFID technology. It has been developed to move towards achieving widespread standardisation of RFID component usage, tag data storage and RFID technology implementation across supply chains.
RFID technology has been widely adopted by the automotive industry in individual organisations due to the efficiency and security gains it delivers. However, widespread use between companies is currently much rarer due to compatibility issues. In response to this, Odette , AIAG, JAMA and JAPIA have jointly developed recommendations for RFID use in Returnable Transport…
This Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Item Level Standard describes best practices, processes, and methods for item identification, verification, traceability, product characteristics, and Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) throughout the global automotive supply chain. Extensive efforts have been made by the automotive industry to incorporate interchangeable data use between 2D optical symbols and electronic media such as…