International Automotive Task Force
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The International Automotive Task Force (IATF) is an ad hoc group of automotive manufacturers and related industry associations formed to improve the collective quality control across supply chains in the automotive industry.
Specifically, the purposes for which the IATF was established are:
- Develop a consensus regarding international fundamental quality system requirements for production materials, products and services (e.g., heat treating, painting and plating).
- Develop policies and procedures for the common IATF third party registration scheme to ensure consistency worldwide.
- Provide appropriate training to support IATF 16949 requirements and the IATF registration scheme.
- Establish formal liaisons with appropriate bodies to support IATF objectives.
- ANFIA (Italy)
- BMW Group
- Daimler AG
- DAF Trucks N.V.
- FCA Italy Spa
- FCA US LLC
- FIEV (France)
- Ford Motor Company
- General Motors
- MARUTI SUZUKI (INDIA)
- Newman Technology Inc.
- Groupe PSA
- SMMT (U.K.)
- VDA (Germany)
- VE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES (INDIA)
- Volkswagen AG and the vehicle manufacturers respective trade associations – AIAG (U.S.)
- ZF (Germany)
- Mahindra (India)
- Geely Automobile (China)
- Seb Leblogauto.com (France)
- Okinawa Autotech(India)
- ^ "Okinawa Autotech Receives International Automotive Task Force Certification". Car & Bike. 28 Jun 2022.