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NEMA to Establish Automotive Component Council

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), an ANSI member and accredited standards developer, has announced the launch of its Automotive Component Council (ACC), an initiative to increase manufacturer collaboration in the automotive component market.

As the industry changes and expands with an increase in sensor technology and component electronics, as well as a transition to electric vehicles, the ACC will unite interested stakeholders to foster broader collaboration in the market and support goals including:

  • Develop a deeper understanding of the automotive supply chain market
  • Advocate for policies and regulations that impact the market
  • Develop baseline standards qualification programs

“NEMA and its member companies have thoroughly explored and identified new opportunities in this space,” said NEMA transportation systems division industry director Steve Griffith. “Creating this council provides a great opportunity to establish a venue for collaboration, networking, and partnering with auto manufacturers and their associations on relevant companies. I encourage manufacturing and technology firms to join the ACC in this effort, which encompasses an integral part of the overall automotive sector.”

See the NEMA news item to learn more and to join the ACC.

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