ANFIA (Associazione Nazionale Filiera Industria Automobilistica) and SNECI have partnered to provide training courses to automotive companies in Italy in order to support and strengthen their competitiveness and ensure their integration within the national and foreign automotive industry.
Since 1912, ANFIA, Italian Association of the Automotive Industry has been representing the interests of its member companies and ensuring effective communication between the Italian automotive sector and public authorities at the national and international levels.
Today, ANFIA boasts over 350 member companies, including automakers, automotive components suppliers, vehicle engineering and design firms, and motor vehicle fitting and specific equipment manufacturers. Thanks to more than a century-long experience in the sector, the Association offers a large range of services in Relations with Institutions, Regulatory Affairs & Technical legislation, Studies & Statistics, Communication, Trade Fairs & Exhibitions, Consultancy & Training as well as Internationalization & Trade and Business & Financial issues.
The Association is also actively involved in the main issues affecting the Italian car market such as mobility, safety, environment, energy, research, and globalization.
ANFIA has partnered with SNECI to widen its training offer and provide support to Italian suppliers willing to acquire new businesses following the FCA and PSA Groupe merger and the creation of Stellantis.
Two training modules conducted by SNECI automotive experts will be offered to ANFIA members:
- QIP PSA Standards: NSA, PCPA, QSB+ Audits Preparation (CSRO5): the goal of this training is to explain the concepts and the conduct of the QIP PSA (audit standard process to qualify a manufacturing site) and its 3 mandatory steps: NSA (New Supplier Assessment), PCPA (Parts Control Process Assessment), and QSB+ (Quality System Basics Plus) Audit.
- Logistics Tools in PSA B2B Portal (LO02): this training is addressed to suppliers or potential suppliers of PSA Group that are interested in using the logistics applications of the PSA B2B Portal. The participants will also be trained on how to effectively assess logistics processes.
“We are delighted to partner with ANFIA and offer our training modules to its members”, says Frédéric Laganier, SNECI’s Industrial Performance Director. “Here at SNECI we often work with suppliers willing to extend their businesses abroad or to another carmaker. That is why we developed a full range of training modules and services that help our clients smoothly integrate into a new environment. We believe that our deep expertise in automotive alongside our knowledge of customer-specific requirements will open new opportunities for Italian automotive companies to do business within Stellantis”.