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AJW Aviation appoints new chief commercial officer

Posted 15 March 2016 · Add Comment

AJW Aviation has appointed Daniel Watson to the role of chief commercial officer as the organisation identifies a new executive team to lead the growth and development of the business worldwide.

He will be responsible for: AJW’s significant PBH programme, sales, commercial tenders/proposals and key account management.  Importantly, Watson will work across the AJW customer base developing relationships with key airlines as they implement the Group’s innovative new services to transform their operational efficiency. 

Christopher Whiteside, president , AJW Group said: “Daniel’s reputation as a cross-functional leader at the world’s largest independent engine MRO will strengthen our growth initiatives as we pioneer new services and niche support in the changing global marketplace. This is a strategic position which demands a detailed knowledge of industry standards, trends and emerging technologies to deliver optimum value for our customers. In keeping with our policy to recruit outstanding industry professionals that can take our vision for the business forwards and generate unbeatable competitive advantage, Daniel will lead commercial negotiations with customers at AJW Aviation and AJW Engines divisions. He will empower our commercial teams with knowledge transfer of the highest calibre and be at the forefront of our authoritative new executive force.”         

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