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AJW Group boosts technical capabilities in Asia

Posted 2 November 2016 · Add Comment

AJW Group, that has offices in Dubai, is expanding its capabilities in Asia.

In support of the recent appointment of David Lewis, chief technical officer, the first of the technical services engineers, Jason Tan, has been appointed in Singapore. His role will focus on liaising with customers in Asia, providing the region with greater access to data and technical expertise. He will be responsible for monitoring the reliability of component supply and repairs to ensure work is carried out in line with customer expectations. 

Tom de Geytere, managing director, AJW Singapore, said: “Asia is a key growth market so it makes absolute sense to invest in additional technical expertise and quality management systems. This will enable us to better understand our customers’ objectives and challenges, and help them improve their operational performance.”

 

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