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AJW Group relocates engine division

Posted 29 November 2016 · Add Comment

AJW, which has an office in Dubai, has successfully relocated its engine division.

This transition from Merthyr Tydfil in Wales to its Group Headquarters near London Gatwick has enabled AJW Engines to integrate with the technical and sales teams at AJW’s Group Headquarters, enhancing service levels and extending its capability to support customers with a range of tailored and flexible solutions.

Daniel Watson, Chief Commercial Officer of AJW Group, said: “The relocation is a strategic decision designed to ensure our customers are best supported by AJW’s technical expertise, world-class AOG service and award-winning logistics team and pave the way for growth. The team is now in place and fully integrated into our wider operations at Group Headquarters.

“To confirm our commitment to the Engines Division, our investment in stock and in a move to further increase our offering, AJW has recently acquired a CFM56-5B engine for teardown and a range of V2500 and CFM56 LLPs.”

 

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