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AJW Groups lands at MRO Europe

Posted 20 October 2016 · Add Comment

Specialists in the supply, exchange, repair and lease of commercial aircraft spare parts, AJW Group, has touched down at this year's MRO Europe following what the company described as a 'successful year' as sales grew 57% across Europe.

 

AJW, which has an office in Dubai, has over 700 staff, and supports more than 1000 airlines in 117 countries, is investing in new talent to lead the sustained growth and development of the business worldwide. 

Most recently, AJW appointed Henry Game as its new chief strategy officer to help define and implement the company’s strategy, and has in addition bolstered its technical expertise both in its Headquarters and overseas offices. 

The company has been developing its technology solutions to improve processes and reduce overall maintenance costs, which will directly benefit their airline customers. 

As a result of these increased technical capabilities and in a move to strengthen the level of support given to AJW customers, the company will be relocating its engines division to their headquarters in Slinfold, West Sussex from Merthyr Tydfil in Wales. 

The transition will be completed in December, and will allow the company’s Engines team to integrate more closely with the technical and sales departments, resulting in an enhanced customer service. 

Boris Wolstenholme, AJW’s chief executive officer, said:  “We are excited to once again be attending MRO Europe, as it is an excellent platform to engage with our customers and partners in the MRO industry. 

“This year has been extremely successful for AJW with steady, sustained global growth in our revenue and customer base which has allowed us to invest in talent, increase our capabilities and continue to offer flexible and cost effective solutions to our clients.”

 

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