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AJW Technique shortlisted for five categories at the 2017 Top Shop Awards

Posted 21 February 2017 · Add Comment

AJW Technique, the maintenance hub for the AJW Group's component repair and overhaul service, has been selected as a finalist for five categories at the 145.com 2017 Top Shop Awards.

The company, that has offices in Dubai, has been shortlisted for the ‘Best Avionics and Instruments Repair,’ ‘Best Electro-Mechanical Repair,’ ‘Best Fuel Systems and Fuel Accessories Repair,’ ‘Best Galley Components Repair,’ and ‘Best Hydraulics Repair’ awards.

AJW Technique's maintenance, repair and overhaul centre is renowned for using one of the best industry-specific engineering skill bases in the world. It works directly with leading airline customers to improve component reliability, maximise time on-wing, and reduce direct maintenance costs. It has enabled AJW Group to deliver reliable and first class turnaround times and a superior service for its customers.

Gavin Simmonds, general manager of AJW Technique, said: “With a focus on quality and customer experience across every aspect of the business, AJW Technique is extremely proud of the reputation and MRO services it provides for its customers.

"We are pleased to be shortlisted for so many categories and believe it is testament to our expertise and service, which supports some of the world's largest airlines.”

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