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Ian Smith appointed as vice president commercial of AJW Aviation

Posted 10 November 2016 · Add Comment

AJW Group, that has offices in Dubai, has appointed Ian Smith as Vice President Commercial of AJW Aviation. He will act as the focal point for commercial projects with responsibility for AJW Aviation's contracted business activities.

As part of his role, Smith will play a key role in the development of proposals and pricing strategies and continue AJW's extension of its Senior Executive Team of experienced industry experts. Daniel Watson, chief commercial officer of AJW Group, said: “Since joining AJW earlier this year, Ian has impressed us with the strong relationships he has established with our airline customers. He combines tremendous engineering knowledge, commercial acumen and relationship management skills, all of which made him ideal for his new role.”
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