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AJW continues to offer quality safety solutions for clients

Montreal - The AJW Group’s MRO facility has now entered its third year of full scale component repairs and as 2015 progresses, AJW Technique continues to achieve many significant milestones which further reinforce the organization’s position as a new industry leader for both quality, and range of service offerings:


April 23, 2015
By AJW

  • Added the 4,500th capability – a GE made Flight Management Computer
  • Produced the 15,000th component repair –  a Fuel Metering Unit
  • Added the 11th platform – Bombardier CRJ/Challenger
  • Received their 60th external customer – Heico Component  Repair Group
  • Hired their 175th employee – Kenneth McArthur, Hydraulic Technician

These key points hint at the broader successes of a company that has managed to stride forward from simple asset acquisition to profitability in record time and are testament to the Group’s insistence on a superlative level of customer service through a targeted and flexible product scope.

In August 2013, AJW Technique won the maintenance contract for safety inflatables for the Air Canada fleet. Today, AJW Technique has processed over 550 slides and slide rafts in the honouring of this contract. A member of the Air Canada Supply Chain team stated “We are pleased with the work performed by AJW Technique on Air Canada’s safety inflatables. They have provided Air Canada with a quality solution for our safety inflatables through their capabilities and performance.”

“From an AJW Technique perspective it is great to see that our drive to lower Direct Maintenance Costs for our operator customers is one that works and really does make a difference” qualified Gavin Simmonds, General Manager – AJW Technique. “Keeping units on wing longer and maximizing the potential for on time departure allows airlines to increase their margins and maintain flight price satisfaction.”