AJW Technique achieves CAAS certification
AJW Technique, the ascendant component repair and overhaul specialists, have achieved CAAS Certification. This endorsement by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore has been a priority for the AJW Group over recent months.
“We have an expanding requirement for a broad range of repair services for an increasingly diverse number of operators like Singapore Airlines, Tigerair Singapore and Jet Star” commented Gavin Simmonds, General Manager at AJW Technique. “Many airlines across the region are operating under the ‘low-cost carrier’ business model, so our focus on reducing direct maintenance costs is gaining traction.”
AJW Technique is bringing a significant repair and overhaul capability into this rapidly expanding marketplace and building upon the AJW Group’s long established reputation for the supply of aircraft components and power-by-the-hour solutions. Specializing in avionic, hydraulic, pneumatic, fuel and electromechanical systems, AJW Technique is well placed to enhance service levels in Singapore and deliver tangible efficiency and cost-savings across the component repair and overhaul process. “Importantly” says Deepak Sharma, Chief Technical Officer – AJW Group, “AJW Technique’s strategic partnership with Air New Zealand TechOps’ repair stations in Auckland and Christchurch which forms part of our global ring of repair excellence, ensures that AJW’s customer base across the Asia Pacific region is fully supported.”
Being awarded the CAAS Certification is the most recent milestone in a developing list of regionally specific approvals that include TCCA/FAA, EASA, DGCA Indonesia, DCA Thailand, and most recently ANAC Brazil. Augmenting the AJW Group’s worldwide footprint is an ongoing core initiative for each of the individual business units such as AJW Technique. This corporate strategy aims at delivering complete end-to-end solutions for operators seeking component support across multiple categories, on all Continents.