AJW Group, an independent specialist in the supply and repair of aircraft spare parts with headquarters in the U.K., has entered into a regional partnership agreement with Bahrain-owned aviation service provider, MENA Aerospace to offer enhanced aircraft part support, component MRO and logistical support to fixed- and rotary wing aircraft operating in the Middle East.
The partnership is positioned to provide integrated product solutions and services to customers all around the Middle Eastern region. Customers will benefit from access to AJW’s global inventory of more than 450,000-line items,
streamlined repair and overhaul services with AJWs tailored repair programs and in-house at AJW Technique, the group’s MRO facility based in Montreal, seamless logistical support throughout the Middle Eastern region, as well as the facilities located at Bahrain International Airport.
“We are excited to be expanding the services we offer our regional customers who will benefit from access to seamless spare parts supply and repair services from a world-leading independent specialist,” said Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Juman, MENA Aerospace’s managing director. “Our customers will benefit from AJW’s expertise as well as our well-developed aviation service knowledge, regional presence and infrastructure. We are very eager to support the partnership with our technical support services and aircraft hangar facilities.”
“Increasing our presence in the Middle Eastern region is part of our strategic expansion, made possible by joining forces with MENA Aerospace to offer a full service offering to the regional operators,” said Christopher Whiteside, chairman and CEO of AJW Group. “AJW’s award winning services, vast inventory and MRO capabilities alongside MENA’s regional infrastructure, business network and local insight will enable us to offer our world-class services and solutions to the region.”
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