Montréal, Wednesday 19th December 2012: In conjunction with the IAMAW Union, AJW Technique extended an invitation to all of the skilled employees that were formerly part of the Aveos component maintenance business to attend a formal meeting to discuss future employment possibilities. These skilled workers will play a key role as the Company moves towards the imminent opening of its new repair facility in 2013.
The highly enthused local labour force has been without regular work since March of this year and in an atmosphere of expectation, the AJW Technique management team presented an overview of the current and future job opportunities in accordance with the carefully phased opening schedule.
The team outlined the Company’s future plans to become a global market leader in the provision of quality component repair and overhaul facilities. In the meeting the AJW Technique team detailed the processes involved with the hiring of new employees and talked about the AJW Group’s international philosophy, in particular the achievements that the Company has made already in preparing and streamlining the development of this world class facility.
Potential new employees asked a broad range of questions which were addressed by the newly appointed AJW Technique management team. Each of the three sessions was deemed a great success and the skilled Québec technicians were able to leave the meeting with a much greater depth of understanding regarding AJW Technique’s business culture and desired goals.
As a result, AJW Technique believes that with the high proportion of motivated, passionate workmen and women it was fortunate to meet, great success in the marketplace will follow. The drive and commitment was evident for all to see and this will create a dynamic and productive workplace, appealing to the broad range of customers it wishes to serve worldwide.
This meeting served as stage one of the recruitment process and it allowed the management team to interact with potential newcomers. Stage two, which will involve more detailed conversations with those Union members who possess the necessary forward-looking skill sets, will be initiated over the coming weeks, allowing AJW Technique to build its team in line with the facility restart programme.
AJW companies are based out of London, Singapore, Dubai, Miami and Montréal with strategic spares stock held at these locations; across the UK, Europe and North America. AJW provides sales and service support from a network of offices globally; conducting business in 115 countries.
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AJW Technique will provide a broad range of component repair and overhaul services to the A J Walter Aviation customer base of more than 800 airlines. Utilising one of the best industry-specific engineering skill bases in the world, it will become a centralised hub for the AJW repair supply chain. This is focused on delivering world class reliability, guaranteed availability of components, and first class turn times to deliver improved efficiencies and minimise AOG costs; and the provision of superior warranties backed up by competitive pricing. http://www.ajw-aviation.com/our-business/ajw-technique.html
It focuses on expert knowledge and industry track record as it builds the new team to spearhead the company's component repair and overhaul services.
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