London, 6th August 2013: AJW Aviation has appointed Ruslan Nurislamov as VP Business Development to promote its integrated aircraft support services. Nurislamov will be responsible for Russia and CIS regions and will also focus on promoting AJW Technique – the global hub for AJW component repair activities located in Montréal.
Based in the Moscow office, Nurislamov brings with him a wealth of experience from his previous roles as Customer Support, Sales and General Manager for Lufthansa Technik for the Central Asia region.
His new role will be to continue AJW’s strengthening global presence, particularly within the Russia and CIS region. Nurislamov will focus on the strategic development and new sales opportunities for the Company, as well as continually ensuring complete customer satisfaction globally.
Christopher Whiteside, President AJW Group comments “AJW has worked tirelessly to build and strengthen its worldwide offices to maximise the Company’s dynamic and diverse structure on a global scale. Over the past few years we have inaugurated office and warehousing in Montréal, Singapore, Miami and Dubai with additional strategic spares hubs located across Europe and the US. With Ruslan’s 19 years of experience and expertise in sales and logistics, he will be a great asset to help us gain recognition for the group’s far-reaching specialised aviation services throughout Russia & CIS region. Ruslan will further strengthen the support that we give to our current clients and be instrumental in developing our burgeoning relationships with operators, looking for the uniquely comprehensive and flexible solutions that AJW provides.”
It has appointed Satvendar (Sam) Singh as Chief Commercial Officer.
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