AJW Aviation Wins ‘The Aviation 100 Parts Supplier of the Year’ Award for Second Year Running

London, 27th January 2014:  AJW Aviation, the leading independent complete aircraft spares support specialist, is proud to have once again been announced as the winner of ‘The Aviation 100 Parts Supplier of the Year’ Award 2014.

Now in its fourth year, the Airline Economics ‘Aviation 100’ awards is one of the largest events of its kind and recognises the year’s industry leading performers, based on votes and top ten rankings across strict criteria. 2013 was a year of amalgamation, increased finance and leasing interest in the parts market, with investors taking more interest than ever in buying out parts supply companies. AJW Aviation has continued its dominance of the aftermarket during the past 12 months and has again, for the second year running, been voted for by its peers in a four month long survey.

Accepting the award was Ian Malin, AJW Treasurer, Director & Chief Investment Officer who commented “The criteria for this award included parts stocked, current and new clients over the past 12 months, locations, number of employees, ability to source, supply and timescales. This criteria is a continuous reminder of AJW’s outstanding achievements in the last year alone, and is a great start to 2014 for the Company. We are very proud to once again accept this award, particularly as it is voted for by our peers from across the aviation industry, including our customers, partners and suppliers, which makes it especially important to us.”

AJW is based out of London, Dubai, Singapore, Miami and Montreal with further Airbus and Boeing inventory hubs across the globe. Already highly regarded for its award-winning 24/7 AOG and critical component supply services, AJW continues to develop a service portfolio which now incorporates component repair as well as integrated consumables, engine and airframe part-out activities. A significant global leader, AJW serves a customer base of more than 800 airlines, in over 115 countries and with over 400 aircraft under contract.

 

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