Montreal, 12th February 2014: AJW Technique, the Montreal based MRO, has just completed final certification of a custom engineered heating system designed to complement the hot and cold pneumatic component tester already at the facility.
Over 330 hours of planning, fabrication and modification have been put into creating a robust system that ensures the Component Repair & Overhaul facility continues to meet the requirements of the Canadian Standards Association, while reinforcing the Company wide stance on total quality at every level.
“Our technical teams have been working on this project since June last year, so after extensive development time we are very pleased to be able to flick the switch, enhancing our core services as well as broadening our capability,” comments Guy Salicco, Production Manager.
This latest investment follows on from a series of initiatives focused on expanding what the AJW Group has to offer as a whole for the aircraft operator. The diverse range of products available link together to form a complete solution option for customers seeking end-to-end component management.
AJW Technique provides a broad range of component repair and overhaul services to the AJW Aviation customer base of more than 800 airlines. Utilising one of the best industry-specific engineering skill bases in the world, it is the centralised hub for the AJW repair supply chain. AJW Technique is focused on delivering world class reliability, guaranteed availability of components, and first class turn times to deliver improved efficiencies and minimise AOG costs; backed by superior warranties and competitive pricing.
DCA Certification is the most recent in a developing list of regionally specific approvals that include TCCA/FAA, EASA and DGCA Indonesia.
The five-year agreement will allow the new AJW Group facility in Montreal, Canada to undertake the maintenance, repair and overhaul of specific products underpinned by direct access to Honeywell...