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AJW invests in Global Express components
A quantity of Global Express parts is now available for sale, exchange and lease via AJW Group's Montreal MRO.
Engines, landing gear ship sets, flaps and APUs form part of the consignment of Global Express parts bought by APW.

Aircraft spares management company AJW Group has bolstered its presence in the business jet market with a major investment in Bombardier Global Express components. These will be available to customers for sale, exchange and lease, and available inventory includes two BR710 engines, landing gear ship set, flaps and auxiliary power units. The inventory is held at AJW Technique, the centralised hub for the AJW Group's MRO in Montreal, and is available for shipment worldwide.

AJW has held a contractual relationship with Bombardier since 2018, undertaking all repair management for the OEM's rotable inventory covering the Learjet, Challenger and Global series family of aircraft.

AJW Group president and CEO Christopher Whiteside says: “This investment marks a major milestone for AJW Group and cements our strength in delivering business aircraft solutions. Bombardier was the first airframe OEM we partnered with as part of a long-term supply chain management agreement, and it's a testament to our hard work throughout the contract that our relationship with them has gone from strength to strength.”

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