AJW has remained at the forefront of the aircraft component supply industry for over 85 years. The Company was founded in 1932 by Anthony James Walter and started as a surplus parts redistribution business supporting the Piper Cub light aircraft. Building upon this unique heritage, the AJW Group now leads the world not only in the supply and repair of Airbus and Boeing spare parts, but also through the provision of specialised aviation-centric support services that are chosen by airlines around the world.
A new purpose-built headquarters was constructed in 2012 close to Gatwick airport, which marked a decade of exponential business growth and diversification. AJW companies are now based out of London, Montreal, China, Dubai, Singapore and North America with strategic aircraft spares stock held in these locations and across the UK, Europe and US. Additionally AJW provides sales and service support from a network of local offices globally, conducting business with more than 1,000 airlines in 117 countries.
The acquisition of AJW Technique in 2012, has established a global hub for AJW repair activities in Montreal and this complements a network of more than eighty preferred component repair vendors where quality, reliability and delivery underpin competitive pricing.
AJW History & Headquarters
Today, AJW Group companies employ nearly 750 staff globally with extensive multi-lingual capabilities and a wealth of previous direct experience from airlines, OEMs, logistics and MRO organisations.
This team is united in its focus and determination to provide airline customers with an outstanding range of flexible services to enhance operational success and profitability.
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