19 Oct 2016
AJW Technique continues to expand its international accreditation by achieving certification from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). This is the latest authority to add to the growing number of regionally specific approvals already achieved by the Montreal based component MRO facility.
The CAAC has authorized certification on over 3000 airframe and engine components, a decision which enables AJW Technique to offer the benefits of broad spectrum MRO services to an increasing number of dynamic, fast growing operators in the world’s largest emerging market. Platform coverage includes most Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier derivatives.
Such scope of CAAC approval across all major ATA Chapters also means that AJW Technique can provide new support options and supply chain efficiencies for trade businesses looking at supporting operators directly in region, the extensive coverage enables consolidation of customer vendor bases and therefore reduced administrative burden. This further solidifies the facility’s position as a true, cross OEM integrator of capabilities where key agreements have ensured ongoing technical and spares support.
Gavin Simmonds, General Manager, AJW Technique, said:
“Securing CAAC approval is an exciting step forward for AJW Technique. It is recognition that our technicians provide world class component repair and overhaul support and will give us greater access to the booming Chinese Aviation market.
“We can now offer a unique one-stop-service, across all OEM products, streamlining repairs for both regional and international operators as well as trade organizations offering truly flexible, tailored solutions for all of our customers.”
AJW Technique’s 160,000 square foot MRO facility is one of the world’s leading component repair workshops home to 200 dedicated technicians and support staff responsible for ensuring repeatable quality at every stage of the maintenance cycle.
AJW Technique already holds seven global approvals, including the TCCA (Canada), FAA (USA), EASA (Europe), ANAC (Brazil), CAAS (Singapore), DGCA (Indonesia) and DCA (Thailand).
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