8 Nov 2019
AJW Group, the world-leading independent specialist in the global management of aircraft spares, has appointed Martin Broadhurst as Non-Executive Director.
Broadhurst has been appointed to replace retiring Director, Randeep Grewal, to help oversee our diversification into new markets, predominantly defence, due to his proven track record of growing international organisations and expanding their capabilities.
He has over 15 years’ of experience running a large engineering organisation, with a total of over three decades’ of experience in the international aerospace and defence sectors.
Broadhurst previously held the title of chief executive and group director at Marshall Aerospace and Marshall of Cambridge, respectively, for fourteen years. He was subsequently chair of the Beagle Technology Group.
His portfolio at present consists of non-executive director and REMCO chair at Ultra Electronics Holdings plc, chairman for Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence and chairman of Royal Aeronautical Society.
Commenting on the appointment, Christopher Whiteside, President and CEO of AJW Group, said:
“We are welcoming Martin during a period of expansion for AJW Group. As we branch out into the business jet and defence sectors within the industry, his track-record of delivering international growth in new markets will be instrumental to our success.”
On his appointment, Martin Broadhurst, Non-Executive Director of AJW Group, said:
“AJW Group is a rapidly expanding global business and one which I have admired over the course of my career to-date. From its beginnings as a family business in Sussex, to its global footprint today, the opportunities for AJW Group as it diversifies are there for the taking.”
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