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AJW expand headquarters after rising demand

Posted 3 March 2017 · Add Comment

AJW Group, that has offices in Africa, has announced the expansion of its 375,000 square feet global headquarters in response to rising demand.

AJW, which is headquartered near Gatwick, in West Sussex, has secured planning permission to expand its secondary warehouse by a further 175,000 square feet – effectively doubling it in size.

AJW’s headquarters acts as its principal inventory hub for the dispersal of commercial aircraft spare parts throughout the world, and this extra storage capacity will allow it to respond even faster to operational demand from its global customer base.

Christopher Whiteside, President and CEO of AJW, said: “We are pleased to be able to make this additional investment in our existing world class warehouse facility at our global headquarters.

“AJW is highly regarded for its 24/7/365 AOG and critical response service and we are proud of our resources, in terms of expertise and inventory, which support more than 1000 airlines in 117 countries.”

 

 

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