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Published on March 14th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer

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AJW Group Signs a Power-by-the-Hour Contract with Aer Lingus

Gatwick based AJW Group has been selected by Aer Lingus as its supply chain management provider. AJW Group will perform data analysis and assistance regarding component engineering services for the entire Aer Lingus fleet of A320 family and A330 aircraft, as well as providing repair and logistical support. The contract is a Repair Cycle Management (RCM) agreement.

AJW will offer a system integration with Aer Lingus’ AMOS system to deliver a highly efficient supply chain solution to drive superior performance and operational excellence which aligns with AJW’s digital expansion strategy. The service includes a very close working relationship between AJW and Aer Lingus engineering teams and AJW Technique, the Group’s Maintenance Repair and Overhaul facility, will play a significant role in the new contract with a high degree of capability of the contracted coverage of Aer Lingus components. The AJW Group is a world-leading independent specialist in the supply and repair of aircraft spare parts, with over 6,000 commercial and business aircraft under contract across 117 countries.

By establishing mutually beneficial trusted and established partnerships to transform operational efficiency, AJW will utilise the trusted and established vendor supply chain relationships to lead the industry by enabling cost savings and increasing efficiency for customers. The AJW Group is highly regarded for its 24/7/365 AOG and critical response service and has dedicated sales and service teams located worldwide, along with global stock locations.

Commenting on the new agreement, Dominic Ryan, Aer Lingus’s Director of Maintenance, explains the main deciding factors for selecting AJW when he said, “Aer Lingus has a long-standing relationship with AJW. With a strong partner in AJW, known for its global supply chain excellence and innovation, we are confident that this partnership will support our key focus on safety, efficiency and operational excellence.”

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