UK-based AJW Group inks deal with Bahrain’s MENA Aerospace for strategic alliances

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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UK-based leading independent specialist in the supply and repair of aircraft spare parts, AJW Group has entered into a regional partnership agreement with Bahrain-owned aviation service provider, MENA Aerospace to offer enhanced aircraft part support in the Middle East region.

The strategic partnership is also intended to provide component MRO and logistical support to fixed and rotary-wing aircraft operating in the region. The mutually beneficial alliance enables AJW to further develop its business in the Middle East region alongside the Bahrain company.

Furthermore, the agreement will also help customers all around the Middle Eastern region to get access to AJW’s extensive global inventory of more than 450,000-line items valued at $500 million.

Christopher Whiteside
Christopher Whiteside
Chairman & CEO
AJW Group

“We are delighted to announce our partnership with MENA Aerospace. Increasing our presence in the Middle Eastern region is part of our strategic expansion, made possible by joining forces with MENA Aerospace to offer a full service offering to the regional operators. AJW’s award-winning services, vast inventory, and MRO capabilities alongside MENA’s regional infrastructure, business network, and local insight will enable us to offer our world-class services and solutions to the region.”

Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Juman, Managing Director at MENA Aerospace said, “We are excited to be expanding the services we offer our regional customers who will benefit from access to seamless spare parts supply and repair services from a world-leading independent specialist.”

“Our customers will benefit from AJW’s expertise as well as our well-developed aviation service knowledge, regional presence, and infrastructure. We are very eager to support the partnership with our technical support services and aircraft hangar facilities,” Mr. Juman added.

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