AJW Group launches remarketing service

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AJW Group launches remarketing service

AJW Group, a world-leading independent aircraft component parts, repair, and supply chain solutions provider, announced the launch of a new division within the group specialising in aircraft remarketing.

The new remarketing division includes a team of highly experienced remarketing specialists and provides a tailormade service to meet the challenging needs of aircraft operators, owners, investors, and insolvency practitioners seeking convenience and reduced administration whilst wishing to maximise their assets potential value.

With over 90 years of industry-leading nose-to-tail knowledge of aircraft maintenance, operating costs, and technical knowledge of the full life cycle of an aircraft, AJW Group are proven experts in evaluating assets. With a global network and extensive industry insight the team of aircraft remarketing specialists negotiate the best possible solution that maximises the asset value saving customers time and money.

The team is led by Tony Whitty, Senior Vice President Sales, who spent over 30 years in aircraft remarketing, helping many airlines, banks and other owners remarket their assets. Tony is joined by Charley Cleaver and Alex Babis, all three having worked together on many projects and who collectively have over 75 years of remarketing experience within the commercial aircraft market sector.

Tony Whitty, senior vice president for sales of AJW Group, said: “We are proud to add value to our customer experience by offering clients the new remarketing service. Our strong team of specialists bring vast industry insight and by accessing our global network to offer our clients the best solution, reinforce AJWs commitment to supporting aviation efficiency.”


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