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AJW Technique, the maintenance hub for the AJW Group’s component repair and overhaul service, based in Montreal, has undertaken the Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) process inspection (PI) with zero findings and zero observations.
In addition to a detailed review of the large number of work orders, the TCCA also audited the oxygen mask facility at AJW Technique and concluded that the facility, the work and records were of a high quality.
The successful audit means that AJW Technique’s 160,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility has once again secured TCCA approval. TCCA approval is a pre-requisite for any organisation in Canada to perform maintenance services on aircraft components and issue certificates to fly.
“We are incredibly proud to once again secure TCCA approval. This recognition is absolutely crucial to AJW Technique; not just as an aerospace provider operating in Canada, but also as it demonstrates the exceptionally high standards our team commits to deliver daily in order to improve airlines’ component reliability, whilst reducing their direct maintenance costs,” said Christopher Whiteside, president and CEO, AJW Group.
Over the past seven years, AJW Technique has rapidly grown into a business that today has more than 200 engineers, providing support to over 300 airlines across the globe, processing in excess of 35,000 units per year across 6,000-part number lines
Alongside the TCCA approval, which is bilaterally recognized by the FAA (U.S.), AJW Technique also holds approvals from ANAC (Brazil), EASA (Europe), DGCA (Indonesia), CAAC (China), CAAS (Singapore) HKCAD (Hong Kong) and JCAB (Japan), enabling support to AJW Group’s customers worldwide.