AJW Technique Montreal appoints Sajedah Rustom as CEO

AJW Technique Press Release | September 3, 2019

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AJW Technique, the maintenance hub for AJW Group’s global component repair and overhaul activities, has appointed Sajedah Rustom as chief executive officer.

At AJW Technique, Rustom will be responsible for leading strategy and business development, products and services innovation, while ensuring flawless execution and customer satisfaction. AJW Technique Photo
At AJW Technique, Rustom will be responsible for leading strategy and business development, products and services innovation, while ensuring flawless execution and customer satisfaction. AJW Technique Photo

At AJW Technique, Rustom will be responsible for leading strategy and business development, products and services innovation, while ensuring flawless execution and customer satisfaction.

Rustom brings more than fifteen years of strategic and operational leadership experience in both commercial and business aviation with her to the new role.

She was previously responsible for aftermarket products and services development as well as the transformation of the business aircraft aftermarket at Bombardier Aerospace, with significant results.

Rustom holds a bachelor and a master’s degree from the University of London.

“I am delighted to welcome Sajedah to lead our team at AJW Technique. Sajedah’s appointment marks an important step towards us realizing our ambitious vision for AJW Group to be a $1 billion business by 2022,” said Christopher Whiteside, CEO and president of AJW Group. “Sajedah has an impressive track record in the aviation industry. Her experience will be instrumental in accelerating our future growth, and ensuring we meet the diverse, evolving needs of our customers.”

“AJW is a business I have long admired, this will indeed be a superb and exciting challenge. I look forward to working with such a skilled, energetic team to execute on our plan to grow and develop AJW Technique’s suite of services,” added Rustom.

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