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AJW appoints Andy Fleming as Head of Quality

Posted 4 June 2018 · Add Comment

AJW Group has appointed Andy Fleming to the position of Head of Quality.



In his new role (effective 1 June), Fleming (above) reports directly to Technical Director, Martyn Haines. Amongst Fleming’s responsibilities will be ensuring that AJW’s Quality Management System continues to meet and exceed the very highest customer, statutory and regulatory requirements.

Prior to his position at AJW, Fleming has had a successful 29-year career at British Airways where he worked in roles including Quality Engineer, Audit Manager and Compliance Monitoring Manager and Corporate Safety Manager. During that time, Fleming gained extensive experience in Quality and Safety Management in Aviation, including Health and Safety.

Christopher Whiteside, President and CEO of AJW Group, said: “Quality is integral to AJW’s DNA. We know that the only way to stay ahead in this highly competitive industry is to deliver exemplary customer service on time, every time. Fleming’s appointment to Head of Quality affirms our commitment to putting quality, innovation and efficiency at the heart of everything we do”.

On his appointment, Andy Fleming said: “I am delighted to be joining AJW as Head of Quality and am looking forward to bringing my experience to the maintenance and continuous improvement of AJW’s quality management systems”.

 

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