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AJW Group expands in the Middle East market with new appointment

Posted 17 October 2017 · Add Comment

AJW Group has appointed Prashant Mohan as the new Regional VP Sales, Middle East.

Mohan will be based out of AJW’s UAE office in Dubai, and will report to Tom De Geytere, Chief Sales Officer. A certified Management Accountant holding an Executive Masters in International Business, Prashant Mohan’s career spans over 17 years in the aviation industry. He joins AJW Group from NAS Holding where he was Head of Engineering Business Finance for five years – a group role that covered Flynas, NasTech and NasJet.

Mohan said: “I am looking forward to playing an integral part in supporting and strengthening AJW’s growth by understanding the challenges faced by current and prospective customers in the Middle East region, and delivering their commercial needs by developing supply chain solutions.”

Christopher Whiteside, President and CEO, AJW Group, added: “As we continue to increase our focus within the Middle East, we are delighted that Prashant has joined the business. His wealth of aviation expertise will serve our customers well as we continue to strengthen our customer service in this region.”

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