eJet International has relocated to a larger office suite in Tiverton after recording 20% growth for 2017. eJet has been based in Tiverton for over 10 years, and company directors John Pitts and Katherine Laing, who both live locally, decided to remain in the area when it came to looking at potential new offices.
With 18 years of business under its belt, eJet has worked at some of the world’s busiest airports providing expertise in the aviation fuel sector. The company has since expanded its services, offering operational as well as engineering support, including project management, consultancy and procurement.
John Pitts, eJet Managing Director, said: “This is an exciting time for us. We have seen continued growth and are getting our teeth into some meaty projects, this has allowed us to harness our full skill set and services. We have also recently been awarded ISO9001, an internationally-recognised quality standard which underpins our service.
“The team and I have clocked-up almost 100,000 air miles this year alone, visiting countries near and far. As we approach the festive season, the office move and securing the ISO9001 have allowed us to take stock and reflect on what we have achieved – it really is an early Christmas present for us all.”
The team has contributed to some of the latest developments in aviation fuel operations at major airports across the globe. With increasing international pressure to lower CO2 emissions, eJet has been at the forefront of championing the wider use of renewable fuels, a topic the whole company feels passionately about.
eJet secured the ISO9001 Quality Management System accreditation following a rigorous audit process and quality checks. The ISO is a gold standard that shows eJet strives to ensure its products and services meet customers’ requirements and that quality is consistently improved. Above is a picture of Vicky proudly displaying the certification certificate right before it went up on the wall.
The company is currently working on various projects in Singapore, Luxembourg and Dublin, and is also developing a number of specialist software products into 2018.Back to Latest News