2022 – First half year exceeds expectations

Örebro, Sweden: With the books closed on the first half of 2022, TAM, Täby Air Maintenance, looks back on a good first half year, and have high hopes for an equally good rest of the year.

A number of Saab 340 Cargo Conversions, and the new Saab 2000 Cargo Conversion programme well under way, adds to a steady flow of ordinary MRO-work on Saabs and ATR 72s. Having both a Design Organization and Parts Production inhouse gives TAM a unique flexibility to support operators of regional aircraft with an unparalleled ability to provide not only a highly cost-effective MRO-service but also to solve upcoming, unexpected issues, be it in the hangars or as an AOG-occurrence.

With the successful Saab 340 Cargo Conversion programme, complemented by the new Saab 2000 Cargo Conversion programme, TAM has a firm position as the world’s leading Saab 340/2000 conversion specialist.

  • “I am glad to see that we, in this year’s first six months, actually exceeded our own expectations. Our Saab 340 cargo conversion continue to attract operators world-wide, and I am happy to see that we have more conversions in the pipe-line, coming the next 12-18 months, than I could have hoped for a year ago” says Pär Gulle, TAM Managing Director.
  • “The only clouds in the sky right now for me is that we urgently need more skilled staff as well as additional floor space in the workshops. We have some projects on-going to solve these issues, but nothing is finalized yet” Pär Gulle states.

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For further information: please contact Pär Gulle, phone +46 19 24 10 88 / +46 706 855 855, email: par@tam.se