On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Cam Murphy, the managing director of FEAM, joins to discuss the airline maintenance and engineering services provider’s experience expanding its U.S.-based operations throughout 2020 and into early 2021 under the many regulatory and operational challenges posed by the impact of the COVID-19 crisis.
Holding an MBA in Aerospace and Defense, Murphy has helped institute many of the organizational and cultural changes at FEAM including; building brand awareness, instituting employee and customer relationship and retention strategies and upgrading the company’s IT infrastructure. FEAM was founded in 1992 by his father, Fred Murphy.
Their latest expansion includes a new hangar added at Miami International Airport. According to Murphy, the business has also been seeing an increase in demand for maintenance services from air cargo operators, many of whom are preparing to start transporting or already are flying with COVID-19 vaccines.
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