FEAM AERO will expand their portfolio of services with a new vertical in major repair and recovery, spearheaded by their most recent hire. Michael Turpin has been appointed vice president of major repair and recovery to oversee this new service offering, and uphold FEAM’s standards of quality and safety in this category.
“Our goal is to see FEAM grow in the global market, and to be considered the undisputed leader in repair and recovery,” adds Turpin, who brings 37 years of aviation experience to his new role.
Turpin is a former United States Navy Crew Chief who began his career in aviation working to repair SH-3H and CH-53E helicopters that had acquired significant structural damage. He later joined RAMS at McDonnell Douglas and traveled extensively repairing Douglas aircrafts.
As a compliment to FEAM’s MRO Services, adding major repair and recovery will allow FEAM to offer a turnkey solution to all customers who are looking for high quality, cost effective ways to recover and repair aircrafts without paying OEM prices. FEAM’s major repair and recovery teams will be deployed throughout their U. S. and international locations to support adjusters, underwriters, and airlines with on-the-ground repairs.
“We are thrilled to add Michael Turpin to our growing team. The creation of his position, and the corresponding new capabilities it represents are a glimpse into the big-picture thinking that FEAM has embarked on as part of our global expansion plan. We are extremely confident in Mr. Turpin’s ability to exceed expectations, and look forward to all that he will accomplish in this new role,” explains Cam Murphy, president of FEAM AERO.