Saab signs new 5-year contract with Golden Air
In December last year, Saab Aerotech signed a contract with Golden Air regarding PEP (Parts Exchange Program). The contract extends over 5 years and is worth 77 million SEK.
Golden Air have had a PEP- contract with Saab Aerotech previously for their Saab 340 fleet. A contract that they have now decided to extend with 5 years.
”We have built-up a relationship with Saab Aerotech over the years and they can offer us a solution that suits our needs. We are very pleased that we have renewed our PEP contract and look forward to a continued profitable collaboration”, says Anders Källson, Managing Director, Golden Air.
The PEP program gives Golden Air full service component maintenance of approximately 300 components. The contract that was signed at the end of last year extends over 5 years and is worth approximately 77 million SEK.
”Golden Air is one of our key customers, and the fact that they have chosen to renew and extend their contract with us is extremely pleasing. This type of long-term contract creates a stability that benefits both us and Golden Air”, says Michael Andersson, Executive Vice President, Saab Aerotech.
Golden Air is a regional company which has its head office in Trollhättan and runs operations in Sweden and Finland. Golden Air is part of the Thun group, which has operations in shipping, property maintenance and the aircraft industry. The parent company is Erik Thun AB, which has a 65 year tradition of Swedish and International shipping with emphasis on coastal and short sea shipping.
Saab Aerotech is Sweden’s leading supplier of integrated support solutions. The range covers a wide selection of services and products for cost effective support for systems and platforms during the entire lifecycle. The company offers its capabilities and competencies globally to customers within defence, civil security and civil aviation. Saab Aerotech is a business unit within the Saab group.