Following its exit from Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, Tamarack Aerospace Group has expanded its Sandpoint, Idaho facilities by tripling its office space, as well as acquiring a third hangar. The expansion is part of a larger plan to add additional staff for increased research and development activities for its Atlas active winglet system.
Currently, the company is recruiting for five sales and engineering positions and expects to fill another five mostly engineering positions before the end of the year. “We’re excited to be adding to our team,” said Tamarack president Jacob Klinginsmith. “We’re in a hiring phase now and as we close out 2020, we expect to add even more to the team as our sales numbers continue to steadily grow and new projects come online late this year and early next year.”
Tamarack is also seeing growth overseas, with the addition in July of the Tamarack European Installation Center at Jet Maintenance International’s facility at London-Oxford Airport in the UK. That facility was established to expedite Atlas winglet installations and reduce supply-chain lead times, as well as augment sales and marketing in the region. “We’ve been focused on rebuilding our team this year, which is the core of our business, along with our outstanding customer community,” said Tamarack CEO Nick Guida.