Savback Helicopters announces new commercial director


Savback Helicopters has appointed Fredrik Bergman as commercial director, effective immediately.

Fredrik will lead public sector customer liaison and sales in the Nordics for the company’s expanded portfolio of aircraft, including drones and eVTOL’s.  He will also provide support to the Savback team on wider commercial sales opportunities. Bergman has served as advisor to the company since 2021.

A distinguished aerospace personality with 35 years’ service in the Swedish Air Force, Bergman is a trained fighter pilot with over 2,000 hours of fighter jet experience.

Bergman said,  “I am very pleased to join the Savback team and hope that my extensive experience in the public sector will be beneficial to the company’s continued development.  As commercial director with a focus on sales into the public sector I look forward to making a positive contribution and using my operational knowledge to help grow and strengthen the business.”

Savback’s chief executive officer Reja Savbäck said, ’We are honoured to have Fredrik onboard as we shape our future success and believe he will be a key component of our company growth, integrating his experience with our mission.  His wide military credentials and experience in the public sector make him a great complement to our established commercial team.”

 Michael Savbäck, founder of Savback said, “Fredrik’s extensive experience and skills in leadership and organizational transformations play an important role in our continued development and expansion.  He will be a key member of our team as we grow our aviation portfolio.’’

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