TAM changed the name of its cargo business from TAM Express to TAM Cargo. The growing unit generates revenue from carrying cargo in the bellies of its 110 passenger aircraft. It said it will invest BRL30 million ($17.9 million) this year on infrastructure for domestic cargo terminals and national and international freight systems. Its gross cargo revenue totaled BRL776.8 million in 2007, up 60% over 2006, comprising 9.2% of the Brazilian airline's total revenue.

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