Safran announced today that it will display the M88 engine that powers the Rafale multirole fighter, and the Shakti helicopter turbine which was co-developed with HAL for the Dhruv twin-engine rotorcraft during Aero India Airshow.
The company will also display a wide range of products that include the AASM (air-to-ground modular missile) “Hammer”, BlueNaute, an ultimate “maintenance free” solution for maritime navigation, and explosives and narcotics detection technology handheld and desktop devices – Mobile Trace, Hardened Mobile Trace and Itemiser.
Safran has a 50/50 venture with HAL, exporting 100% of its production of aircraft / helicopter engine parts.
Stephane Lauret, Chief Executive Officer, Safran India, said, “We have been present in the Indian market for over 60 years and have focused on product development in India. We are working with our local partners in India’s aerospace, defense and security industries.”
Airbus Group and Safran have announced the creation of their new Joint Venture named Airbus Safran Launchers. With an initial workforce of around 450, starting operations on 1 January 2015, Airbus Safran Launchers will maintain the outstanding level of quality and reliability of Ariane 5, while working on a new family of state-of-the-art space launchers to foster Europes leading role in the space industry
Snecma (Safran) and Max Aerospace have partnered to offer military aircraft engine maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services in India, the companies said in a joint statement Tuesday. The joint venture Max Aero Engines Private Ltd (MAEPL) will provide complete engine support solutions, in particular shop-level maintenance and flight line services
Safran and Bharat Forge announced a long-term partnership to supply critical high integrity forged and machined components for Indian commercial aircraft applications to Safrans global affiliates last week. Over the past 18 months, Safran and Bharat Forge have worked on a demonstrator phase for initial trial production of critical forgings in a variety of materials; including titanium, nickel based and steel alloys, for aerospace
Safran has won a contract from German manufacturer Krauss Maffei Wegmann (KMW) to integrate its SIGMA 30 navigation and pointing system on all PzH 2000 tracked artillery systems acquired by Qatar. Sagem designed the SIGMA 30 pointing system to give long-range artillery quick, high-precision firing capability without GPS
Astrium today signed contracts with Snecma (Safran) and Europropulsion for the production of the cryogenic rocket engines (liquid oxygen and hydrogen) and solid rocket motors for 18 new Ariane 5 launchers. These contracts extend the agreements signed by Astrium and Safran in 2009 for the production of propulsion system and equipment on the PB batch of 35 Ariane 5 launchers
BAE Systems has received $112 million contract from the U.S
Safran has decided to place all of its companies under a single banner and brand name – Safran. The Safran logo therefore becomes the sole emblem representing all Group companies
François Tarel has been appointed as General manager at Microturbo (Safran), replacing Pierre-Yves Morvan. Mr
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