Safran Electrical Components A leader in electrical protection components
Safran Electrical Components is the subsidiary of Safran Electrical & Power specializing in electrical components. It is also the world leader in harsh environment harnesses for landing gear and U.S. military applications.
Electrical interconnection components
Safran Electrical Components is one of the leaders in components for aeronautic applications. As a specialist in components for electrical interconnection systems, it fully protects and comprehensively manages cables, from individual parts to sub-assemblies.
Landing gear harness
Safran Electrical Components is the world leader in harsh environment harnesses for landing gears, and its expertise covers the entire product life cycle, from the design of 3D drawings to manufacturing, assembly and after-sales service.
Fluid transfer components
Safran Electrical Components designs and supplies a wide range of special flexible hoses and sub-assemblies for the conveyance of low and medium pressure fluids in the aeronautics, defense, automotive and industrial fields.
Design and development
A specific design? Any plans for the future? With its expertise, experience and know-how, our development and R&T team will support you throughout your project.
Production, maintenance and repair
Six sites around the world with a shared goal, ensuring the best possible performance, lead time and quality. Our repair stations conduct appraisals and repair our products within the best possible timeframe.
Our own recognized and certified laboratories means that we can ensure the manufacture, quality and qualification of our interconnection components, electrical harnesses and hoses.
Our rating on gender equality
0 88 / 100
Comparison of the percentage of men and women having received a raise.
Difference in average salary between men and women.
Comparison of the percentage of men and women having received a promotion.
Whether all women received a raise on returning from a maternity/adoption leave.
Number of women in the top 10 paying positions.
Criterion No. 1: Difference in average salary between men and women - 38/ 40
Criterion No. 2: Comparison of the percentage of men and women having received a raise - 35 /35
Criterion No. 3: Whether all women received a raise on returning from a maternity/adoption leave - 15 /15
Criterion No. 4: Number of women in the top 10 paying positions - 0 /10
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