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Safran shareholders visit Safran Nacelles plant in Le Havre

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Safran Nacelles is headquartered in Le Havre, France, with other facilities in the United Kingdom, Germany, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates, China and Russia. It has 3,800 employees, including 1,600 in Le Havre.

Safran shareholders visit Safran Transmission Systems plant near Paris

Safran Transmission Systems is the world leader in mechanical power transmission systems for commercial and military aircraft. The company designs, develops, produces and supports these systems, which tap mechanical energy from the airplane's engines to power aircraft and engine systems. With facilities in both France and Poland, the company has 1,600 employees. Colombes is both corporate headquarters and one of its two production facilities, with more than 900 employees.

Safran reports sales for Q3 and first nine months of 2017

Highlights include the delivery of 1,333 CFM56 and LEAP engines as of September 30, 2017. In addition to the 2,192 LEAP engine orders and commitments recorded over the first nine months of the year, CFM logged 424 orders and commitments for CFM56 engines, as demand was sustained. The two engine programs together have a backlog of 14,777 orders at September 30, equal to more than seven years of production.

Shareholders visit Safran Helicopter Engines plant in southwest France

Plant General Manager Alain Peltier kicked off the visit with a general overview of the company, the world's leading manufacturer of helicopter turbine engines, while also presenting the plant and its history.

Shareholders visit Safran’s Gennevilliers plant near Paris

The visit kicked off with a presentation of the Gennevilliers site and its long history. Shareholders then got a close-up look at the unit that produces fan blades for commercial jet engines. Made of a titanium alloy, these blades are forged, stamped and machined. The production of fan blades requires an impressive array of machinery and equipment, including several powerful presses for hot forging, adaptive polishing machines and high-speed 5-axis machining cells to finish the blades.

2017 interim financial report now available

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Safran publishes first-half results

On July 28, 2017, Safran published its first-half results, including adjusted revenue of more than 8 billion euros, an increase of 2.4% over the previous year on an organic basis.

Video – Highlights of Safran 2017 Shareholders’ Meeting (in French)

The Safran 2017 Annual Shareholders' Meeting took place on June 15 at Paris-La Défense (France). Click here to watch four videos (in French) featuring highlights from the event: Safran Group business activities in 2016 and outlook for 2017, presentation of 2016 financial results, reports by the Board of Directors and the Chairman of the Board, and the question & answer session. 

Safran shareholders visit Molsheim plant in eastern France

Situated in Molsheim, close to the town of Strasbourg, the facility founded by Ettore Bugatti is one of the company’s historic sites and celebrated its 100-year anniversary in 2009.

On Tuesday, June 27, 2017, about 15 Safran shareholders visited the Safran Landing Systems plant in Molsheim, in the Alsace region of eastern France.

6 good reasons to own Safran shares

When you hold Safran shares, you enjoy a host of advantages:

1. Take part in the development of an exceptional global enterprise.

Safran is an international high-tech group and tier-1 supplier of systems and equipment for the aerospace and defense. Operating worldwide, Safran has 66,500 employees and recorded sales of 15.8 billion euros (excluding security). Working alone or in partnership, Safran holds world or European leadership positions in its core markets.

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