Safran Celebrates Manufacturing Day
National Manufacturing Day is an opportunity to inspire the next generation about the industry and careers in modern manufacturing. Safran is a key contributor to the U.S. manufacturing industry, providing advanced aerospace and defense technologies that drive innovation.
To mark this key observance, Safran is highlighting some of its facilities across the United States. In Rochester, New Hampshire, Safran Aircraft Engines partners with Albany International to produce aircraft engine parts in 3D woven composites using the RTM (resin transfer molding) process.
For 40 years, Safran Helicopter Engines has been assembling and repairing helicopter engines in Grand Prairie, Texas. The company’s U.S. customer base covers approximately 400 operators.
Here's a behind-the-scenes look at Safran Landing Systems’ wheels and carbon brakes facility in Walton. The company is a key contributor to the Kentucky aerospace sector.
Passenger seats for economy, premium economy and domestic business class are manufactured in Gainesville, Texas.
Safran Aerosystems – the world leader in emergency evacuation technologies – produces life vests at its facility in Liberty, Mississippi.
In Bedford, New Hampshire, Safran Optics 1 designs and produces laser rangefinders, visual augmentation systems, inertial navigation systems and targeting solutions.
A look at cabin solutions developed by Safran Cabin in California, Oklahoma and Washington state.
In San Diego, California, Safran Power Units assembles business jet auxiliary power units (APUs).
Safran Electrical & Power is a world leader in aircraft electrical systems. The company manufactures switches, circuit breakers, and contactors in Sarasota, Florida, and assembles electrical wiring interconnection systems in Denton, Texas.