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Ordinary and extraordinary shareholders’ meeting
All of the resolutions were adopted Dividend payment of €0.25 per share Paris, May 28, 2009 SAFRAN's Ordinary and Extraordinary Shareholders' Meeting, chaired by Mr Francis Mer, took place today at Théâtre Marigny in Paris on May 28, 2009 All of the resolutions submitted to shareholders for approval at the meeting were adopted by a large majority. SAFRAN shareholders approved the 2008 consolidated financial statements and decided on the payment of a dividend of €0.25 per share.
First-quarter 2009 consolidated revenue
In line with targets
Paris, April 16, 2009 Key figures and significant events
Results for full-year 2008 in line with forecasts - Major strengths to meet the challenges of 2009
Paris, 18 February 2009 Key figures 2008(*) All figures in this press release represent adjusted data (see appendix). (As of 31 December) (1) Reported revenue for the year ended December 31, 2007, which included the communication branch, amounted to €12,003 million and profit from operations totaled €706 million. The 2007 results presented above have been restated for the purpose of meaningful comparison with results for 2008.
(2) €146 million gain arising on the transfer of Monetel business to Ingénico.
Safran reports nine-month revenue 2009 (ended September 30, 2009)
- Solid performance in an uncertain civil aerospace environment with nine-month revenue 2009 at Euro 7.5 billion, up 1.2% year-on-year on a reported basis.
- Services (rechanges et MRO) share of revenue increased to 49% in Aerospace Propulsion and 32% in Aircraft Equipment.
- Security delivered strong organic and acquisition-driven growth resulting in a reported sales increase of more than 30% at Euro 640 million.
Safran wheels, carbon brakes and electrical wiring chosen for Airbus A350XWB
Paris, February 18, 2009 Airbus has selected two SAFRAN Group companies, Messier-Bugatti and Labinal, to design, develop and manufacture critical systems and equipment for its new A350XWB long-haul commercial jet. Messier-Bugatti will supply the wheels and carbon brakes, based on Sepcarb®III OR carbon disks, today's benchmark, with the lowest rate of wear and best friction performance in the world. Messier-Bugatti will also supply the two nose wheels and eight main wheels for the different versions of this aircraft.
SAFRAN completes acquisition of Motorola's biometrics business
Paris and Schaumburg, IL - April 7, 2009 SAFRAN and Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) announced today that they have completed the previously-announced sale of Motorola's biometric business unit, including the Printrak trademark, to SAFRAN through its wholly owned subsidiary, Sagem Sécurité. **** SAFRAN, with approximately $15 billion in revenue in 2008, is an international high-technology group. SAFRAN has been operating in the U.S.
Safran reports improved half-year results for 2010 with a recurring operating margin of 8.2% of revenue
Leading to an upward revision of full-year outlook.
Safran reports solid third-quarter 2010 revenue growth.
Safran first quarter revenue 2010 in line with full-year outlook for stable revenue
All figures in this press release represent Adjusted(1) data.
Safran's full-year results for 2010 show strong progress
Recurring operating margin of 8.2% of revenue
Positive net cash position at year-end
All figures in this press release represent Adjusted(1) data, except when noted.
Restated full-year 2009 income statement is provided in the Annex (see pages 11 to 12 of this press release).