Paris, France, June 19, 2013
Safran Engineering Services a subsidiary of Labinal (Safran) announced today the opening of a new office in Montreal, Canada and its selection by Aerolia to supply the design of the Hydraulics Systems Installation for the center fuselage of Bombardier’s Global 7000 and Global 8000 aircrafts.
Safran Engineering Services took this opportunity, with a vision to expand world-class capabilities to the Canadian cluster & subsequently increase proximity to its customers,
“For the next 3 years Safran Engineering Services’ teams and Aerolia will be working side by side to ensure successful design solutions for this important program.” says Bruno Bernard CEO of Safran Engineering Services.
Labinal is a high-tech company in the Safran Group and is recognized as the world leader in the field of electrical interconnection systems (and the engineering and technology that goes with them) for the aviation, space and defence markets and counts more than 10,500 employees in ten different countries. The company’s unrivalled expertise is firmly rooted in decades of success in industrial design, development and production as reflected in the long-term partnerships it has with the main global aeronautical companies.
About Safran Engineering Services
Safran Engineering Services, subsidiary of Labinal, offers high technology engineering services in aerospace and ground transportation industry. With its 3,700 engineers and technicians, engaged within 9 Business Units around the world (France, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, United States, Mexico, Morocco, India and Brazil ) it is organized into competence centers combining expertise in the areas of Electrical Systems, Aerostructures, Mechanical Systems, Software and Electronic Embedded Systems, and Certification and Safety.
Safran and business aviation: An Industry-leading Relationship Supported by the Company's U.S. Industrial Footprint
Safran's U.S. industrial footprint is the most extensive outside of France, comprising 31 companies and joint ventures with nearly 7,000 employees that work at 58 locations across 22 states.
Marc Bourret is named the head of its Canadian subsidiary. François Paynot is new site director in Aerolia Saint-Nazaire.
Aerolia intends to create 220 new jobs by the end of 2011, to help the company expand in France and abroad.