Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of Safran Transmission Systems SA
Safran Transmission Systems SA manufactures airborne power transmission and management systems for international civil and military aircraft markets. It designs, develops, manufactures, and supports power transmission systems for civil and military airplanes, helicopters, mainline commercial jets, regional and business jets, single-aisle and widebody commercial jets, and military transport and combat aircraft; and electronic power controllers for onboard electrical equipment. The company also manufactures hydromechanical equipment for aircraft engines; gears and housings for power transmissions and assembly; components for airplane and helicopter engines and nacelles; and products for onboar...
2, boulevard du Général Martial Valin
Founded in 1898
Key Executives for Safran Transmission Systems SA
Vice President of Finance
Chief Executive Officer of Safran Transmission Systems Poland
Vice President of Technical
Vice President of Human Resources & Communication
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Safran Transmission Systems SA Key Developments
Rolls-Royce and Hispano-Suiza Names its Joint Venture Aero Gearbox International and Plans to Construct New Production Plant in Poland
Aug 7 15
Rolls-Royce and Hispano-Suiza (Safran) have named their joint venture Aero Gearbox International and announced plans to construct a new production plant in Poland. The news follows the signing of a final agreement, on 24 October 2014, to create a jointly-owned company that will design, develop, produce and support accessory drive trains (ADTs) for all of Rolls-Royce's future civil aircraft engines. The new venture will capitalise on its parent companies' combined experience and expertise, encompassing the capabilities of Hispano-Suiza in the design and production of accessory drive trains, and the engine design and propulsion system integration skills of Rolls-Royce. Based on an initial exclusive 25-year contract, Aero Gearbox International will cover the entire range of civil aircraft, from business jets to widebody commercial jets. Accessory drive trains, sometimes referred to as accessory gearboxes, are a critical component of a gas turbine engine, harnessing its power to drive systems and accessories such as fuel pumps, hydraulic pumps and electrical generators. The accessory drive train for the new Trent 7000 will be one of Aero Gearbox International's first products. Rolls-Royce and Hispano-Suiza will manage Aero Gearbox International's operations. The joint venture will initially have a total of 60 employees from the two parent companies spread across Colombes (near Paris, France), Derby (UK) and Dahlewitz (Germany). It is headquartered at Hispano-Suiza's site in Colombes. The construction of a new production plant will start at the end of 2015. It will be located in the Podkarpackie Province in southeast Poland. This dedicated production facility will harness the region's mechanical expertise and draw on the experience of the Hispano-Suiza Polska facility located in Sedziszow Malopolski. The new plant will initially grow to approximately 110 people and the first deliveries are expected in 2017.
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