Safran in Mexico
The Safran group has operated in Mexico for more than 20 years. Today, it is the first Aerospace Employer in Mexico with more than 3,000 employees in ten companies and is also active in the defense and security sectors.
Safran México is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Safran group. It is tasked with:
- Representing the Safran group in relations with all Mexican institutions and promoting the Group in the country.
- Coordinating Safran’s operations in Mexico and Central America.
- Assisting Group companies in their business development.
The Safran group is heavily involved in sustainable development projects and training programs. For instance, it is leading the project of creation of a French-Mexican “Aviation Campus” in Querétaro, to develop a high-skilled and trained labour force in aviation jobs. Furthermore, the Group welcomes a number of interns and participates in professional training programs. It has also been a leader in the creation of the aerospace cluster in Querétaro.
The Group also works with Mexican industry on various sustainable development initiatives, In particular we are working with the airline Interjet on the development of a second-generation biofuel, and plan to fly an A320 powered by a CFM56 engine using this fuel.
Several of the Group’s companies have subsidiaries or affiliates in Mexico:
- Labinal (Chihuahua State)
- Snecma, Messier Dowty, Messier Services and SAMES (Querétaro State)
- Globe Motors (Tamaulipas State)
- Morpho (Mexico State)
- Safran México, Turbomeca and Morpho (Mexico City)
Edificio Omega - Campos Eliseos 345
Piso 5 - Col. Polanco
C.P. 11560 México D.F.
Tel: +52 (55) 52-81-87-75
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- 2013.04.23 | Safran enters into a definitive agreement for the purchase of the Rolls-Royce share of the joint RTM322 helicopter engine programme
- 2013.04.23 | Safran reports 9.5% revenue growth in first-quarter 2013 driven by strong civil aviation business
Read about Safran’s history in North America