Safran Preps For Ramp-Up While Slashing Costs

Safran A320neo production
Credit: Adrien Daste/Safran
LYON, France—Safran is proceeding with cost-reduction efforts to offset slower revenues while simultaneously getting ready to accommodate an upcoming production ramp-up. Since Dec. 31, 2020, the company—which specializes in engines, cabin interiors and other aircraft equipment—has cut its workforce...

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