In 2021, Safran Electrical & Power produced more than 225,000 electrical wire assemblies for the Boeing programs. (Photo: Safran Electrical & Power)
Boeing Commercial Airplanes, a business unit of The Boeing Company, and Safran Electrical & Power, a world leader in aeronautical electrical systems, have signed the renewal of electrical wiring contracts. This renewal covers the Boeing P8, 737 MAX, 767 Freighter, 777 and 777-X programs. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner and 767-2C remain on contract as well.
Today, more than 1,500 Safran Electrical & Power employees in Morocco, Mexico, and the United-States provide engineering, manufacturing, and support services to Boeing Commercial Airplanes. In 2021, the company has produced more than 225,000 electrical wire assemblies for the Boeing programs, i.e. the 767 Freighter, and 737, 777, and 787 airplane families.
"The renewal of all our electrical wiring contracts with Boeing confirms the success of our joint projects since the start of our collaboration in 1992. Since then, our company has increased and matured to be a true partner with Boeing for their wiring needs. The enthusiasm of our teams and their dedication to excellence has allowed us to offer Boeing impeccable quality, on-time delivery and world-class support", said Ricardo Varela, Executive Vice President & General Manager of Interconnection Systems Americas for Safran Electrical & Power.
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|Safran Electrical & Power HQ||Wire Harnesses, Electric Engines, Generating Systems, Starter Generators, Additive Manufacturing, Frequency Converters, Electric Batteries, Airborne Electrical Power Supplies, Electric Power Controllers, Electric Drives, Electric Motors|
|Boeing Commercial Airplanes||Airframer|
|Safran Electrical & Power Chihuahua||Electrical Wire & Cable|
|Safran Electrical & Power Denton||Wire Harnesses|
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|Boeing 787 Dreamliner|
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