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Chafic Hanna-Daher (Safran Nacelles): "Our objective is to double turnover from service contracts by 2022"

Interview by Romain Guillot
14/03/2019 | 1036 words
Chafic Hanna-Daher (Safran Nacelles):
Safran Nacelles
Safran Nacelles launched its NacelleLife(TM) offer during MRO Americas last April. This new services offer, which completes the OEM activity proposed by the largest nacelle manufacturer in the world, also confirms a fee-paying structure that the company has been implementing for a few years now, as Chafic Hanna-Daher, Safran Nacelles Services director, explains to us. Interview.

Is the Safran Nacelles activity dedicated to services a recent one?

Safran Nacelles began its service contracts with airlines in 2013. We really started to focus on this activity in 2017 with (...)
 
 
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