Created in December 2005, the Safran Aircraft Engines Suzhou plant is an integral part of the company's global supply chain. Spanning 40,000 square meters, it is located in the Suzhou industrial park and is specialized in the machining and assembly of low-pressure modules and parts for the CFM56 and LEAP engines: - Production of turbine and compressor shafts - Production of low-pressure turbine disks and rings - Production of exhaust cases - Assembly of major module 3
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