A 10-year master agreement has been signed by Safran and Toray, a major milestone in the historical partnership between the two companies. Thanks to this contract, both partners have now established the frame for the supply of high performance composite materials dedicated to the manufacturing of new generation of aircraft equipment parts.
Safran and Toray intend to reinforce their collaboration to meet the challenges of a growing aviation market, creating advanced yet competitive technologies and offering environmental protective solutions. World leader of high performance carbon fiber and composite materials, Toray will support international leader Safran with the whole variety of innovative materials and newest technologies developed by the group.
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