Safran Helicopter Engines UK - Fareham

Safran Helicopter Engines UK Ltd is located in the south of England in Fareham, and has been present in this country since the 1970s as AMES Limited, then Microturbo Limited, and latterly as Turbomeca Ltd.

With 80 years' experience in the aerospace market Safran has a reputation for focusing on you, its customer. 

Supporting both the Civil and Military markets, the company's UK facility in Fareham is the European Maintenance Centre Hub (EMCH) for the Safran Helicopter Engines group, performing level 1 to 3 maintenance/repairs on Arriel, Arrius, Makila and RTM322 engines either onsite or at our customers' facilities.

Alongside the EMCH and with a broad customer base in both the fixed wing and rotary wing markets, Safran's experienced team of technical and support staff are also committed to delivering excellence in the Manufacturing, Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul of complex products such as air starters, air producers, auxiliary power units and oil pumps. We are very focused on delivering these products and services to meet all our customer requirements with particular attention to turnaround time performance.

Safran's largest UK customer for its helicopter engines is the Ministry of Defence, with the RTM322 fitted to the Merlin and the Apache, the Makila 1A1 fitted to the Puma 2, and the Astazou on the Gazelle helicopter.  Other large UK customers include operators such as Babcock, the National Police Air Service, PDG, and the Military Flying Training School. The Fareham based facility also manufactures parts which includes the Oil Pumps for all Safran Helicopter Engine types.

Safran continues to invest heavily in its people, its facilities and its equipment and is a proud participant in the UK government's Sharing in Growth (SIG) scheme.

 

 
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Address:

Safran Helicopter Engines UK
Concorde Way, Segensworth North
Fareham, 
Hants PO15 5RL
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1489 56 4848

Office Hours: Monday to Friday: 08.30 - 17.00


Contact details

24 hour AOG support call: +33 (0)1 64 14 64 14

Darren McIntosh – Customer Support Manager (Industrial business) 
E-mail: darren.mcintosh@safrangroup.com  

Olivier Perigault - Key Account Manager for Babcock
E-mail: olivier.perigault@safrangroup.com

Linda Ball – Customer Support Manager 
E-mail: linda.ball@safrangroup.com

Chris Langstone – Customer Support Manager 
E-mail: chris.langstone@safrangroup.com

Alun Hanford – Field Representative 
E-mail: alun.hanford@safrangroup.com

Craig Bell – Field Representative 
E-mail: craig.bell@safrangroup.com

Guy (Gus) Cowley – Field Representative 
E-mail: guy.cowley@safrangroup.com


Military Customer Contacts

For Engine allotments - Engine Assets Manager, Yeovil
Telephone: +44 1935 703796 
Mobile:  +44 7964 857196
Email: david.paterson@safrangroup.com

For LRU / spares needs – Tactical Asset Controllers, Fareham
Telephone: +44 1489 566010
Email: fsa-tac.gb.she@safrangroup.com

For Technical support:

Field Service Representative, AAC Wattisham
Telephone: +44 (0)1449 728839
Mobile: +44 (0) 7769 971036 / +44 (0) 7964 909089
Email: bernie.dines@safrangroup.com / david.whiting@safrangroup.com

Field Service Representative, RNAS Culdrose
Telephone: +44 (0)1326 557563
Mobile: +44 (0)7964 905713/ +44 (0)7964 902775
Email: russ.coulthard@safrangroup.com / paul.duval@safrangroup.com 

Field Service Representative, RNAS Yeovilton 
Telephone: + +44 1935 849628
Mobile: +44 (0) 7964 905720/ +44 (0)7964 905724
Email: shane.hargreaves@safrangroup.com / darrell.nash@safrangroup.com 

Out of Hours technical enquiries are dealt with by your Field Service Representative.

In the unlikely event they are non-contactable please call:
Safran Helpline: +33(0) 164 146 414

Fareham switchboard
Telephone: +44 (0)1489 564848

Ben Clark: – Customer Assets Manager RTM322
E-mail: ben.clark@safrangroup.com

Mark Wilkinson: - Commercial Manager RTM322
E-mail: mark.wilkinson@safrangroup.com 

Military Projects Manager: - Mark Clamp
E-mail: mark.clamp@safrangroup.com 


Legal documents

Click here to read the Safran Helicopter Engines UK Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement for Financial Year Ending 2017.

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