When the sea is your working environment and your products have a lifespan of several dozen years, you are duty-bound to shoulder a number of specific environmental responsibilities. Therefore it is quite understandable that DCNS Group has committed itself to the protection of this fragile environment by developing an active environmental policy
The next scientific and human observation mission of La Boudeuse is very much in line with the commitments of DCNS and, as a result, DCNS has chosen to become a partner of this project.
DCNS in brief
DCNS is a leading European player on the world market for naval defence systems.The Group designs, builds and supports surface ships, submarines and specific high technology systems. Drawing on the expertise of its teams and its industrial resources, DCNS is also expanding into new energy markets such as civil nuclear energy, marine renewable energy and naval and industrial services. DCNS is committed to sustainable development and was one of the first defence contractors to achieve Group-wide certification to ISO 14001. The DCNS Group employs 12,000 staff and generates annual revenues of around €2.5 billion.