Orano secures a contract from ITER in the field of SLI

Orano has been awarded a contract by ITER for its expertise in the fields of dependability analysis and integrated logistics support (SLI).
The contract covers all systems, structures and components of the ITER advanced fusion reactor currently under construction in the south of France. It was awarded for an initial period of two years, with the possibility of a one-year extension.
Under the terms of the contract, Orano will provide an expert appraisal of the content of the dependability analyses carried out by the various suppliers to the ITER project. This appraisal work will relate to the validation of the engineering studies demonstrating optimal operational availability of the installation throughout its service life. Orano will also issue technical recommendations. These types of studies focus on the design choices made to ensure the reliability of the installation, as well as the definition of the maintenance system (accessibility, human resources, tooling and spare parts requirements).
This new contract strengthens Orano’s position in and contribution to the ITER project, with several contracts won in critical areas (safety, fuel cycle, etc.).

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