Today's Honeywell

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Today’s Honeywell

Honeywell Company Overview

2010

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Today’s Honeywell

Company Overview


122,000 employees



A
Fortune 100

company


sales of $30.9 billion in 2009


“World’s Most Ethical Companies"





Ethisphere Institute



“World’s Most Admired Companies”





Fortune

magazine



Company of the Year





Biofuels Digest



“Most Influential People in Finance”




Treasury and Risk

magazine


“Most Admired Companies”





U.S. Black Engineer & Information Technology, Hispanic

Engineer & Information Technology,
and

Women of Color

magazines

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Today’s Honeywell

Honeywell’s Businesses

Diverse Businesses, Technologies and Products

2009 Sales

Total = $30.9B

$10.8B

$3.4B

$12.6B

$4.1B

Aerospace

Specialty

Materials

Automation

and Control Solutions

Transportation


Systems

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Today’s Honeywell

Honeywell Initiatives and Behaviors



5 Initiatives

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Growth

-
Productivity

-
Cash

-
People

-
Enablers: Honeywell Operating
System, Functional Transformation
and Velocity Product
Development™



12 Behaviors

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Growth and Customer Focus

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Leadership Impact

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Gets Results

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Makes People Better

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Champions Change

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Fosters Teamwork and Diversity

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Global Mindset

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Intelligent Risk Taking

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Self
-
Aware/Learner

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Effective Communicator

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Integrative Thinker

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Technical or Functional Excellence

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Today’s Honeywell

The 4 Pillars of Growth


Doing a superb job each and every day for our
customers in quality, delivery, value, and
technology


Building a superior Sales and Marketing
organization


Globalization


Creating a set of robust, funded technology
roadmaps for new products and services

Each Business Has Developed a Growth Game Plan

Honeywell’s first initiative is Growth. We will
pursue organic growth through four
fundamental strategies, or “pillars”:

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Today’s Honeywell

Aerospace

Honeywell Aerospace is a leading global provider of integrated avionics,
propulsion engines, aircraft and engine systems and full
-
service solutions for
airliners, business and general aviation aircraft, military aircraft and spacecraft.

Businesses:




Air Transport & Regional, Business & General Aviation,



Defense & Space

Products:


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Aircraft engines

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Auxiliary power units

-
Weather radar products

-
Surveillance products

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Communications systems

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Component solutions

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Global positioning systems

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After
-
sales support solutions

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Precision guidance and navigation

-
Environmental control systems

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Electric generation and distribution systems

-
Flight support services programs

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Integrated avionics and flight controls

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Support and services for space and communications facilities

-
Aircraft cabin entertainment and passenger productivity

products/systems

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Landing systems

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Repair and overhaul

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Spare parts

-
Asset availability

-
Maintenance solutions

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Aircraft lighting

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Today’s Honeywell

Aerospace

Representative Customers:


EADS/Airbus, Bell, Boeing, Bombardier,
Cessna, COMAC, Dassault, Embraer, FedEx,
Finmeccanica, General Electric, Gulfstream,
Hawker Beechcraft, Hughes, Lockheed Martin,
Northrop Grumman, Pilatus, Raytheon,
Sikorsky, Sino Swearingen, United
Technologies, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S.
Department of Energy, U.S. National
Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA),
and leading airlines and airport authorities.

Competitive Strengths:

Honeywell Aerospace is a global leader in the
aviation industry; developing innovative safety
products, driving the modernization of global air
traffic management, revolutionizing combat
technology and committed to improving
operational efficiencies.

Global Presence:

38,000+ employees at nearly 100 locations
worldwide

Headquarters: Phoenix, Arizona

Sales:

$10.8 billion in 2009

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Today’s Honeywell

Automation and Control Solutions

Sensing and control expertise
-

the ability to capture more and better data
for improved productivity, energy efficiency, safety and security, better
decision making and cost savings
-

is what unifies ACS.

Our products,
solutions and services are at work in 120 million homes, 10 million
buildings, 5,000 industrial facilities and hundreds of utilities.


Businesses:


Environmental and Combustion Controls, Life Safety,

Building Solutions, Process Solutions, Security Group, Scanning &
Mobility, Sensing and Control


Products and Services:


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Energy management systems, building automation, controls and
services

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Commercial fire systems, smoke and gas detection, personal
protective equipment, and home healthcare monitoring products

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Fire alarm, access control, video surveillance systems

-
Automatic identification, and data collection

-
Controls for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, humidification,
zoning, water controls and processes, electrical devices, and
systems and lighting control

-
Electromechanical switches and electronic sensors used for
industrial, aerospace, medical, transportation, and test and
measurement applications

-
Advanced software applications for home/building control and
industrial optimization and process automation

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Today’s Honeywell

Automation and Control Solutions

Representative Customers:


Alcoa, AstraZeneca, BASF, Boeing, UPS, ChevronTexaco,
DaimlerChrysler, DuPont, ExxonMobil, General Motors,
ConocoPhillips, Procter & Gamble, Qatar General Petroleum,
Sasol, Sinopec, Stora Enso, Broadview Security, Tesco,
Sydney Airport, TotalFinaElf, Weyerhaeuser, U.S. Government,
homebuilders, contractors, and homeowners


Competitive Strengths:

Strong customer relationships; large installed base;

diversified portfolio; open
-
systems solutions and integration
expertise; broad distribution channels; global brand
recognition; commitment and passion to service


Global Presence:

65,000+ employees in more than 120 countries

Headquarters: Minneapolis, Minnesota


Sales:

$12.6 billion in 2009

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Today’s Honeywell

Transportation Systems

Businesses:


Turbo Technologies


Consumer Products Group


Friction Materials

Products:

-

Garrett
®

turbochargers

-

Prestone
®

antifreeze/coolant

-

Autolite
®

platinum spark plugs

-

FRAM
®

automotive filters

-

Holts
®

car care products

-

Bendix
®

and Jurid
®

brake pads

From fuel
-
saving and emission
-
reducing turbochargers to top consumer car
care brands to safety
-
enhancing brake materials, Transportation Systems’
technologies enhance the performance, efficiency and appearance of
passenger and commercial vehicles worldwide.

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Today’s Honeywell

Representative Customers:

OE: Audi, BMW, Bosch, Canadian Tire, Continental Teves, Daimler, Ford,
General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Nissan, Renault, TRW, Volkswagen,
Volvo

Retail: Advanced Auto Parts, Auto Zone, CSK Auto, Wal
-
Mart


Competitive Strengths:

Innovative technologies, strong R&D capabilities,

superior brand recognition, strong customer

relationships, broad distribution network,

original equipment experience


Global Presence:

10,000+ employees

Headquarters: Rolle, Switzerland


Sales:

$3.4 billion in 2009

Transportation Systems

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Today’s Honeywell

Specialty Materials

Businesses:


UOP LLC, Fluorine Products, Resins & Chemicals, Specialty
Products, Electronic Materials

Products:

-
Process technology, catalysts, adsorbents and technical
services for the petroleum refining, petrochemical and gas
processing industries

-
Biofuels process technology

-
Genetron
®

environmentally
-
friendlier refrigerants

-
Spectra
®

high
-
performance fiber for ballistic

protection and other applications

-
Aclar
®

pharmaceutical film packaging

-
Enovate
®

non
-
ozone
-
depleting blowing agent

-
Ammonium sulfate fertilizers

-
Caprolactam for nylon production

-
Burdick & Jackson
TM

solvents and reagents for biotechnology
and pharmaceuticals

-
Chemicals and metals for semiconductor production


A global leader in providing customers with high
-
performance specialty materials,
including fluorocarbons, specialty films and additives, advanced fibers and
composites, customized research chemicals, electronic materials and chemicals,
catalysts and adsorbents and process technology, engineering, equipment and
services for the refining and petrochemical industries.


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Today’s Honeywell

Representative Customers:

Reliance Industries, PetroChina, Valero, Chevron, ExxonMobil,
ConocoPhillips, IBM, Samsung, Carrier Corp., Haier Group, BAE
Systems, Dow Chemical, BASF, Shaw Industries


Competitive Strengths:


Strong IP and technology position in a

broad set of markets and products ranging

from refining and petrochemical production to

next
-
generation biofuels to ballistic protection

and environmentally
-
friendlier refrigerants


Global Presence:

8,500+ employees

Headquarters: Morristown, New Jersey


Sales:

$4.1 billion in 2009

Specialty Materials