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Honeywell announces senior leadership changes

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Morris Township, N.J., USA - April 8, 2014, Morris Township, N.J., USA - Honeywell, a conglomerate, announced several senior leadership changes.





Roger Fradin is promoted to Vice Chairman of Honeywell, a newly created leadership position where he will be primarily responsible for advancing the Company’s merger and acquisition strategy toward its recently announced 5-year target of High Growth Regions expansion, and improving internal operations.

Mr. Fradin will remain an Executive Officer of the Company.

He was previously President and CEO of Honeywell Automation and Controls Solutions (ACS) for 10 years.

Since joining Honeywell in 2000, at the time of Honeywell’s acquisition of Pittway Corporation, he has also served as President of Automation and Control Products and President and CEO of Security and Fire Solutions.

Starting in 1976, he helped lead an entrepreneurial team that built Pittway into the world’s leading supplier of electronic security and fire alarm products.

Mr. Fradin received his MBA and BS degrees from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was also a member of the faculty.

He has authored books and articles on Management and Strategy issues.

He is a Director at MSC Industrial Direct, a NYSE listed industrial distributor, and Pitney Bowes.

Andreas Kramvis is promoted to Vice Chairman of Honeywell.

He will remain an Executive Officer of the Company.

Prior to this role, Mr. Kramvis served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies.

He has also served as the President of Honeywell’s Environmental and Combustion Controls business.

Intimately familiar with key markets and economies around the world, Mr. Kramvis has managed companies with global scope across five different industries.

He is a graduate of Cambridge University, where he studied engineering specializing in electronics, and he holds an M.B.A. from Manchester Business School.

Alex Ismail is named President and CEO of ACS, which will comprise Honeywell Building Solutions and the Energy, Safety, and Security (ESS) businesses (Environmental and Combustion Controls, Life Safety, the Security Group, Scanning & Mobility, Sensing and Control).

He will remain an Executive Officer of the Company.

Mr. Ismail was previously President of the ESS businesses, a role that will not be replaced in ACS.

Prior to ESS, he served as President and CEO of Honeywell Transportation Systems based in Switzerland.

He joined Honeywell in 1997 in Honeywell’s aerospace business and has held various leadership positions in the US and in Europe.

Prior to joining Honeywell, he served for six years in the textile industry and began his career in his native Madagascar.

Mr. Ismail holds a B.A in Finance from the University of Dauphine (France), and an MBA from the HEC School of Management in France.

He is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt.

Darius Adamczyk is named President and CEO of PMT, which now includes HPS, UOP, and Advanced Materials (Resins & Chemicals, Fluorine Products, and Specialty Products).

He will become an Executive Officer of the Company.

Mr. Adamczyk was previously President of HPS, and prior to that, President of Honeywell Scanning & Mobility, a business unit of ACS.

Tom Szlosek becomes Senior Vice President and CFO, and an Executive Officer of the Company.

Mr. Szlosek was previously Vice President of Corporate Finance, and prior to that served as Vice President and CFO of ACS.

Dave Anderson, Senior Vice President and CFO, will retire after a decade of outstanding service at Honeywell.

Mr. Anderson has been the Chief Financial Officer of Honeywell International Inc. since June 23, 2003 and has been Senior Vice President since June 2003.

He served as Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President of Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc.

He served as Vice President of Corporate Development at CLARCOR Inc since 1999.

Prior to joining Honeywell, he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of ITT Corporation (also known as ITT Industries) from December 13, 1999 to June 16, 2003, where Mr. Anderson had responsibility for financial management, information technology, and corporate development.

Prior to joining ITT Industries, Mr. Anderson worked at Newport News Shipbuilding, where Mr. Anderson served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, from June 1996 to December 1999.

Previously, he also held senior financial positions with RJR Nabisco and Quaker Oats Company.

He serves as the Chairman at Honeywell Capital Management, LLC.

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