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Honeywell International, Inc. is a multinational conglomerate company that produces a variety of commercial and consumer products. The company operates three business units, known as a Strategic Business Unit –Aerospace, Automation Controls and Solutions (ACS), and Performance Materials and Technologies (PMT).[1][2]

Honeywell’s global headquarters is located in Morristown, New Jersey. The company employs 131,000 people at 1300 sites in 68 countries, of whom approximately 51,000 are employed in the United States.[3]

Honeywell is a Fortune 100 company. In 2013 Honeywell ranked 78th in the Fortune 500.[4] Chief Executive Officer is David M. Cote. The company and its corporate predecessors were listed on the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index from December 7, 1925, until February 9, 2008.

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Acquisitions[edit]

Acquisition Special Business Group
2002
Invensys Sensor Systems[5] ACS
Chadwick Helmuth[6][7] Aerospace
Ultrak[8] ACS
Mora Moravia[9] Aerospace
Shanghai Alarm[10] ACS
2003
Silent Witness[11] ACS
Sensotec[12] ACS
Baker Electronics[13] Aerospace
Gamewell[14] ACS
Olympo[15] ACS
FutureSmart[16] ACS
Kolon Films[17] PMT
Betatech[18] ACS
2004
Hymatic Group[19] Aerospace
Genesis Cable[20] ACS
HomMed, LLC[21] ACS
Aube Technologies[22] ACS
Vindicator[23] ACS
Electro-Radiation Incorporated (ERI)[24] Aerospace
Edgelinx[25] ACS
GEM Microelectronics[26] PMT
2005
UOP[27] PMT
Novar[28] ACS
Zellweger[29] ACS
Lebow ACS
InterCorr International, Inc.[30] ACS
Tridium, Inc.[31] ACS
2006
Sempra Energy Services[32] ACS
First Technology[33] ACS
Gardiner Group[34] ACS
2007
Plant Automation Systems, Inc. (PAS)[35] ACS
Dimensions Int'l[36] Aerospace
ActiveEye[37] ACS
Burtek[38] ACS
Ex-Or[39] ACS
Enraf Holdings B.V.[40] ACS
Handheld Products[41] ACS
Maxon Corporation[42] ACS
2008
AV Digital Audio-Videotechnik GmbH[43] ACS
Energy Services Group, LLC[44] ACS
Metrologic[45] ACS
IAC[46] Aerospace
Callidus[47] ACS
2009
RMG[48] ACS
Cythos ACS
2010
Akuacom[49] ACS
Matrikon[50] ACS
E-Mon[51] ACS
Sperian[52] ACS
2011
EMS[53] ACS/Aerospace
Iris Systems[54] ACS
Kings Safety Shoes[55] ACS
2012
Fire Sentry[56] ACS
InnCom[57] ACS
Thomas Russell LLC[58] PMT
2013
Saia Burgess Controls[59] ACS
Intermec[60] ACS
RAE Systems[61] ACS
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