Honeywell names new president COO

Honeywell names new president and COO

4:58 AM, 6th April 2016
Honeywell names new president and COO

MORRIS PLAINS, US: Honeywell International Inc has appointed Darius Adamczyk (50) to the newly created role of president and chief operating officer (COO), reporting to chairman and CEO Dave Cote. The heads of all Honeywell businesses along with Honeywell Operating System (HOS) Gold will report to Adamczyk, who will be an executive officer of the corporation.

Adamczyk has served as president and CEO of Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies (PMT), since 2014.

As COO, Adamczyk will work closely with Cote to drive continued profitable growth of Honeywell’s operating businesses through HOS Gold breakthrough growth strategies, including advanced software offerings that complement the company’s diverse technology portfolio.

“Our growth strategy focuses on winning in high-growth regions, blending superior software capabilities with our advanced physical technologies to excel as a cyber-industrial company, and effectively using HOS Gold to achieve breakthrough goals with small company speed. Having a proven leader as our COO will enable us to more rapidly achieve these critical growth priorities,” Cote said.

Rajeev Gautam, who will also be an executive officer, will succeed Adamczyk. He has served as president of Honeywell UOP since 2009. Gautam held key leadership positions within Honeywell UOP spanning research and development, engineering, and marketing, culminating in his role as president and CEO. He also has served as chief technology officer for Honeywell PMT.

Honeywell also announced that Rebecca Liebert will succeed Gautam as president of Honeywell UOP. Liebert joined Honeywell in 2006 as vice president/general manager of the electronic materials business.

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