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Last R$253.59 BRL
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09/18/14 - R$259.86
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R$5.42
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1.75%
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honeywell international-bdr (HONB34) Details

Honeywell International Inc. operates as a diversified technology and manufacturing company worldwide. Its Aerospace segment provides aircraft engines, integrated avionics, systems and service solutions, and related products and services for aircraft manufacturers and operators, airlines, military services, and defense and space contractors; and spare parts, and repair and maintenance services for the aftermarket. This segment provides auxiliary power units; propulsion engines; turbochargers and thermal systems; engine controls; environmental control, electric power, flight safety, communications, navigation, radar, and surveillance systems; aircraft lighting; systems and instruments; aircraft wheels and brakes; and management, technical, logistics, repair, and overhaul services for original equipment manufacturers in the air transport, regional, business, and general aviation aircraft, as well as for automotive and truck manufacturers. The company’s Automation and Control Solutions segment offers environmental and combustion, and sensing controls; security and life safety products and services; scanning and mobility devices; and building solutions and services for homes, commercial buildings, and industrial facilities. Its Performance Materials and Technologies segment offers catalysts and adsorbents; equipment and consulting services for the petroleum refining, gas processing, petrochemical, and other industries; fluorocarbons, hydrofluoroolefins, caprolactam, resins, ammonium sulfate fertilizers, phenol, specialty films, waxes, additives, fibers, research chemicals and intermediates, and electronic materials and chemicals; and process solutions, such as automation control, instrumentation, and services for the oil and gas, refining, pulp and paper, industrial power generation, chemicals and petrochemicals, biofuels, life sciences, metals, minerals, and mining industries. Honeywell International Inc. was founded in 1920 and is based in Morris Township, New Jersey.

127,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/13/15
Founded in 1920

honeywell international-bdr (HONB34) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $7.4M
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice Presi...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.5M
Chief Executive Officer of Aerospace and Pres...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.7M
Vice Chairman
Total Annual Compensation: $2.3M
Vice Chairman
Total Annual Compensation: $1.8M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

honeywell international-bdr (HONB34) Key Developments

Honeywell International, Inc. Announces Enhancements to its STT250 Temperature Transmitter

Honeywell International Inc. has announced enhancements to its STT250 temperature transmitter, which is designed for control and safety temperature measurement applications. The new STT250 features include advanced diagnostics, which allow employees at every level of plant operations to proactively manage the health of their field devices to prevent failures before they occur, while at the same time reducing plant down-time due to unscheduled repairs. Maintenance teams can also use the advanced diagnostic information stored on the transmitter to allocate maintenance resources more effectively, while plant engineers can use on-board transmitter and sensor information for more accurate process analysis, leading to greater plant efficiency. All HART variants of the STT250 are also compatible with the HART 6 open standard, allowing for an even greater level of device health monitoring. The new transmitters also support other open standards, such as the Electronic Device Description Language (EDDL) or certified Device Type Manager files, for fast startup and commissioning. The STT250 also features TUV SIL2 safety certification, allowing use with safety applications that require hot backups. The STT250 also features TUV SIL2 safety certification, allowing use with safety applications that require hot backups.

Consumer Seeks Damages Arising from Honeywell's Sale of Defectively Designed Humidifiers

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri granted in part a manufacturer's motion to dismiss a consumer's complaint concerning his purchase of an allegedly defective product, holding that the economic loss doctrine barred tort claims and the failure to allege a purpose distinct from the ordinary purpose of the purchased product defeated a breach of implied warranty claim. In December 2008, Scott Johnsen installed two TrueSTEAM humidifiers in his home. The humidifiers, which were manufactured by Honeywell International Inc., ranged in price from $792 to over $1000, exclusive of installation costs. Johnsen claimed that humidifiers were plagued by design flaws. According to Johnsen, mineral deposits developed inside the humidifiers, resulting in overheating, component cracks and the release of condensation from the HVAC duct system. Johnsen claimed that the TrueSTEAM humidifiers he installed repeatedly failed. Honeywell refused to refund his money or pay installation charges for the replacement humidifiers provided under the five-year warranty. Johnsen sued Honeywell. The district court held that Johnsen adequately pleaded breach of express of express warranty. The complaint alleged that Honeywell warranted that its products would be free of defects for five years and Johnsen relied on the warranty in making his purchase. The complaint further alleged that Honeywell breached its warranty because the humidifiers were not of a superior quality as promised and repair or replacement could not cure the defect. The district court found that the breach of implied warranty of merchantability claim withstood the motion to dismiss. The complaint plausibly alleged that Johnsen purchased humidifiers from Honeywell that did not function properly. The district court noted that Honeywell's express warranty acknowledged that implied warranties existed for the five-year duration of the warranty. The breach of implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose claim failed. Johnsen did not allege that he intended to use the humidifiers for any purpose other than to humidify his home.

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Issues Order to Honeywell International to Address Discrimination Concerns

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued a confirmatory order to Honeywell International Inc., requiring new training, communications, policies and guidance following an incident in which a contractor for the company terminated an employee, allegedly in part because the employee reported smelling alcohol on a supervisor's breath while on duty. The apparent violation stemming from the incident resulted in Honeywell's request for an Alternative Dispute Resolution session. The ADR process uses a neutral mediator with no decision-making authority to assist the NRC and its licensees in reaching an agreement when there are differences regarding an enforcement action. An ADR session conducted on Dec. 9, 2014, resulted in an agreement for the NRC to issue an order outlining corrective actions to be taken by Honeywell. As part of the agreement, the NRC refrained from issuing a Notice of Violation or proposing a civil penalty against Honeywell, and Honeywell neither admitted nor denied that a violation occurred. The process stemmed from an NRC investigation into whether a Honeywell contractor, Bluestone, LLC, terminated one of its employees at the Honeywell Metropolis Works in Metropolis, Ill., after the employee informed both Bluestone and Honeywell of a safety concern, namely that the employee had smelled alcohol on the breath of an immediate supervisor onsite during duty hours. Bluestone is no longer a Honeywell contractor. Under the terms of the order, some of which also apply to two other Honeywell facilities, the company has agreed to have its senior managers conduct presentations to advise employees about the company's policies encouraging the reporting of employee concerns. The company will also present training on the issue and will modify processes providing for ongoing management support for employee protection requirements. In addition, the company will review and update its Safety Conscious Work Environment Policy and incorporate applicable aspects of NRC's Safety Culture Policy as appropriate.

 

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