hr; Modine; and Valeo. Brake Hard Parts and Other Friction Materials The company’s products and services include disc brake pads and shoes; drum brake linings; brake blocks; disc and drum brake components; brake hydraulic components; brake fluid; aircraft brake linings; and railway linings. The company’s customers/uses include automotive and heavy vehicle OEMs, OES, brake manufacturers and aftermarket channels; installers; and railway and commercial/military aircraft OEMs and brake manufacturers. Competition: The company’s competitors include Akebono; Continental; Federal-Mogul; ITT Corp; JBI; Nisshinbo; and TRW. Trademarks The company has registered trademarks for various products and services, including Honeywell, Aclar, Ademco, Bendix, BW, Callidus, Enovate, Esser, Fire-Lite, Garrett, Genetron, Gent, Howard Leight, Intermec, Jurid, Matrikon, Maxon, MK, North, Notifier, Novar, Oleflex, Parex, RAE Systems, RMG, Silent Knight, Solstice, Spectra, System Sensor, Trend, Tridium, and UOP. Research and Development The company’s principal research and development activities are in the United States, India, Europe, and China. For the year December 31, 2013, its research and development expense totaled $1,804. Signiifcant Events In March 2014, Honeywell announced a two- year program with CPS Energy in San Antonio, Texas. The utility would use automated demand response (ADR) technology and services from Honeywell to connect and collaborate with commercial and industrial customers, and adjust electricity consumption when the demand for energy peaks. History Honeywell International Inc. was founded in 1920. The company was incorporated in Delaware in 1985.
honeywell international inc
101 Columbia Road
Morris Township, NJ 07962
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