Honeywell is a global manufacturer of personal protective equipment (PPE). We help customers build enduring cultures of safety across a wide range of markets that include general safety and preparedness, first responder, electrical safety, and consumer products. We are committed to providing our customers and their families with the kind of PPE safety that instills confidence when they leave for work in the morning, knowing our quality equipment means one less safety risk they’ll have to endure throughout the day.
Our company invents and manufactures technologies that address some of the world’s most critical challenges around energy, safety, security, productivity and global urbanization. We are uniquely positioned to blend physical products with software to support connected systems that improve buildings, factories, utilities, and aircraft, and that enable a safer, more comfortable and more productive world. Our solutions enhance the quality of life of people around the globe and create new markets and even new industries.
As a Fortune 100 company with $41.8B in sales in 2018, Honeywell has established a track record of strong financial performance over time.
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