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Honeywell Opens Office in Northern China
Honeywell has opened a new office in the Huaming Industrial Zone of Tianjin, northern China. The facility will provide engineering services and turnkey solutions – including design, systems integration, testing and training – for Honeywell process industry customers in China and the Asia Pacific region.
The new office facility spans 7,000 square meters and serves as the operational base for Honeywell Process Solutions engineers, serving customers in oil and gas, chemical, power and pulp and paper industries.
According to Chirs Dartnell, vice president and general manager, the new facility shows Honeywell's long-term commitment to the Chinese market. "At Tianjin we will provide state-of-the-art technology solutions and lifecycle services to Chinese and Asia Pacific customers," said Dartnell. "We are committed to investing in China and to helping our customers improve the safety, reliability and sustainability of their operations in the long term."
Innovation has been the driving force of Honeywell's continued growth worldwide. In China, the company has established RD&E facilities in major cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Nanjing, Suzhou, Xi’an, with over 1,400 dedicated technologists and scientists tackling some of the country's toughest challenges including energy efficiency, energy generation, safety and security. Prior to the new engineering facility in Tianjin, Honeywell Process Solutions established a global engineering service facility in Chongqing in 2007, with a dedicated engineering team to solve local customer problems.
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