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Honeywell Responding to Process Industry Needs

New Technology, Service Offerings Speed Project Execution and Improve Plant Performance

By Keith Larson

HUG EMEA banner/articles/2014/hug-americas-1/ Honeywell continues to introduce new technologies, build services capabilities and even reorganize itself to better serve the changing automation needs of the global process industries. For example, said Vimal Kapur, president of Honeywell Process Solutions, "we offer new solutions that collectively increase the operational knowledge of those running automation systems, which translates into improved process safety, reliability, security and sustainability."

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