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AlliedSignal was an aerospace, automotive and engineering company that acquired and merged with Honeywell for $15Bn in 1999, after which the new group adopted the Honeywell name. Image File history File links File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Honeywell (NYSE: HON) is a major American multinational corporation that produces electronic control systems and automation equipment. ... 1999 is a common year starting on Friday Anno Domini (or the Current Era), and was designated the International Year of Older Persons by the United Nations. ...


Honeywell (before the merger) was an international controls company that developed and supplied advanced technology products, systems and services to aviation and space companies and industry. The product lines of the two companies were complimentary, the only principal overlap being avionics. The onboard electronics used for piloting an aircraft are called avionics(AVI-ation electr-ONICS). ...


Product range

  • Aerospace
    • Avionics
    • Auxiliary power units (APUs)
    • Environmental control systems (ECS)
    • Aircraft lighting
    • Landing gear
    • Engines for regional/business aircraft
  • Automotive products
  • Engineered materials
    • Polymers
    • Specialised chemicals
    • Electronic products

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00-3243 -- Foster v. Alliedsignal Inc. -- 06/18/2002 (2854 words)
AlliedSignal moved for summary judgment, which the district court granted upon concluding that Foster "failed to present clear and convincing evidence that she was not in violation of defendant's attendance policies" (3 Appellant's App.
AlliedSignal's attendance policy provides for the discharge of an employee when the employee is absent for three consecutive days and has not called, or when the employee is absent for eight or more days within the last 180 days of employment.
AlliedSignal does not dispute that Foster suffered a work-related injury for which she might file a claim, that it had knowledge of the injury, or that it terminated Foster's employment.
Conference Call, 05/12/97 AlliedSignal Q1 (5071 words)
AlliedSignal was in the 78% category a couple of years ago and are at 90% now going to 95%.
AlliedSignal expects to get 60% of this business, or about $1.2 billion and, as a consequence, double their sales in the year 2001 to $500 million.
AlliedSignal has integrated a hazard avoidance system and this is going to be an area in which they will have a lot of success in the years ahead.
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