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Encyclopedia > United Technologies
United Technologies Corp
Type Public
Location Hartford, Connecticut
Key people George David, CEO & Chairman
Employees 203,300
Products Conglomerates
Web site www.utc.com

United Technologies Corporation (UTC) (NYSE: UTX (http://www.nyse.com/about/listed/lcddata.html?ticker=UTX)) is a major multinational corporation based in Hartford, Connecticut. George David is the CEO.

Main businesses

  • Pratt & Whitney
    World No.3 aircraft engine manufacturer
  • Carrier
    World leader in heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration products
  • Chubb
    Security and fire protection systems
  • Hamilton Sundstrand
    Aerospace and industrial controls and accessories
  • Otis
    World's largest manufacturer of vertical transportation systems
  • Sikorsky
    World leader in commercial, industrial and military helicopter production
  • UTC Power
    A manufacturer of clean power solutions, providing systems using UTC technology from partner companies

External link

  • UTC Homepage (http://www.utc.com)

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United Technologies Corporation appeals the judgment of the United States Court of International Trade affirming the Customs Service’s denial of duty-free treatment for its importation of certain aircraft engine parts.
United Technologies argues that the experimental engine parts at issue are covered by the Agreement because they fall under article 1.1 subsection (b), all civil aircraft engine parts.
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