Honeywell Names Fradin ACS President and CEO

January 05, 2004 by Jeff Shepard

Honeywell International Inc. (Morris Township, NJ) announced that Roger Fradin has been named President and CEO of its $7 billion Automation and Control Solutions (ACS) business. Fradin will report to Chairman and CEO Dave Cote and become an Executive Officer of the company. He succeeds Kevin Gilligan, who resigned from Honeywell to pursue leadership opportunities outside the company.

"Roger is superbly qualified and his track record of success in leading several ACS enterprises puts him in terrific position to drive growth across our entire portfolio of automation and control businesses," said Cote. "Roger will undoubtedly bring a strong focus on growth and performance to a business group that is already well positioned in industries with growing demand for its products and services, which provide comfort, safety, security and productivity to customers around the world. I would like to thank Kevin for his strong leadership during his 26 years with the company and wish him much success in the future."