Honeywell Wins China Automation Service Awards

Honeywell was recognized for automation excellence with three awards at the 2012 China Automation Service Products Summit. The company won gold medals in the categories of Automation Service Products, Excellence in Lifecycle Service Brands and Excellent Case Study in Automation Services.

The first annual event recognizes excellence in automation service products and was co-hosted by the China Instrument Manufacturers Association, Machinery and Electronics Business and Automation Today organizations. Honorees were selected by a group of automation and industry experts.

In awarding the gold medal in Automation Product Services, judges recognized Honeywell for its global service support centers that employ thousands of engineers and experts to deliver around-the-clock, localized customer service.

The Excellence in Lifecycle Services Brands award also honored the company’s approach to helping manufacturers optimize performance and efficiency by being involved at every step, from a project’s preliminary discussion and system configuration, to comprehensive hardware and software upgrading, and on-site and remote expert assistance.

Additionally, the judges highlighted Honeywell’s work with Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical Ltd. in the Excellence in Automation Services – Case Study category. Shanghai Petrochemical uses Honeywell’s Lifecycle Management technology for upgrading and to control overhead.

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