Honeywell names Darius Adamczyk president of Honeywell Process Solutions

  • May 15, 2012
  • Honeywell Process Solutions
  • News

May 15, 2012 - Honeywell has named Darius Adamczyk as President of Honeywell Process Solutions, replacing Norm Gilsdorf.  Formerly, Adamczyk served  as president, Honeywell Scanning & Mobility (HSM).  Previously, Adamczyk was chief executive officer of Metrologic, a company Honeywell acquired in 2008. Darius’ track record of building a high-performing culture in Honeywell’s Scanning and Mobility business, resulting in significant growth and profitability makes him an ideal leader to build on HPS’s strong global installed base and leading technology position.  Before that, he held a number of global roles with Ingersoll Rand and Booz Allen Hamilton. John Waldron, Vice President and General Manager Americas, and Vice President Worldwide Marketing & Strategy for Honeywell Scanning & Mobility, was named President, Honeywell Scanning & Mobility.

As part of its efforts to expand global presence and accelerate growth in key regions, Honeywell named Norm Gilsdorf President, High Growth Regions for Russia, Central Asia, and the Middle East, reporting to Honeywell President for High Growth Regions Shane Tedjarati. In his new role, Norm will be responsible for strategic planning, prioritizing business investment, and establishing the appropriate operational structure and processes to ensure Honeywell capitalizes on these tremendous market opportunities. This new role builds upon his successes in growing our business in critical new markets, building strategic relationships, and driving a One Honeywell approach to create a powerful customer value proposition.

Honeywell also named Dino Asvaintra, Vice President, Strategy and Business Development for High Growth Regions, and Katie Xu, Director of Finance and Investor Relations for High Growth Regions and Asia Pacific. 

Globalization is a key part of Honeywell’s Growth Initiative. During the next decade, high growth regions are expected to contribute more than 70% of the world’s growth, and there is a great opportunity for Honeywell to address some of the world’s toughest challenges there, including improving infrastructure to meet the needs of growing populations and enabling customers to deliver safer and more reliable hydrocarbon fuels.

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