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Honeywell Completes New, Larger Customer Solutions Center in Houston
August 5, 2009
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Honeywell has completed the expansion of its Houston Customer Solutions Center (CSC), which serves as the company’s main North American hub for its customers in the process manufacturing industries.
The 76,000-sq-ft center houses technicians, project managers, and senior engineers who assemble and test complex automation systems destined for U.S. and international locations. It also supports the company’s corrosion research team, which works with customers to address corrosion issues in the hydrocarbon industries. Additionally, the center includes a Honeywell Automation College training center, which offers courses that help plant operators, maintenance technicians, engineers, system administrators, and plant managers use their Honeywell systems to maximize productivity and plant performance.
“This facility is a crucial part of our business because Houston is a central location for many of our customers. The facility streamlines the final delivery process by giving customers a convenient location to inspect and be trained on the systems we design for them, and to verify we’re delivering the highest-quality solutions,” said Frank Whitsura, Honeywell Process Solutions’ vice president and general manager for the Americas.
Honeywell provides an extensive portfolio of plant control systems and associated software, equipment and services for clients such as refiners, power generators, pharmaceutical manufacturers, and chemical and paper producers. The CSC-Houston facility is one of 10 global centers that serve as central locations where customers can perform final testing of their customized systems before they are installed in their plants.
For more information, please visit www.honeywell.com/ps.
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