NEW YORK (AP) — Honeywell said Monday that it promoted Darius Adamczyk to the newly created role of president and chief operating officer of the industrial company.
Adamczyk, 50, has been president and CEO of Honeywell's performance materials technologies unit since 2014. He is being replaced in that role by Rajeev Gautam, who has been president of Honeywell's gas processing unit since 2009.
As chief operating officer, Adamczyk will oversee the growth of Honeywell's software offerings, the Morris Plains, New Jersey-based company said.
Shares of Honeywell International Inc. slipped 66 cents to $112.58 in afternoon trading.