Honeywell, a North Carolina-based company that develops industrial technology, is included in the Fortune 100 list of the world’s leading companies with offices in 70 countries and more than 110,000 employees worldwide.
The company has been present in Kazakhstan for more than 2 decades.
It has been supporting the country’s oil & gas industry for more than 40 years, supplying advanced technologies in gas production and processing, transportation and deep oil refining.
Honeywell President for Central Asia, Turkey and Israel Uygar Doiran said the opening of the plant in Kazakhstan is going to strengthen its position in the market of Central Asia:
- Our assembly site in Almaty, the 1st of its kind to produce Integrated Control & Safety System technology in Kazakhstan, provides an additional foundation for expanding domestic production capacity for advanced industrial automation systems in the country
- It will provide quick and easy access to advanced automation and critical safety technologies in the country’s petrochemical, oil & gas industries
- Since 1998, Honeywell has been our close partner in automation and artificial intelligence in a number of upstream & downstream projects
- Foreign companies, which leave the Russian market for one reason or another, declare their desire to maintain their influence in the Eurasian space
- Big players have to be based somewhere in any case and there are 265 such targetable companies today
In an interview with The Astana Times, Aidarov said 43 major foreign companies are ready to relocate to Kazakhstan to strengthen their presence in the Eurasian region.