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UTC to Separate into Three Independent Companies

Upon separation, each company will have strategic focus and financial flexibility.

Farmington, Ct. — United Technologies Corp. announced on November 27 the completion of its acquisition of Rockwell Collins and the company's intention to separate its commercial businesses — Otis and Carrier (formerly CCS) —  into independent entities. The separation will result in three global, industry-leading companies:  

  • United Technologies, comprised of Collins Aerospace Systems and Pratt & Whitney, will be the preeminent systems supplier to the aerospace and defense industry; Collins Aerospace was formed through the combination of UTC Aerospace Systems and Rockwell Collins;
  • Otis, the world's leading manufacturer of elevators, escalators and moving walkways;
  • Carrier, a global provider of HVAC, refrigeration, building automation, fire safety and security products with leadership positions across its portfolio. Global sales in 2017 reached $17.8 billion.  

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Carrier chiller system on display at the UTC Center for Intelligent Buildings.

"Our decision to separate United Technologies is a pivotal moment in our history and will best position each independent company to drive sustained growth, lead its industry in innovation and customer focus, and maximize value creation," said United Technologies Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Gregory Hayes. "Our products make modern life possible for billions of people. I'm confident that each company will continue our proud history of performance, excellence and innovation while building an even brighter future.  As standalone companies, United Technologies, Otis and Carrier will be ready to solve our customers' biggest challenges, provide rewarding career opportunities, and contribute positively to communities around the world," Hayes said.

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