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High-performing channel partners receive accolades at conference


June 21, 2018  


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Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS) celebrated the success of its key distributors at the annual Channel Partner of the Year awards ceremony held June 20 during the 2018 Channel Partner Conference in San Antonio, Texas.

The awards ceremony recognized nine partner companies, which are distributing and integrating Honeywell industrial automation solutions across the Americas, for commercial excellence and delivering exceptional customer service. Honorees surpassed their annual business goals by providing superior value to their customers.

George T. Hall Company, headquartered in Anaheim, California received the Honeywell Americas 2017 Channel Partner of the Year Award – the highest honor given to a channel partner.

“We are extremely proud to be recognized by Honeywell for our business performance last year,” said Jim Martin for George T. Hall Company. “Exceptional product knowledge, integration capability, and customer service have always differentiated us from our competitors. We have worked hard to develop and maintain the expertise and infrastructure required to exceed each customer’s expectations.”

There were also eight regional award winners, including Promax Combustion Inc. of Canada, Dominion Industrial SA de CV of Mexico, Ingenieria en Automatizacion y Control Ltda of Chile, The C. J. Nolte Company, Control Specialists Inc., Burner Design & Control Inc., Plant Solutions Ltd. and George T. Hall Company.

“Honeywell continues to expand the product lines available to our partner network, which now include instrumentation, gas/liquid measurement, control platforms, thermal solutions and smart energy metering,” said Asheesh Arora, vice president global channels, HPS. “We also support our partner network with business development tools and opportunities, backed up by a comprehensive channel partner program. Our 2017 award winners took full advantage of this and exemplify the performance and behaviors we pursue across our global partner network.”

Honeywell hosted more than 200 channel partners from eight countries across the region, including Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Peru and the U.S. This year’s conference theme was ‘Connected Partners, Connected Products’, with a keynote speech from John Rudolph, president of HPS. Other topics of the conference, held during the 2018 Honeywell Users Group Symposium, included Honeywell business updates, global channel strategy, customer development tools as well as product presentations, demonstrations and training.

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