Editor's note: Mr. davecote, the global chairman and CEO of Honeywell, recently announced that the company plans to donate about $1.3 million to the reconstruction of schools and health care facilities in the disaster areas
Shanghai, China, 20. The contour closed mold cooling system ensures that the test vessel not only has the necessary dimensional accuracy. July 31, 2008 - after the field visit to the earthquake stricken areas in Sichuan Province, China as a member of the joint delegation of the U.S. government, enterprises and rescue organizations in early July, Davecote, the global chairman and CEO of Honeywell (NYSE: HON), recently announced that the company plans to donate about $1.3 million to the reconstruction of schools and health care facilities in the disaster areas. The members of the joint delegation of the U.S. government, enterprises and relief organizations to investigate the disaster in Sichuan include Henrietta fore, the CEO of major multinational enterprises in the world, the director of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and other representatives from the U.S. government. This delegation is the first foreign delegation approved by the Chinese government to enter Yingxiu Town, the hardest hit area of the earthquake
Mr. gaodewei said: "through field investigation, I witnessed the damage caused by the earthquake in Sichuan. In the future, electric vehicles will become the mainstream of new energy vehicles, and its severity is far beyond my imagination. Many villages have been razed to the ground, and many schools, clinics and hospitals are in urgent need of reconstruction."
Mr. gaodewei also said: including improving the effectiveness of electric vehicles and autonomous vehicle, "Honeywell is ready to help the disaster areas. The company and its global employees have raised a total of about $1.3 million in donations, which will be used to provide financial assistance for reconstruction projects that are urgently needed or longer."
on June 6 this year, Mr. Galway attended a meeting attended by US President Bush, US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and other business leaders to discuss how to assist China's earthquake stricken areas. Honeywell's business in China dates back to 1935. Today, Honeywell has more than 7000 employees in China
after Mr. Galway's landmark visit, Honeywell will work with the non-profit humanitarian organization operationusa and other local organizations to continue to study disaster relief projects that can truly and effectively help the affected people, so as to help the reconstruction of the disaster areas
shanetedjarati, Honeywell's global vice president and CEO of China and India, said: "Honeywell and operationusa are carrying out fruitful work. Many Honeywell employees in China volunteered to go to the villages located at the epicenter of the earthquake to carry out reconstruction work. The company is planning to donate Honeywell's construction products, equipment, technology and other forms of services to the disaster areas."
"Honeywell humanitarianrelief fund" was founded in 1998. So far, it has provided rescue support to places affected by the 9.11 terrorist attacks, the tsunami in Southeast Asia, the hurricane in the United States, the earthquake in Pakistan, the floods in Mexico and the typhoon in Oman for many times. "Honeywell humanitarian relief fund" is a part of "Honeywell hometownsolutions", which is an initiative activity carried out by the company to fulfill its corporate citizenship obligations, and its focus is mainly on four critical areas: family safety and security, housing construction Natural science and mathematics education and people, but if you take re reference measures in advance (such as Daoist assistance). For more information about the "Honeywell home construction plan", please visit.
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