Honeywell to Move Global Headquarters from New Jersey to Charlotte

Honeywell is slated to move it global headquarters to Charlotte, N.C. and plans to create 500 corporate jobs in the next five years.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Honeywell is set to relocate its global headquarters from Morris Plains, N.J., to Charlotte. The company will also move its Safety and Productivity Solutions headquarters from Fort Mill, S.C., to Charlotte. The Fortune 100 technology company plans to move 150 to 200 jobs from New Jersey to Charlotte and about 100 from South Carolina between now and September. The company also plans to add 500 corporate jobs before 2024. The move comes as part of the recently passed North Carolina Job Development Investment Grant that awards state and local incentives to companies. The News & Observer reports that the State of North Carolina will give Honeywell an incentive package of $42.5 million for the relocation. Honeywell specializes in industry specific solutions that include aerospace products and services, control technologies for buildings and industry and performance materials globally.

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