Honeywell’s global security, fire units get new presidents

By Eric Strauss
Morris Plains | Sep 14, 2017 at 12:57 pm
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Dino Koutrouki of Honeywell.

Morris Plains-based conglomerate Honeywell has named new presidents for its global security and global fire businesses, it announced.

Richard “Rich” Lattanzi will serve as the leader of the global security business, while Dino Koutrouki will serve as the leader of the global fire business, the company said in a news release Wednesday. They will continue to report to Michael Flink, president of Honeywell Security and Fire.

“Serving our customers and growing our business are at the core of everything we do in our security and fire businesses,” Flink said in a prepared statement. “Having two independent teams focused on their business will bring us closer to our customers, maximizing our core strengths and enabling increased efficiencies.

“I am confident that Rich and Dino will drive performance in their respective businesses to better serve our customers.”

Lattanzi, previously vice president and general manager for Honeywell Security and Fire Americas, will now oversee all operations, business strategy and growth for the global unit.

Koutrouki, previously vice president and general manager for the Honeywell Scanning and Mobility APAC organization, will oversee the same portfolio for his global unit.

The two independent business units are part of Honeywell’s Home and Building Technologies group, which is based in Atlanta.