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Olivier Rabiller to Lead Honeywell Transportation Systems Business Spinoff

Olivier Rabiller

Olivier Rabiller will continue to serve as president and CEO of Honeywell‘s (NYSE: HON) transportation systems business after the unit’s separation from Morris Plains, N.Y.-based industrial conglomerate into a standalone public company.

Honeywell said Friday it expects to complete the spinoff by the end of the third quarter.

Rabiller joined the company in 2002 and has led its transportation segment since July 2016.

Prior to his current role, he was vice president and general manager of transportation systems for high-growth regions, business development and aftermarket, for two years.

He also worked as VP of customer management for passenger vehicles at Honeywell’s turbo technologies business; VP of European sales and customer management; and director of marketing and BD for the European region.

Before Honeywell, he spent seven years at Renault in customer services, engine project management and purchasing roles.

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