Roger Fradin is a Vice Chairman of Honeywell responsible for advancing the Company’s merger and acquisition strategy toward its 5-year target of $10 billion, expanding High Growth Regions, and improving internal operations.
Roger was previously President and CEO of Honeywell Automation and Controls Solutions (ACS), a global leader in the development and manufacture of environmental controls, life safety products and building and process solutions that are at work in homes, buildings, industrial facilities and public and private utilities around the world. During Roger’s 10-year tenure, ACS of grew roughly 110% from an $8 billion, mainly U.S. domestic business, to a $17 billion global business.
Since joining Honeywell in 2000, at the time of Honeywell’s acquisition of Pittway Corporation, Roger has also served as President of Automation and Control Products and President and CEO of Security and Fire Solutions. Starting in 1976, he helped lead an entrepreneurial team that built Pittway into the world’s leading supplier of electronic security and fire alarm products.
Roger received his MBA and BS degrees from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was also a member of the faculty. He has authored books and articles on Management and Strategy issues. He is a Director at MSC Industrial Direct, a NYSE listed industrial distributor, and Pitney Bowes.