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Honeywell looks for hiring 1,000 people next year

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NEW DELHI: Business conglomerate Honeywell said on Sunday that it is considering to increase its India headcount by about 1,000 employees next
year as it expects growth to bounce back in line with global economic recovery.

The company is also planning to provide bio-fuel technology for the country`s airlines industry.

"This year the growth has been flat, but still we are hiring 500-700 people for the entire group in India. Next year we should recruit about 1,000 people as our domestic base expands," Honeywell Automation India Managing Director Vimal Kapur told PTI.

The company, which has an employee strength of 11,000 people, has been adding about 1,000 staff every year in line with its annual growth during the last few years, he added.

"The new recruitments will be done in all our verticals, including R&D, avionics (aircraft cockpit system), auto components and chemicals division," he said.

On Honeywell India`s, the wholly-owned subsidiary of the US-based firm, new initiatives in the country, Kapur said: "We are developing bio jet fuel technology as part of our energy saving initiative and the test flights are being carried out in the West. Our aim is to introduce this in India."

The company plans to work in conjunction with fuel suppliers, like HPCL and BPCL, for use of the technology in the Indian aviation industry, he added

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