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Allied receives Honeywell sales award

April 23, 2018
The award was presented to Allied at the Honeywell SPS Growth event recently held in Dallas, Texas.

From Left to Right: Horst Mollik, Honeywell NA Vice President Sales; Jean Rosa, Honeywell Director Channel Sales North America; Allied Electronics & Automation VP of Product and Supplier Management Frank Cantwell; Charles Forsgard, Honeywell Global Vice President Sales; and Graham Robinson, Honeywell President Sensing & IoT.

Allied Electronics & Automation has been recognized for its sales performance by Honeywell Safety and Productivity Solutions, winning the award for “Greatest Percent of POS growth for 2017.” The award was presented to Allied at the Honeywell SPS Growth event recently held in Dallas, Texas.

“We’re pleased to receive this recognition from Honeywell,” said Allied Product Director Joe Reed. “Our automation and control customers look to Allied for Honeywell products, because customers know Honeywell provides leading-edge technology and quality products. To be recognized with this award is testament to our great supplier-distributor relationship.”

Allied carries more than 1,700 products from multiple Honeywell divisions, with the switch and sensor category leading the way.

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