Honeywell is to invest $84 million into the expansion of its 560,000 square foot Olathe manufacturing facility in Kansas, which currently produces components for Honeywell’s avionics, safety and flight control systems, and complex radio frequency systems. “Expanding this facility will enable the development of a strong and resilient domestic supply chain for next generation avionics and printed circuit board assemblies that our commercial and military customers can rely on,” commented Jim Currier, president and CEO of Honeywell Aerospace Technologies. Noting that Honeywell is “in constant need of highly skilled employees, particularly in engineering and advanced manufacturing,” Currier added that Honeywell’s
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