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4 hrs ago | Reuters
General Electric Co avoided using a geared design for its new engine for narrowbody jets because of concerns about weight and reliability, said a top GE executive on Monday as it battles with rival Pratt & Whitney for billions of dollars in engine orders. Pratt, part of United Technologies Corp, developed a geared turbofan that relies on a gearbox and lets the front fan operate at a different speed than the rest of the engine, while on GE's traditionally configured engines the fans run at the same speed.
8 hrs ago | Freshnews
Pratt & Whitney, a United Technologies Corp. company, together with its U.S. Air Force partner at the F135 Heavy Maintenance Center at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, celebrated another significant milestone - qualification for F135 engine testing at the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex . OC-ALC - which in addition to engine testing is also qualified to perform maintenance and repair work on F135 fan modules - is on target to complete the remainder of its F135 qualifications and be fully activated as the first F135 depot by the fourth quarter of 2015.
16 hrs ago | The Motley Fool
At $108 and change, shares of United Technologies are up less than one single percentage point after 52 weeks of trading. It almost seems as if the stock of one of the world's great industrial conglomerates has sat idly by while the rest of the S&P 500 soared 18%.
That's about 18 times worse than the performance of the average stock on the S&P 500 . But does United Technologies deserve to be scorned by investors? Is business really so bad? And what is management doing to dig its stock out of its slump and to grow the business? To find out, we listened in on United Technologies' recent second-quarter earnings conference call -- and are here to report back to you on its five most important revelations.
The first flight event began a four-year test program that proved the efficiency of Sikorsky's single rotor design, gave birth to a global helicopter industry, and forever changed the course of aviation history. "Tens of thousands of helicopters today fly the world's skies, and the configuration almost all of them use is a single main rotor coupled to an anti-torque tail rotor.
Convening sustainability thought leaders to meet green building professionals in emerging economies, Carrier and Otis will hold their first Distinguished Sustainability Lecture Series event in Turkey tomorrow. The lecture follows yesterday's visit in Saudi Arabia coordinated with the support of fire and security brands Edwards, Kidde and Marioff.
Kidde, a division of United Technologies Corporation, is recalling 1.2 million alarms because they can fail to sound during a fire or a carbon monoxide incident following a power outage.
But bigger isn't always better. Put in context, "UTC," as it's commonly abbreviated, lies somewhere in between Boeing and Lockheed Martin in size.
Almost two-thirds of large supermarkets surveyed in northern and western European countries now use natural refrigerants in their stores, according to a new report issued by Carrier Commercial Refrigeration, Europe. The research finds that this trend is being driven by industrywide sustainability policies that are outpacing EU legislation.
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United Technologies and Palash Roy Chowdhury, Country Manager - India Pratt & Whitney are featured in cover story of the August issue of CSR Today magazine.SOURCE: United Technologies Corporation DESCRIPTION:By: CSR Today At UTC, we make modern life possible," says the global website of United Technologies Corporation . With topnotch brands such as Otis, Pratt & Whitney, Sikorsky, and Carrier under its fold, the $62 billion multinational conglomerate sure has a profound impact on billions of lives.
An aerospace division of Connecticut-based United Technologies Corp. said it has been picked to design and manufacture external engine housings for the 787-10, the newest and longest version of the Dreamliner jet. The company did not say where they those components will be assembled for delivery to the Boeing South Carolina campus.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 07:53 pm
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