Darius Adamczyk is President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Honeywell, a $40 billion diversified technology and manufacturing leader, responsible for driving continued profitable growth of Honeywell's operating businesses through HOS Gold breakthrough growth strategies, including advanced software offerings that complement the Company's diverse technology portfolio.
Prior to this role, Darius served as President and CEO of Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies (PMT), a global leader in the development of high-performance products and solutions, including low global warming refrigerants, specialty films for healthcare and photovoltaic applications, leading technologies for the global refining and petrochemicals industry, and process solutions with $9.3 billion in revenue in 2015. He also served as President of Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS), one of the world’s leading suppliers of automation and control systems designing advanced software solutions that control and optimize refineries, oil and gas installations, pulp and paper mills, chemical, pharmaceutical, and power plants around the globe. HPS was incorporated into Honeywell PMT under Darius’ leadership.
Darius became the President of Honeywell Scanning & Mobility in 2008 when Metrologic, where he was serving as Chief Executive Officer, was acquired by Honeywell. Darius has held various leadership positions with Ingersoll Rand, including President of Air Solutions Group, President of the Heavy Industrial Business Segment, and Vice President of Business Development. From 1995 to 1999, Darius served as a senior associate at global strategy and technology consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. He began his professional career as an electrical engineer at General Electric in 1988.
Darius has an MBA from Harvard University, a master’s degree in computer engineering from Syracuse University, and a bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer engineering from Michigan State University. Darius also completed the GE Edison Engineering Program, as well as numerous executive development courses at Wharton and Duke, among other institutions.