United Technologies Corporation
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United Technologies Corporation wants to help its customers get high—in altitude, that is. It is the parent of an eclectic group of businesses: Carrier air conditioners, Hamilton Sundstrand aerospace products, Otis elevators, Pratt & Whitney aircraft engine, Sikorsky helicopters and UTC Fire & Security and UTC Power, maker of firefighting equipment and security systems. With over $58.7 billion in annual revenue in 2008, UTC is one of the 30 companies that make up the Dow Jones Industrial Average. UTC ranks as the 17th largest U.S. manufacturer (2008 list, Industry Week) and the 37th largest U.S. corporation (2009 list, Fortune). Finally, UTC is a leader in corporate research, spending $1.8 billion of its own funds and $2 billion of customer funding on research and development in 2008.
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United Technologies Corporation is a dynamic global corporation operating at the leading edge of commercial and military aviation, aerospace systems, climate control, elevator design, security and fire protection as well as hydrogen fuel cell development. Our reputation for innovative thinking and pioneering technology is unsurpassed. UTC's global workforce operates in approximately 180 countries and trades in every major market. We are determined to be the company where you'll be challenged to achieve and exceed your career goals. Whether it involves manufacturing high-performance engines or developing transportation technology, we want you to help set the benchmark for excellence. When you join our team, you'll become part of a diversified FORTUNE 50 Company whose products include Carrier HVAC and refrigeration systems; Hamilton Sundstrand aerospace and industrial products; Otis elevators, escalators and horizontal transportation systems; Pratt & Whitney aircraft engines, turbines and space propulsion systems; Sikorsky helicopters; UTC Fire & Security systems and services; and UTC Power fuel cells.