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Honeywell names Eric Wollerman to lead national security business

Apr 2, 2020, 08:25 AM

Honeywell today announced that Eric Wollerman, an executive with more than 15 years of leadership experience within its Aerospace strategic business group, has been named President of Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies, effective April 6.

Wollerman succeeds John Ricciardelli, who held the role for the past four years. In his new position, Wollerman will lead the business which manages and operates the Kansas City National Security Campus for the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration.

During his tenure with Honeywell, Wollerman spent 10 years running operations at several manufacturing plants within the Aerospace portfolio. For the past two years, he led global customer service operations for Aero’s Customer & Product Support organization. He brings a record of success managing operations as well as a proven ability to forge strong customer relationships.

Wollerman and Ricciardelli will work closely over the coming weeks to ensure a smooth transition of responsibilities by April 30.

The Kansas City National Security Campus offers state-of-the-art engineering, manufacturing and sourcing capabilities that address complex national security issues. More than 5,000 Honeywell employees work each day to advance our core mission of ensuring the safety, security and reliability of our nation's nuclear deterrent.

 

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