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For Immediate Release CONTACT: Marc Renner


Honeywell Phoenix Controls Will Exhibit; Company Redirects Other Resources to More Focused Sales and Marketing Initiatives

[an error occurred while processing this directive]MINNEAPOLIS, November 29, 1999 - Honeywell Home and Building Control is reducing its presence at the year 2000 International Air Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration (AHR) Exposition/American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers annual meeting in Dallas.

Honeywell-Phoenix Controls will have an exhibit, featuring its leading precision airflow control systems for use in critical room environments such as laboratories, pressurized rooms in healthcare facilities, animal research centers and clean rooms. The Honeywell Home and Building Control businesses are redirecting their resources to focus on other sales support priorities.

The decision to scale back the company's 2000 AHR/ASHRAE show participation reflects marketing opportunities created by a broad range of new Honeywell products, and an emphasis on more focused marketing programs, including Internet-based initiatives.

"Honeywell's top priority is to create products, solutions and services that enable OEMs, distributors, contractors and end users to compete more effectively," said Rob Longendyke, vice president of Honeywell Home and Building Control Communications. "We have a broad range of new and innovative solutions that will make the difference in our industry - and we are dedicated to using our resources to create effective tools and sales support programs that will help our customers succeed.

"We continue to be committed to ASHRAE as a strong and influential organization, and we look forward to exhibiting at future shows as appropriate," Longendyke said.

Honeywell is the world's leading provider of control technologies for buildings, homes, industry, space, and aviation. The company employs 57,000 people in 95 countries, and had 1998 sales of $8.4 billion.

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