WHAT’S NEXT BEGINS NOW.
As a global technology leader, the every-day mission of Honeywell Performance Materials & Technologies (PMT) is creating future-forward solutions that change the way the world works. The inventors, chemists and engineers of Honeywell PMT are continually pushing technological frontiers, literally bringing the future forward.
We are uniquely positioned to serve customers worldwide with high-quality performance chemicals and materials, process technologies and automation control. We provide the best and most comprehensive solutions that can help our customers improve operations, reliability and profitability. By supporting the global transition towards renewable energy and a low-carbon economy, we’re accelerating a more sustainable future – and changing the way the world works.
PMT is primarily made of three business units: Advanced Materials, Process Solutions and UOP. Additionally, we align to the connected enterprise of Connected Industrial, Cybersecurity and Sparta Systems. Last, we are transforming utilities through our Smart Energy business.
President and CEO, Performance Materials and Technologies
Lucian Boldea is President and CEO of Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies (PMT). In this role, he is responsible for our PMT business, which encompasses Honeywell’s process technologies, automation solutions, advanced materials and industrial software that are transforming industries around the world.
Previously, Lucian was Executive Vice President for Eastman Chemical Company where he led global strategy, business operations and financial performance. He has also held other leadership roles at Eastman including his role as Senior Vice President for the Additives & Functional Products Business where he was responsible for Eastman’s largest, most profitable business segment. Lucian began his career with Eastman as a chemist in 1997.
Lucian earned a doctorate in organic chemistry from the University of Florida, an MBA in finance from the Wharton School of Management in Philadelphia, and a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of West Florida.