Honeywell will be participating in this year’s In-Kingdom Total Value Add Forum and Exhibition, showcasing its advanced technologies that support Saudi Arabia’s long-term strategic objectives related to localization and sustainability. During the event — to be held at the Dhahran Expo from Jan. 24 to 26 — Honeywell will highlight its history of industrial leadership in Saudi Arabia, announce several milestone localization developments and showcase its role in developing a thriving knowledge-based economy in the country.
Honeywell is a global technology company, with a portfolio of software-led solutions that help companies make sense of their operational data. The company’s presence in Saudi Arabia includes an office in Riyadh and a further six facilities in the country, including research and development and engineering centers that develop highly advanced technologies for the Kingdom and the wider Middle East region. Approximately half of Honeywell’s local workforce are Saudi nationals.
Mohammed Mohaisen, president and CEO, Honeywell Middle East and North Africa, said: “We commend the leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and of Aramco on the continued success of the IKTVA initiative and are proud to be attending this year’s forum as gold sponsors. Saudi Arabia is a highly significant part of our global operation and a key hub for our advanced research and development programs — the outcomes of which advance critical economic sectors across the Middle East.”
“Our technologies, including those developed and manufactured here in the Kingdom, are solving the region’s most pressing objectives, from driving forward the energy transition to economic diversification across urbanization, tourism, transportation, logistics and healthcare. IKTVA is the ideal platform to demonstrate the impact of our initiatives, projects and facilities in bringing important economic benefits to the Kingdom, as well as supporting the development of the next generation of local engineers and technology experts,” added Mohaisen.
During this year’s forum, Honeywell will promote several important technologies from its portfolio that can help the Kingdom achieve its target of reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2060.
These include carbon capture solutions that pave the way for transition to blue hydrogen, and the company’s single-stage Ecofining process to produce Green Jet Fuel, capable of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 65-85 percent compared with petroleum-based fuel, and Honeywell Green Diesel, which is chemically identical to petroleum-based diesel and can be used as a drop-in replacement in vehicles with no modifications.