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United Technologies Corp. pledges $1.5 million to support Japan relief efforts

Published on 21 April 2011
UTC, specialists in fire & security detection and response, are offering relief in Japan

UTC, specialists in fire & security detection, will continue to support Japan relief efforts

United Technologies Corp. has joined with Red Cross and other international relief agencies to support the relief efforts in Japan.

United Technologies Corp. contributed $1 million, and pledged to match employee contributions up to another $500,000 to support relief efforts in Japan.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by this terrible disaster," said UTC Chairman & Chief Executive Officer Louis Chenevert. "United Technologies has been in Japan for more than 100 years, and we are deeply committed to our employees and partnerships there. We are thankful that all UTC employees are safe and want to offer this support to those affected by this tragedy."

UTC will match 100 percent of employee contributions to Red Cross relief efforts, to a maximum of $500,000, to support humanitarian relief urgently needed in affected areas. Employees should visit company intranet sites for additional details.

As the situation clarifies itself in the days and weeks ahead, UTC will continue to work with the Red Cross and other international relief agencies to support relief efforts.

United Technologies, based in Hartford, Conn., is a diversified company providing high technology products and services to the global aerospace and building industries. UTC's products include Pratt & Whitney aircraft engines, Sikorsky helicopters, Carrier heating and air conditioning, Hamilton Sundstrand aerospace systems and industrial products, Otis elevators and escalators, and UTC Fire & Security detection and response systems.


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