Honeywell complies with import/export laws and regulations by using tariff preference programs and free trade agreements in order to maximize duty-savings.
Honeywell complies with U.S. export laws and regulations and the import/export laws and regulations of each country in which it conducts business.
Both, A and B
Export Control with two Corporate Centers of Excellence, in Washington, DC and Phoenix, AZ. Import Control supported by a Director of Customs Compliance supporting the Aerospace business group.
A Corporate Director of Export Control and Compliance located in Washington DC to Coordinate with Import and Export Control Coordinators supporting all business in all countries.
Export Control with two Centers of Excellence, the Corporate COE in Washington, DC and the Aerospace COE in Phoenix, AZ. Import Control supported by a Corporate Director of Customs Compliance.
Conduct regular periodic training of the employees of their business who are involved in any aspect of importing regarding applicable import laws and compliance procedures and serve as the primary focal point for all import compliance matters.
Publish required policies and procedures; provide training and materials; conduct audits and investigations; represent Honeywell with Customs and other government agencies.
None of above
Beyond the individuals with direct responsibility for the export and import functions, trade compliance assignment applies to supporting functions; therefore functional managers are expected to oversee their function, activity, or organization to ensure compliance with the export/import laws.
Employees involved in export-import transactions should contact the International Trade Compliance Coordinator for their site at the initial stages of a proposed international transaction
Both A and B
It is the policy of the Company that there shall be no transactions or business dealings with any of the embargoed countries, except for sales to Cuba from foreign subsidiaries.
Export licenses or approved Technical Assistance Agreements ("TAAs") must be obtained before foreign nationals can gain access to certain controlled products and technical data.
When working with Export Controlled data in an electronic format, the area where data is stored, in a server or local hard drive, has to be secured to ensure that only authorized persons have access to it.