Louis Chenevert had a great passion for investing in Technologies. This was the ultimate drive towards the future advancement and growth of the United Technologies Corporation (UTC). As the president of UTC, Louis Chenevert vision was is the driving force in backing up the United States economy as well as helping in the production of United States manufacturing jobs that that remains in this country. Currently, Pratt & Whitney runs various manufacturing plants in various regions such as Georgia, Connecticut, Maine, Florida, Michigan as well as New York City. These plants develop supply chains that don’t touch each state all over the country. These plants have invested over one billion USD to meet all the requirements of all the current clients and the future customer too.
There came a time when Louis Chenevert decided to interlink the two companies, i.e., UTC and Pratt & Whitney. He was not only focused on the benefits of the company, but he was also envisioned at a future time in which that connection would result in the employment of many talents of the upcoming generation. This is what is happening today. United Technologies Corporation is ought to provide some job opportunities for more than 25,000 new employees and establish at least 5,000 new posts that will finally be in support of the growth of the future innovative platforms.
We need to retrogress back to Louis Chenevert early life for a better understanding of him and how his career in conjunction with his lifetime success was instrumental in United Technologies Corporation. He was born in Quebec, Canada. He pursued a B.Sc. degree in production management at HEC Montreal. After his academic life, he then spent 14 years serving at General Motors after which he shifted to Pratt & Whitney. Six years later, after serving in this Canadian Corporation, he was nominated as the President of this company. He was so committed such that in the year 2009, he managed to the winner of the prestigious Honor Award that was awarded by the National Building Museum. In 2011, He was awarded an honorary doctorate by HEC Montreal. It was still in the same year that he was entitled as the “Person of the Year,” by Aviation Week & Space technology.