21 : United Technologies Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $1,476,229,982
Defense revenue: $1,319,945,183
Civilian revenue: $156,284,799
2009 revenue: $52.9 billion
2009 earnings : $4.2 billion
2008 revenue: $59.8 billion
2008 earnings: $5.1 billion
Number of employees: 206,700
Headquarters: Hartford, Conn.
Web address: http://www.utc.com
President/CEO: Louis R. Chenevert, chairman and CEO
Ticker: UTC
Lines of business: Carrier, Hamilton Sundstrand, Otis, Pratt & Whitney; Sikorsky, UTC Fire & Security, UTC Power
Major customers: NASA, Energy Department, Army, Navy and Marine Corps
Major contracts/projects: The Air Force hired Pratt & Whitney, a company owned by United Technologies, a $65 million contract to provide maintenance for F100 engines powering F-16 fighter aircraft from various international F100 customers, including Egypt, Jordan, Taiwan and Thailand. The three-year contract contains extension options, making the potential value approximately $100 million over the life of the contract. Pratt & Whitney will provide F100 module overhaul maintenance for its foreign military customers operating F100-PW-220 and F100-PW-229 engines.
Previous Profile: 2009
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers, Houlihan Lokey

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