Carrier rings the NYSE opening bell, celebrating progress in its portfolio transformation

Date: 06 February 2024
Carrier rings the NYSE opening bell, celebrating progress in its portfolio transformation
Carrier's legacy of innovation will come full circle when Chairman and CEO David Gitlin rings the iconic bell of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to open the day's trading and celebrate Carrier's progress in a game-changing portfolio transformation to further strengthen its global leading positions in the field of intelligent technologies. climate and energy solutions.

The transformation comes just a few years after Carrier became an independent public company in April 2020, and marks the first time Carrier has rung the NYSE bell created by the old Carrier company.
 
When the New York Stock Exchange moved to its current location in 1903, the original gong was replaced by a brass bell - electrically powered and large enough to resonate throughout the trading floor. The bell was based on an earlier version first patented by one of our founders, Robert Edwards.

Carrier now proudly displays the original bell at its world headquarters in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
 
The bell ringing ceremony at the New York Stock Exchange not only symbolizes a remarkable moment in Carrier's history, but also signifies achievement, growth and a bright future as the Fortune 500 company transforms the industry to become the world's leading provider of smart climate and energy solutions.

In January, Carrier completed the acquisition of Viessmann Climate Solutions, adding to Carrier's existing portfolio a key leading provider of highly efficient and renewable climate solutions with more than 100 years of experience in innovation and sustainability; and further strengthening Carrier's position as the world's leading supplier of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.

In December, Carrier announced an agreement to sell its Global Access Solutions business to Honeywell for $4.95 billion and its commercial refrigeration business to a longtime Haier joint venture for $775 million.

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