Louis Chenevert was the chair and CEO at United Technologies Corporation. Before his current roles, Chenevert served as the president and chief operating officer. Besides, he is the director of United Technologies Corporation. In 1993, Louis worked at General motor for 14 years serving as a general manager in production. Between 1999 and 2006, Louis worked at Pratt and Whitney as a president. He left UTC in 2014.
Louis chairs tax and fiscal policy committee and is a member of the business roundtable executive committee. He is also an active member of US-Indian CEO forum. Louis equally serves as one of the board of directors at Cargill, a Congressional Medal of Honor foundation. He also chairs Yale Cancer Center Advisory Board. Louis was first inducted into American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in 2005. Chenevert later managed to acquire Goodrich for $16.3 million, recording one of the highest deals in the American aerospace history.
Louis’s primary role at United Technology Corporation was to carry out research and manufacturing of high technology products. The company is overly involved in the assembly of high-tech jet engines for military and commercial use. UTC is also interested in air conditioning and refrigeration. Moreover, the company produces flight controllers, sensors, and other aerospace systems.
Louis has continually demonstrated exemplary level of competence in managing UTC and increasing its share price by over 200%. As a result, UTC is one of the most profitable companies in the United States of America focused on environmental sustainability and future technological investments.