The former CEO and chairman of United Technologies Corporation Louis R. Chenevert, at the company he started off as being elected for the chief executive position in April 2008 and 2010 he got the chairman position. Louis R. Chenevert offered his services in those positions until November 2014 that’s when he retired. Since March 2006, he was providing his services as the chief operating officer and president in the united technologies. Before that, he held the position of president in the Pratt and Whitney that was in April 1999 to March 2006.
At the general motor, he worked there for 14 years, before even the start of him working at Pratt Whitney. At general motors what he dealt with is overseeing production as the general manager. From to date what Louis has been able to maintain since 2015 is him being the senior industry advisor of Goldman Sachs. He got the admission in the University de Montréal where he got his university education that he later was rewarded with the bachelor in commerce. In 2011, he was honored with the doctorate from the University of Montreal. He has held the chairman sit in the HFC Montreal’s international board.
Before he retired from the United Technologies Corporation, he prepared the company from the environment-friendly world. He knew that it’s was just after a while and there would be the strict regulations for the airline industry from the Canadian government. At UTC he created a system that lowered the water usage and the omission of carbon on the Louis personal craft. When the government of Canada passed the regulations that Louis R. Chenevert was aware of, UTC was among the companies that had the means of competing. Louis was able to help the company even when they were facing the deficit in profit. The smart way that he used so that to offset the deficit was that he purchased other firms and used the gain that they had, and was able to help United Technologies Corporation in offsetting the loss. There was a decrease in the spending in UTC when Louis was leading the company that resulted in saving the company $150 million in every year.