Avionics company Bendix/King will locate its information technology R&D and support services, as well as marketing functions, at a new 40,000-square-foot headquarters at the Honeywell facility in north Albuquerque.
Bendix/King, a division of Honeywell, has been based in Kansas for years, where it manufacturers avionics products and offers repair and overhaul services for light aircraft, Bendix/King President Kevin Gould said.
“The manufacturing operations will remain in Kansas,” Gould said. “We’ll staff the Albuquerque office with engineers for IT support functions. We’re renovating a 40,000-square-foot space in the downstairs area of the Honeywell facility that will include testing labs and work spaces.”
Gould accompanied Gov. Susana Martinez and other public officials at a new conference at Honeywell to announce Bendix/King’s move to New Mexico.
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