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L3Harris Technologies’ (NYSE: LHX) new CEO, Christopher E. Kubasik, expects to expand the company’s focus on partnering with countries around the world to introduce new technologies and help increase economic prosperity and safety in the regions.
Kubasik, who succeeded William M. Brown yesterday as the second CEO in the company’s history, said L3Harris is poised to address customers’ demand for complete end-to-end solutions and to grow its global presence.
“I look forward to travelling again to develop new partnerships and to expand existing relationships, helping our allies overcome their toughest technology challenges,” Kubasik said. “As the leading defense technology provider, we have tremendous capabilities and resources to help allies address their economic, industrial and security needs.”
L3Harris is a global company with a workforce of 48,000 people and operations around the world supporting customers in more than 100 countries. Approximately 20 percent of L3Harris’ revenue comes from customers outside the United States, with the company working to expand its strategic partnerships and grow its global business footprint.
The company is using its industry-leading research and development investments to create exportable solutions for international markets across all domains – air, land, sea, space, and cyber – with emphasis on communication modernization, aircraft missionization, fighter aircraft upgrades and expansions, maritime expansion and autonomy, and multi-domain integration.