< PrevNext > 79. Johnson Controls Milwaukee Share 2016 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $54.3 millionPrincipal Card Supplier: CitiConsolidated U.S. TMC: Amex GBTIn September 2016, Johnson Controls, a diversified technology and multi-industrial company, completed its merger with Tyco, which produces electronic security and fire protection systems. In the fourth quarter, Johnson Controls completed the spinoff of its automotive business. The company cloned its travel program for the new business, called Adient. Johnson Controls U.S.-booked air volume decreased 12 percent in 2016. It expects U.S.-booked air volume to decrease 8 percent to $50 million in 2017. American Express Global Business Travel is Johnson Controls' consolidated U.S. travel management company and its primary agency outside the U.S. For 2017, Johnson Controls will create a travel program for the merged company. Following 2016's merger and divestiture, the company had 117,000 employees and reported $37.7 billion in annual revenue for the year.