< PrevNext > 75. Johnson Controls Milwaukee Share 2015 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $61.6 millionPrincipal Card Supplier: US BankIn 2015, manufacturing company Johnson Controls divested its automotive seating and interiors business. The spinoff of Aidient, as it’s been renamed, is expected to finalize in the fourth quarter of this year, and Johnson Controls has been cloning its the travel program for Aidient. In September 2016, Johnson Controls completed its merger with Tyco, the electronic security and fire protection systems company.Johnson Controls’ 2015 U.S.-booked air volume, which represented 66 percent domestic travel, remained stagnant against 2014. The company expects that volume to rise to $62 million in 2016. In the United States, it consolidates most TMC services under American Express Global Business Travel.