Dec. 9, 2015

U.S. Steel Realigns Flat-Rolled Management

U.S. Steel has realigned the operational management in its Flat-Rolled Products segment into three distinct units: Automotive Solutions, Consumer Solutions, and Industrial Service Center and Mining Solutions. The changes go into effect Jan. 1.

The Automotive Solutions segment, based in Troy, Mich., will be led by Senior Vice President Jim Bruno. He will have responsibility for the Great Lakes Works facility, the EGL at Dearborn, the Midwest Plant in Portage, Ind., plus the company’s 50-50 joint venture PRO-TEC Coating Co. in Leipsic, Ohio.

Consumer Solutions serves customers in the appliance, packaging, container and construction markets and is largely served by the company's Mon Valley Works outside of Pittsburgh, Pa., East Chicago Tin in East Chicago, Ind., as well as Fairfield Works' No. 5 coating line and the Double G joint venture, both in Birmingham, Ala. It will be led by Sara Greenstein, senior vice president.

The Industrial, Service Center and Mining Solutions group will be led by Senior Vice President Douglas R. Matthews. He will have responsibility for serving customers in the pipe and tube manufacturing market, as well as the agricultural and industrial equipment and service center markets. He will have operational responsibility for U.S. Steel's largest steelmaking and finishing facility, Gary Works in Gary, Ind.; Granite City Works in Granite City, Ill.; and mining, which includes all activities relating to the company's Minnesota Ore Operations, plus the company's iron ore equity ventures.

The transition and integration of the Industrial and Service Center Solutions teams will be led by Geoff Turk, currently vice president of Service Center Solutions. Upon completion of the transition, he will leave the company.

Mark Tabler, previously vice president of Tubular Operations, has become the vice president, Global Quality and Manufacturing Processes.

These new operational realignments within the commercial entities do not change existing reporting segments. The company will continue to have three reportable operating segments: North American Flat-Rolled Products, Tubular Products and U.S. Steel Europe.


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