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Lukac Takes Plant Manager Position in Coking Operation

Pittsburgh, PA— Anton Lukac has been named plant manager-Clairton Works for United States Steel Corporation, it was announced by John Goodish, executive vice president-operations. The appointment became effective July 1, 2003.

Lukac, 43, was previously vice president of strategic implementation for U. S. Steel Kosice (USSK), U. S. Steel’s steelmaking unit in the Slovak Republic. He and his family will relocate to Pittsburgh from Kosice in their native Slovak Republic.

At Clairton Works, Lukac will be responsible for managing coking and coal chemical operations at the largest and most environmentally progressive by-product coke plant in the Western Hemisphere. He will report directly to Ray Terza, who assumed general manager responsibilities earlier this month for all U.S. Steel Pittsburgh-area operations, including both Mon Valley Works and Clairton Works.

Lukac graduated from Technical University in Kosice, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. In 1991, he joined VSZ a.s., a diversified Slovak corporation from which U. S. Steel acquired the steel operations and related assets in November 2000 to form USSK, the largest fully integrated, flat-rolled steel producer in Central Europe.


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