October 02, 2014 12:46 PM ET

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Company Overview of U. S. Steel Kosice, s.r.o.

Company Overview

U. S. Steel Kosice, s.r.o. produces flat rolled steel products. The company offers hot rolled plates for use in the manufacture of machinery, and civil and power engineering applications; cold rolled plates for use in automotive, food-packaging, civil engineering, and electrical product manufacturing industries; electrotechnical plates for use in the construction of magnetic circuits for electrical rotating machines, small transformers, solenoids, and other electrical equipment components; hot dip galvanized plates for applications that include automotive, civil and machine engineering, and domestic appliances; organic coated products for use in civil engineering exterior and interior applic...

Vstupny areal U. S. Stee

Kosice,  044 54


Founded in 2000


421 55 6731 111


421 55 6731 110

Key Executives for U. S. Steel Kosice, s.r.o.

Age: 57
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
Vice President of Operations
Age: 53
Vice President of External Affairs
Age: 50
General Counsel
Age: 57
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

U. S. Steel Kosice, s.r.o. Key Developments

Slovakia Still In Negotiations With United States Steel

The Slovak government is still in talks with United States Steel Corp. to not to sell U. S. Steel Kosice, S.R.O. Robert Fico, Prime Minister of Slovakia, told SITA the government is doing all it can to keep the U.S. investor in Slovakia. Fico added that several teams of government officials are negotiating with U.S. Steel, trying to find solutions in the fields of transport, energy and environment, in order to facilitate the company's operations in the country. Both the government and U.S. Steel are interested in continuing negotiations and finding a solution for the investor to stay in Slovakia, he said.

METALLOINVEST And Metinvest Reportedly Interested In Steel Kosice

Hospodarske Noviny reported quoting unnamed sources that OAO Holding Company METALLOINVEST and Metinvest Holding LLC are interested in the acquisition of U. S. Steel Kosice, S.R.O. from United States Steel Corp. According to Hospodarske Noviny, representatives of METALLOINVEST visited U. S. Steel Kosice with Metinvest. In November 2012, United States Steel had confirmed plans for a potential sale of Slovak steelworks. United States Steel had also received several offers from interested buyers.

Metinvest Denies Acquiring Kosice

Metinvest Holding LLC has denied a weekend newspaper report that the company has agreed to acquire U. S. Steel Kosice, S.R.O. from United States Steel Corp. Kosice, had already denied the same report, having said on November 12, 2012 that investors had shown an interest. "We did not buy," Metinvest's spokesperson Ivan Shmidik said. On November 17, 2012 Hospodarske Noviny stated that an agreement was signed late on November 16, 2012.

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