Mott Takes Over as Stelco Emerges from Bankruptcy

April 2006
Metal Center News;Apr2006, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p52
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The article reports that the Stelco Inc. has emerged from 26 months of bankruptcy proceedings and has appointed steel expert Rodney Mott to be its president and CEO. Mott is a veteran in terms of the restructuring and consolidation of the North American steel industry. Mott has served as a consultant for one of Stelco's three financial sponsors, Tricap Management Ltd., prior to the hiring. Stelco has fulfilled its restructuring plan and has assembled a new board of directors.


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