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Nobuhiko Takamatsu to join IISI from Nippon Steel

World Steel Association : 19 March, 2004  (New Product)
The International Iron and Steel Institute (IISI) is very pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Nobuhiko Takamatsu as General Manager, Technology and Environment from 1 April 2004.
The International Iron and Steel Institute (IISI) is very pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Nobuhiko Takamatsu as General Manager, Technology and Environment from 1 April 2004. Mr Takamatsu will report directly to the Secretary General of IISI.

Mr Takamatsu replaces Mr Yoshihiko (Yoshi) Kawai who returns to Nippon Steel Corporation at the end of his secondment to IISI. Yoshi will become Nippon Steel’s representative to Arcelor in Paris and will develop the strategic technical and marketing alliance between the two companies.

Mr Takamatsu is currently Senior Manager, Technical Administration and Planning at Nippon Steel in Tokyo. For several years, Mr Takamatsu has led Nippon Steel’s work on Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and has been involved in planning its new business strategies.

As a Graduate in Chemical Engineering from Tokyo University, Mr Takamatsu joined Nippon Steel’s Oita Works in 1979. He held a series of positions in ironmaking at Nippon Steel, culminating with the post of Head of Ironmaking at the Muroran Works in 1993.

Commenting on the changes, IISI Secretary General Ian Christmas said, “Yoshi has done an excellent job at IISI and fully deserves his next challenge. Takamatsu-san will be a great addition to the IISI team and I am pleased to welcome him and his family to Brussels.”
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