North America

ArcelorMittal North America provides operational leadership and coordination for AM/NS Calvert and tubular facilities in the U.S., along with flat, long and tubular facilities in Canada and Mexico. The following individuals report to Robrecht Himpe, CEO, ArcelorMittal North America. Mr. Himpe reports directly to Mr. Lakshmi Mittal, chairman and CEO, ArcelorMittal.

Robrecht started his career at the Sidmar Gent hot strip mill in 1981, and became responsible for its cold rolling department in 1995. In 2001, he was appointed operational director of Bremen, before becoming operational director of Asturias in 2003. 

In 2006, he became vice president FCWE upstream and then chief operating officer in 2007. In 2008, he pursued his career as CEO of Flat Carbon Europe, before being appointed as head of safety and chief technology officer, positions he held until December 2015. 

In July 2016, he was appointed CEO ArcelorMittal North America, a role he now holds in addition to his responsibilities as President and CEO of AM/NS Calvert. 

Robrecht is an electro-technical engineer and a graduate of the University of Gent, Belgium.

Victor Cairo serves as vice president, ArcelorMittal and CEO of ArcelorMittal Mexico, overseeing ArcelorMittal’s operations in Mexico, including flat, long and tubular product facilities.

Victor started his career with Caterpillar in operations before moving to Prolec GE as its plant manager in 1997. He joined the group as general manager Dofasco de Mexico in 2000, and has played a key role in the evolution of the business, from project stage to a mature and well-diversified business, over the last decade.

Victor holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical and electrical engineering from Universidad Regiomontana and a MBA from Instituto Tecnologico y Estudios Superiores de Monterrey.

Brad Davey serves as chief marketing officer of auto for North America and head of marketing for non-auto market in North America, except USA. Brad chairs ArcelorMittal's Automotive Allocation Committee and coordinates automotive commercial teams of North America. In addition, Brad will also lead ArcelorMittal global auto.

Brad started his career with the group in 1990 as foreman maintenance hot mill mechanical at Dofasco. He moved into technology in 1994 and eventually became manager of hot roll technology. Afterwards he made a functional career change in 2002 when he became manager of marketing. In 2007, he became director of sales and in the following year he was named VP of sales & marketing. His most recent role was VP commercial & NAFTA automotive.

Brad is a member of the Board of Directors for ArcelorMittal Tubular Products, ArcelorMittal Tailored Blanks and the Steel Market Development Institute of the American Iron and Steel Institute. He is also a member of the Metal Service Centre Institute’s Canadian Division Council. Brad has a bachelor of engineering degree from McMaster University in Hamilton. He is also an active volunteer for several local sports and charity organizations.

Sean serves as vice president, ArcelorMittal and chief executive officer, ArcelorMittal Dofasco in Hamilton, Ontario.

Sean joined Dofasco in 1981 as a production engineer. He held various leadership positions with the company before being appointed general manager of market development and product applications in 2003.

In 2005, he became director for quality systems and manufacturing technology, and in 2008 he was named vice president of technology. Prior to becoming CEO ArcelorMittal Dofasco in November 2014, Sean was vice president of manufacturing.

He graduated from the McMaster University in Canada with a degree in Metallurgical Engineering.

Marcia Miller serves as vice president of government relations for the Americas. She joined ArcelorMittal in 2007 as senior director for federal government relations in Washington, D.C.

Prior to ArcelorMittal, she served for nine years on the U.S. International Trade Commission, including as chairman and vice chairman. She worked for the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance between 1988 and 1995, first as a professional staff member and eventually as chief international trade counselor. Marcia also worked for the law firms of Kelley Drye & Warren and Wilmer Cutler Pickering, as well as the American Textile Manufacturers Institute. 

Marcia earned a master’s degree from the School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C. and a bachelor’s degree in international studies and political science from Miami University in Ohio.

As chief technical officer for ArcelorMittal North America, Graham is responsible for setting the technical direction for the region.

Graham joined the group in 1984 in the metallurgy department at Dofasco. He was the primary metallurgist until 1998 at which time he was promoted to the technology manager, cold products. In 2002, he was technology manager tinplate products. He later moved to operations manager in the galvanize in 2008 and the hot mill in 2010. In 2011, Graham was appointed to director, manufacturing technology and process automation, where he spearheaded the launching of AMD100, a significant two-year improvement program. He was named VP, technology in 2012 where his group enabled the commercial and manufacturing teams to successfully adapt to external threats and opportunities while developing unique and innovative capabilities for strategic advantage. 

Graham graduated from Queen’s University with an Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Kingston, Ontario and an MBA from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario (Canada).

Sujit Sanyal serves as chief executive officer, ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada.

Sujit joined ArcelorMittal in 1989 as deputy general manager of Caribbean Ispat. In 1995, he became steel plant manager of Ispat Sidbec and general manager, technical administration for Ispat International in 2001. In 2002, Sujit took on the role of steel plant director in ArcelorMittal Montreal, and in 2003 director of primary operations. In 2007, he became general manager of Contrecoeur Works, before taking on his most recent role of vice president operations, ArcelorMittal Montreal Long Products.

Sujit holds a Master’s degree in metallurgical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, in Kharagpur, India. He has attended an Executive Management Program at Wharton Business School and is an Alumni of the ArcelorMittal Pioneer Program at ArcelorMittal University.

William (Bill) Steers serves as general manager, communications and corporate responsibility for ArcelorMittal’s Americas region, which encompasses more than 50 steel production, mining and finishing facilities, and approximately 40,000 employees. He oversees the company’s corporate responsibility efforts across two continents as well as corporate communications, media relations and brand management.

As a member of ArcelorMittal’s Americas’ senior management team, Bill leverages his environmental and sustainability communications expertise to counsel the company’s leadership on stakeholder engagement and environmental stewardship. His team is recognized for introducing and leading corporate responsibility initiatives that have been showcased and shared as best practices across the global organization. He also serves as president of the ArcelorMittal USA Foundation which focuses its funding in three areas: health and safety, environment and education.

Edward (Ed) Vore serves as chief executive officer, ArcelorMittal Tubular Products North America. He joined Copperweld Corporation in 1983 which was a legacy company acquired by Dofasco in 2005. He held a number of commercial roles of increasing responsibility prior to an assignment in the metallurgical department at the Shelby, Ohio tubing plant. After his technical development, Edward held commercial management roles in sales and marketing of increasing responsibility until assuming his current position in July 2013.

He is a member of the executive boards of the MSCI Tubular Products Council, Committee on Pipe and Tube Imports (CPTI), and the Steel Tube Institute of North America (past president).

Edward holds a Bachelor of Science degree in metallurgical engineering from Lafayette College and a MBA in executive management from Ashland University. 

*These individuals have functional oversight for operations beyond ArcelorMittal North America, including ArcelorMittal USA facilities.