Last Thursday, December 3, 2015, Mr. Miroslav Kiraľvarga, U. S. Steel Košice Vice President External Affairs, Administration and Business Development, participated in the session of the Board of Directors ...
Recently we commemorated twenty years since the largest tragedy in the history of the Košice steelworks, when 11 people died and dozens of other were poisoned due to a fblast-furnace gas pipeline explosion and subsequent carbon monoxide (CO) escape.
In the current school year, more than four hundred students of secondary vocational schools in Slovakia are preparing for the first time for their future occupation according to the actual needs and requirements of employers.
Do you know the history of the Metallurgical Faculty and do you know how long its cooperation with the Košice steelworks has lasted? What are the foundations it has been built on and what is its orientation at present?
The Košice Fairy-tale Christmas has already started. On Friday, 4 December, City Major Mr. Richard Rašiand U. S. Steel Košice Vice President External Affairs, Management and Business Development Mr. Miroslav Kiraľvarga, together with St. Nicholas, his suite and Firefly opened the celebrations from the stage near the Immaculata memorial.
Large numbers in English and Slovak. Up until fairly recently British English and Slovak usages were in agreement that a million was ten to the power of six (106), a milliard was ten to the power of nine (109), and a billion was ten to the power of twelve (1012).
Fifty years will have passed at the end of this week since the beginning of coke production in Slovakia, for which the Košice steelmakers were responsible. Our cokery staff produced the first coke on December 12, 1965 ...
On Friday, November 27 the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Košice was the venue for the celebration of some impressive working anniversaries - 30, 35, 40 and in some cases 45 years - of long-serving employees in the Transport, Power Engineering, Mechanics and Maintenance Divisions and the Department of General Manager Reliability of Equipment.
Participants in the latest session of industriAll's Committee for Basic Metals, which took place on November 17 and 18 of this year in Taranto, Italy, all agreed at the close of discussions that it will be necessary in the very near future ...
Did you know that in the past most of Slovakia's narrow-gauge railways used to be in the eastern part of this country? Many of them have been at least partially preserved, while others no longer exist, but mentions of them, also thanks to the tireless efforts of their admirers and enthusiasts, “are still alive.”