SynopsisArcelorMittal Duisburg, Germany, will see a change in leadership as Dr. Cem Kurutas takes over as CEO starting from January 1, 2024. This transition follows the departure of Paul Tetteroo, who led the Duisburg plant for nine years and will assume a new role at ArcelorMittal in Luxembourg in 2023. Dr. Uwe Braun, currently Managing Director of the Duisburg plant and CEO of the ArcelorMittal Hamburg plant, will temporarily oversee the Duisburg site until the year's end.ArticleA significant transition in leadership is underway at the ArcelorMittal plant in Duisburg, Germany, as Dr. Cem Kurutas prepares to assume the role of CEO, commencing January 1, 2024. This pivotal change marks the departure of Paul Tetteroo, who has steered the Duisburg plant for an impressive nine years and is set to embark on a new assignment at ArcelorMittal in Luxembourg in 2023.As the baton of leadership is passed, Dr. Uwe Braun, the current Managing Director of the Duisburg plant and CEO of the ArcelorMittal plant in Hamburg, will take on the temporary responsibility of overseeing operations at the Duisburg site until the conclusion of the year.Dr. Cem Kurutas, poised to step into the role of CEO, expresses his anticipation for the responsibilities that lie ahead: "The position at ArcelorMittal Duisburg comes at an exciting time. I'm looking forward to setting the course for the future of the plant together with my colleagues in Duisburg and the Group."Dr. Kurutas brings a wealth of professional experience to his new role, with a career that commenced in 2007 and spanned various companies. Notably, he served as Vice President Operations at Outokumpu Nirosta in Germany, demonstrating his deep-rooted expertise in the industry.ConclusionThis transition underscores ArcelorMittal's commitment to fostering leadership excellence and continuity within the organization. As the new CEO prepares to take the reins in Duisburg, it marks a pivotal moment in the plant's journey towards future growth and success.