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Minerals Technologies Announces Reorganization

January 3, 2002
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Minerals Technologies Inc. recently announced a reorganization of its senior management, effective January 1, 2002. Anton Dulski, chief operating officer, will reduce his day-to-day responsibilities while remaining executive vice president. In this role, he will have two major responsibilities -- to continue to pursue worldwide acquisition opportunities and to further strengthen the company's relationships within the global steel industry.

Additional appointments include: John A. Sorel, senior vice president, corporate development and finance; Kenneth L. Massimine, senior vice president, Paper PCC (precipitated calcium carbonate), which is part of the Specialty Minerals segment; Howard R. Crabtree, senior vice president responsible for MINTEQ, which is the operating division in the company's refractories segment; D. Randy Harrison, vice president and managing director, performance minerals; Gordon Borteck, vice president of organization and human resources; and Rick B. Honey, vice president, investor relations/corporate communications. S. Garrett Gray will remain vice president and general counsel with responsibility for legal, intellectual property, and employee health and safety.

For more information, call (888) 689-6397 or visit http://www.mineralstech.com/.

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