The Burns Harbor facility is one of ArcelorMittal's largest facilities in the USA. It is a fully integrated steel-making facility strategically located on Lake Michigan in northwestern, Ind. approximately 50 miles southeast of Chicago, Ill. It is the only steelmaking facility in the United States that is bound on two sides by a national park. The area allows for good shipping access to the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor, as well as excellent highway and railroad shipping. The plant operates two blast furnaces and is capable of producing 4.7 million tons of raw steel annually. ArcelorMittal USA Burns Harbor was formerly a Bethlehem Steel plant and has stood on its site since 1964.
Burns Harbor primarily serves the automotive industry. Principal products made at this location are hot-rolled, cold-rolled and coated-sheet products. Other markets they serve include appliances, construction, office furniture and rail cars.
Burns Harbor Products and Facilities
|Principal production facilities:
||Blast furnaces, basic oxygen furnaces, continuous casters, plate mills, 80-inch hot strip mill, pickle lines, tandem mill, hot-dip coating line, continuous heat-treating line and batch annealing and temper mill
||Hot-rolled, cold-rolled and coated-sheet products
||Automotive, service centers/distributors, tubing, shipbuilding, drums/containers, appliances, office furniture, HVAC, construction, storage tanks, rail cars and pipelines