ArcelorMittal USA1 South Dearborn
Chicago, IL 60603
Tel: +1 312 899 3440
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ArcelorMittal USA is the largest steel producer in the United States, formed from the combination of ArcelorMittal’s existing US business, Ispat Inland, with the assets of International Steel Group.
ArcelorMittal USA is a major supplier to the North American automotive industry as well as to the broader transportation sector, serving customers in the trucking, off-highway, agricultural-equipment, and railway industries. ArcelorMittal USA also has a strong customer base in the appliance, office furniture, electrical motors, packaging, industrial machinery, and other manufacturing sectors, as well as the distribution and service-center industry.
ArcelorMittal USA operates some of the most modern and efficient steel plants in North America. Major steel producing sites are located in East Chicago and Burns Harbor, Indiana; Cleveland, Ohio; Weirton, West Virginia; Sparrows Point, Maryland; Steelton, Pennsylvania; Georgetown, South Carolina; and Riverdale, Illinois. Value-added plate markets are served from the Company's Conshohocken and Coatesville, Pennsylvania, facilities, as well as from operations in Indiana. The company also has finishing facilities in Hennepin, Illinois, Lackawanna, New York, Newton, North Carolina, and Columbus, Ohio.
As part of its partnership with Nippon Steel Corporation, the Company also operates two state-of-the-art steel-finishing plants near New Carlisle, Indiana: I/N Tek, a continuous cold rolling plant that produces sheet steel of unmatched quality and consistency, and I/N Kote, a plant comprising both hot-dip and electrogalvanising lines for flat-rolled steel.
ArcelorMittal also owns iron ore mines in Minnesota as well as coal properties in Pennsylvania and a direct-reduced-iron facility in Trinidad, and a coke-making facility in Warren, Ohio.