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Last $23.91 USD
Change Today -0.53 / -2.17%
Volume 6.6M
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600 Grant Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15219

United States

Phone: 412-433-1121

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in coating line, and a tin-free steel line. Great Lakes Works, located in Ecorse and River Rouge, Michigan, has annual raw steel production capability of 3.8 million tons. Great Lakes facilities include three blast furnaces, two steelmaking vessels, a vacuum degassing unit, two slab casters, a hot strip mill, a pickling line, a tandem cold reduction mill, three annealing facilities, a temper mill, a recoil and inspection line, an electrolytic galvanizing line, and a hot dip galvanizing line. Principal products include hot-rolled, cold-rolled, and coated sheets. Mon Valley Works consists of the Edgar Thomson Plant, located in Braddock, Pennsylvania; the Irvin Plant, located in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania; the Fairless Plant, located in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania; and the Clairton Plant, located in Clairton, Pennsylvania. Mon Valley Works has annual raw steel production capability of 2.9 million tons. Facilities at the Edgar Thomson Plant include two blast furnaces, two steelmaking vessels, a vacuum degassing unit, and a slab caster. Irvin Plant facilities include a hot strip mill, two pickling lines, a cold reduction mill, three annealing facilities, a temper mill, and two hot dip galvanizing lines. The Fairless Plant operates a hot dip galvanizing line. Principal products from Mon Valley Works include hot-rolled, cold-rolled, and coated sheets, as well as coke and coke by-products produced at the Clairton Plant. The Clairton Plant includes 10 coke batteries. Almost all of the coke that the company produces is consumed by its facilities, or swapped with other domestic steel producers. Coke by-products are sold to the chemicals and raw materials industries. Granite City Works, located in Granite City, Illinois, has annual raw steel production capability of 2.8 million tons. Granite City’s facilities include two coke batteries, two blast furnaces, two steelmaking vessels, two slab casters, a hot strip mill, a pickling line, a tandem cold reduction mill, a hot dip galvanizing line, and a hot dip galvanizing/Galvalume line. Granite City Works consumes all the coke it produces and sells coke by-products to the chemical and raw material industries. Principal products include hot-rolled and coated sheets. Gateway Energy and Coke Company LLC (Gateway) constructed a coke plant to supply Granite City Works under a 15 year agreement. The company owns and operates a cogeneration facility that utilizes by-products from the Gateway coke plant to generate heat and power. Fairfield Works, located in Fairfield, Alabama, has annual raw steel production capability of 2.4 million tons. Fairfield Works facilities included in Flat-rolled are a blast furnace, three steelmaking vessels, a vacuum degassing unit, a slab caster, a rounds caster, a hot strip mill, a pickling line, a cold reduction mill, two temper/skin pass mills, a hot dip galvanizing line, and a hot dip galvanizing/Galvalume line. Principal products include hot-rolled, cold-rolled, and coated sheets; and steel rounds for Tubular. The company owns a Research and Technology Center located in Munhall, Pennsylvania (near Pittsburgh) where it carries out a range of applied research, development, and technical support functions. The company also owns an automotive technical center in Troy, Michigan. This facility brings automotive sales, service, distribution and logistics services, product technology and applications research into one location. Majority of the company’s work in developing new grades of steel to meet the demands of automakers for high-strength and formable materials is carried out at this location. The company has iron ore pellet operations located at Mt. Iron (Minntac) and Keewatin (Keetac), Minnesota with annual iron ore pellet production capability of 22.4 million tons. The company has a 14.7 percent ownership interest in Hibbing Taconite Company (Hibbing), which is based in Hibbing, Minnesota. Hibbing’s rated annual production capability is 9.1 million tons of iron ore pellets, of which the company’s share is approximately 1.3 million tons, reflecting its ownership interest. The company has a 15 percent ownership interest in Tilden Mini

 

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