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With 119 million tonnes of annual production capacity and 245,000 employees across 60 countries, ArcelorMittal is the world’s leading steel and mining company. It was formed in 2006 as a result of the merger of the Arcelor and Mittal steel groups.

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Harsco Extends, Expands Role at ArcelorMittal's French Operations

21 May 2018 - Mill services contractor Harsco Corp. has renewed two logistics and packaging contracts – and signed four new agreements – with ArcelorMittal Atlantique & Lorraine in France, the company has announced. 

EU Regulators Sign Off on ILVA Sale

07 May 2018 - The European Commission has approved ArcelorMittal’s acquisition of Italy’s ILVA, clearing the way for the steelmaker to begin finalizing the deal.

Grupo Simec Reaches Deal to Acquire Brazilian Long Products Mills

06 May 2018 - ArcelorMittal Brazil has struck a deal to sell two mills and wire drawing equipment to Mexican long products producer Grupo Simec, fulfilling an agreement with Brazilian competition regulators.

Don't Count the Blast Furnace Route Out, Says ArcelorMittal Executive

26 Apr 2018 - Even though scrap-based steelmaking is growing, demand for steel's basic raw materials – coking coal, coke and iron ore – will be supported by new blast furnace capacity in some parts of the world, an ArcelorMittal executive said. 

ArcelorMittal Prepared to Sacrifice European Flat-Rolled Units to Acquire ILVA

13 Apr 2018 - ArcelorMittal is offering to divest facilities in six European countries in order to resolve anti-competition concerns arising from its planned acquisition of Italy’s ILVA. 

ArcelorMittal Disputes Disqualification of Essar Steel Bid

27 Mar 2018 - ArcelorMittal is challenging the disqualification of its bid for Essar Steel Ltd. under Indian insolvency proceedings, reports the (London) Financial Times. 

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