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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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Project Aims to Improve Energy Recovery at Cogen Plant

08 Aug 2018 - A Polish cogeneration plant is installing a pair of energy recovery turbines in between blast furnace flues and the cogen plant itself, essentially putting the exhaust gases to work twice. 

ArcelorMittal USA Blast Furnace Knocked Off-Line

08 Aug 2018 - The No. 3 blast furnace at ArcelorMittal’s Indiana Harbor facility has taken an unplanned outage after its large bell fell in during a charge, reports The Times newspaper of northwest Indiana.

Mittal: Steel Tariffs Have Been a ‘Net Positive’ for Company

02 Aug 2018 - Rising steel prices and healthy demand propelled ArcelorMittal’s second-quarter profits to US$1.9 billion, its best quarterly finish since 2011. And chief executive Lakshmi Mittal is thanking one person: U.S. President Donald Trump. 

ArcelorMittal Makes 'Take It or Leave It' Offer for ILVA

30 Jul 2018 - ArcelorMittal has upped its offer for Italy’s ILVA after the country’s new government began pushing for a better deal, reports commodities news and pricing service Argus Media. 

Italian Government Launches Examination of Ilva Bidding

25 Jul 2018 - The Italian government has opened a review into the bidding process for Ilva and could potentially rescind its agreement to sell the business to ArcelorMittal, reports Kallanish Commodities.  

Steelworkers, ArcelorMittal Get to Work on New Contract

24 Jul 2018 - Despite the overall health of the steel industry, the United Steelworkers union and ArcelorMittal USA appear to have some difficult bargaining sessions ahead of them as they begin work on a new labor contract, reports The Times newspaper of northwest Indiana. 

USW Kicks Off Contract Negotiations with U. S. Steel, ArcelorMittal

11 Jul 2018 - The United Steelworkers union has opened labor negotiations with United States Steel Corporation and ArcelorMittal USA, beginning the work to replace contracts that expire 1 September.  

Revised CAFE Standards Probably Won't Hurt Demand for Auto Steel

25 Jun 2018 - The Trump administration’s proposal to roll back the 2025 vehicle fuel economy standards likely won’t have a significant impact on the market for lightweight automotive steels, according to a Nucor Corp. official.

ArcelorMittal Launches Initiative Aimed at Improving Steel Building Design

21 Jun 2018 - The world’s largest steelmaker has created a program that aims to change the way builders think about steel in building construction. 

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