Cleveland is home to one of the most productive integrated steelmaking facilities in the world. ArcelorMittal Cleveland is capable of producing one ton of steel for slightly more than one worker hour. The industry average in the United States is 1.9 worker hours per ton, which is more than double ArcelorMittal Cleveland’s productivity figure.
The facility is strategically located on the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland, Ohio with good access to the Port of Cleveland and Great Lakes shipping, as well as excellent highway and railroad transport. The plant operates two blast furnaces which feed two steelmaking facilities. It consists of the former LTV and Republic Steel plants and has stood on this site since 1913 on the East Side (Corrigan McKinney Steel) and 1914 on the West Side (Otis Steel) of the river.
The Cleveland plant covers more than 950 acres. The plant’s buildings total seven million square feet.
Products made at this location are hot-rolled, cold-rolled and hot-dipped galvanized sheet and semi-finished (slabs). Markets this plant serves include automotive, converters and tubular applications.
Vice president and general manager: Eric Hauge
Union representation: United Steelworkers Local 979, Dan Boone, president
Hourly employees: 1,457
Salaried employees: 368
Products made: Hot-rolled, cold-rolled and hot-diped galvanized sheet and semi-finished (slabs)
Markets served: Automotive, converters, distribution and tubular applications
Principal production facilities: Two blast furnaces – C5 and C6, four basic oxygen furnaces, two continuous casters, 84" hot strip mill, one five-stand cold roll reduction mill (tandem mill), batch anneal, one temper mill, one hot-dip coating line (galvanize and galvanneal).
3060 Eggers Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44105
T +1 216-429-6000