Awards

Recognizing our commitment to sustainability

Awards

In 2016, ArcelorMittal received several awards recognizing the company's commitment to sustainability and our communities. This list is a representation of the many awards that we were proud to receive.

ArcelorMittal USA: 

  • Selected as a Supplier of the Year by GM in recognition of suppliers who have undertaken extraordinary initiatives that have driven outstanding results for GM's business, while demonstrating values important to GM and an exceptional commitment to their community.  ArcelorMittal also received GM's Supplier Diversity Award for our top diversity performance within GM tier one suppliers
  • Received a number one supplier rating from Ford for the fifth consecutive year, illustrating ArcelorMittal's commitment to maintaining its position as the leading steel supplier to automotive
  • Won the American Metal Market Steel Excellence Award in the "Best Innovation - Product" category for our recent launch of the S-in motion® Mid-size Sedan and SUV solutions
  • Named Corporate Advocate of the Year by American Metal Market for ArcelorMittal's leadership in sustainability and corporate responsibility in North America
  • Recognized with the first-ever Distinguished Sponsor Award from Science Olympiad
  • ArcelorMittal's 2015 United States Integrated Report received a Hermes Platinum Award

ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor:

  • Received the Association for Iron and Steel Technology's (AIST) 2016 Project Excellence Award for its No. 7 blast furnace campaign extension project. The award recognizes the importance of applying best practices and processes to the science of project management

ArcelorMittal Cleveland:

  • Received the 2016 AIST Reliability Achievement Award - Bronze for "A Thermography Program C6 Blast Furnace Campaign Extension"

ArcelorMittal Princeton:

  • Received the Mine Safety and Health Training Award by IMCC (Interstate Mining Compact Commission)

Significant awards received by ArcelorMittal employees:

  • Simonne Benoit, environmental engineer, ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor, was selected as one of Northwest Indiana Times' 20 under 40
  • Kenneth E. Blazek, principal engineer, ArcelorMittal Global Research & Development, was the recipient of the Tadeusz Sendzimir Memorial Award from AIST. The award is presented in recognition of an individual who has advanced steelmaking through the invention, development or application of new manufacturing processes or equipment
  • Paulina Johnson, automotive account manager at ArcelorMittal's Southfield office, was selected as one of Crain's Detroit Business' 40 under 40
  • Greg Ludkovsky, vice president and head of global research and development for ArcelorMittal, was inducted into the Northwest Indiana Times Industry & Business Hall of Fame
  • Lou Schorsch, former chief executive officer for ArcelorMittal Americas and member of the company's Group Management Board, was presented with the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award at the Platts Global Metals Awards