Mittal USA Schedules Restart of Indiana Blast Furnace

October 2005
Metal Center News;Oct2005, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p67
Trade Publication
Reports that Mittal Steel USA has decided to start a blast furnace operations in East Chicago, Indiana. Aim of the initiative to balance the company's effort to balance its supply of steel with the demand for its products; Statement of John Mang, executive vice president-operations west of Mittal Steel, regarding the blast furnace project; Production capacity of the plant.


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