Stelco Transfers Hot-Strip Operations to Lake Erie

May 2007
Metal Center News;May2007, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p50
Trade Publication
The article reports developments on the Lake Erie mill expansion project of Stelco Inc. in Ontario. All hot-strip processing will be transferred to Lake Erie, which underwent a $270 million modernization with a capacity of 3.7 million tons. It was believed that the expansion will allow the company to take the next step in its strategy to become a low-cost producer by shutting down the its Hamilton Steel operations. Thus, improving Stelco's overall efficiency, quality and lower operating costs.


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