U.S. Steel Consolidates Operations to Offset Declining Demand

December 2008
Metal Center News;Dec2008, Vol. 48 Issue 13, p72
Trade Publication
The article reports on the consideration of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based United States Steel Corp. to consolidate several operations. This move is intended to offset declining customer demand. Facilities to be idled include Keetac, Great Lakes Works, and Granite City Works. About 3,500 employees will be affected from this consolidation.


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