ArcelorMittal planning to raise armor plate output 50,000T
Dec 04, 2007 | 04:50 AM
| Michael Cowden
ArcelorMittal is boosting production of quenched and tempered plate from it U.S. mills to keep up with strong military demand.
The integrated steelmaker aims to boosts its capacity for quenched and tempered products by 50,000 tons. As part of the project, ArcelorMittal will make investments at all of its U.S. plate facilities—Coatesville and Conshohocken, Pa., and Burns Harbor and Gary, Ind.....
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