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Corporate HeadquartersPITTSBURGH, PA

United States Steel Corporation’s world headquarters is located in the U. S. Steel Tower, which is situated along Grant St. in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and showcases COR-TEN® steel. When its construction was completed in 1971, the building was considered to be an engineering masterpiece and was featured in many architectural and engineering magazines.

The tower, once the tallest building between New York and Chicago at 841 feet and 64 stories, is the tallest building in downtown Pittsburgh, which is situated at the confluence of the Monongahela, Allegheny and Ohio rivers.

United States Steel Corporation
Corporate Headquarters
600 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
(412) 433-1121

Automotive CenterTROY, MI

U. S. Steel's Automotive Center in Troy, Michigan, brings automotive sales, service, distribution and logistics services, product technology and applications into one location. Much of U. S. Steel's work in developing new grades of steel to meet the demands of automakers for materials that are high-strength, lightweight and formable is carried out at this location.

United States Steel Corporation
Automotive Center
5850 New King Court
Troy, MI 48098-2692
(248) 267-2500

Big River SteelOsceola, AR

Big River Steel has annual raw steel capacity of approximately 3.3 million tons with an Electric Arc Furnace (EAF), Ladle Metallurgy Furnace (LMF), Ruhrstahl Heraeus (RH) Degasser, and thin slab caster/hot rolling mill. Finishing facilities include a pickle line/tandem cold mill, batch annealing furnaces, a skin pass/temper mill, and continuous galvanizing line. Principal products include hot-rolled, cold-rolled, coated, and electrical sheets.

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2027 State Hwy 198
Osceola, AR 72370

East Chicago TinEast Chicago, IN

East Chicago Tin, a finishing facility that is part of Gary Works, is located about seven miles west of Gary, Indiana. East Chicago Tin has the equipment needed to produce tin plate, black plate, tin-free steel and coated sheet products utilized by the packaging and container markets for the manufacturing of cans, ends and closures for the food and beverage industry. The facility was indefinitely idled in late 2019. Tin production has been shifted to Midwest Plant and Gary Works.

United States Steel Corporation
East Chicago Tin
101 East 129th Street
East Chicago, IN 46312


PRODUCTION FACILITIES
  • 66" Pickle line
  • 52" 6-Stand Tandem Cold Mill
  • Electrolytic cleaning line
  • Batch annealing line
  • 46" Continuous annealing line
  • 52" Temper mill
  • 45" Electrotinning line
  • 46" Tin-free steel line

Fairfield Tubular OperationsFairfield, AL

Located near Birmingham, Alabama, U. S. Steel’s Fairfield Tubular Operations custom creates seamless steel casing with an outside diameter range of 4-1/2” to 9-7/8” and seamless steel line and standard pipe with an outside diameter range 4-1/2" to 8-5/8" to meet our customers’ specifications. The facility has approximately 750,000 tons of seamless tubular products capacity annually.

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United States Steel Corporation
Fairfield Tubular Operations
5700 Valley Road
Fairfield, AL 35064
(205) 783-4150

Fairfield WorksFairfield, AL

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Located approximately 10 miles west of Birmingham, Alabama, Fairfield Works is comprised of both steelmaking and finishing facilities. The facility is home to a state-of-the-art Electric Arc Furnace (EAF), that supplies the company’s nearby Fairfield Tubular Operations seamless pipe mill. The EAF has an annual capacity of approximately 1.6 million tons, and it represents an important step in delivering on the company’s Best of BothSM strategy. Fairfield Works also contains slab and rounds casters and a 50-inch Hot-dip galvanizing/GALVALUME® line for flat-rolled products.

Flat-rolled products produced at Fairfield primarily serve customers in the metal building components, automotive and appliance industries. Tubular products from the plant’s pipe mill primarily serve the energy (oil and gas) market.

United States Steel Corporation
Fairfield Works
5700 Valley Road
Fairfield, AL 35064
(205) 783-4122

Gary WorksGary, IN

Gary Works, U. S. Steel's largest manufacturing plant, is situated on the south shore of Lake Michigan in Gary, Indiana. Comprised of both steelmaking and finishing facilities, Gary Works has an annual raw steelmaking capability of 7.5 million net tons.

Sheet products, strip mill plate in coils and tin products are manufactured at Gary Works. Hot-rolled, cold-rolled and galvanized sheet products are produced for customers in the automotive, metal building components, home construction and appliance markets.

Tin products are also produced at Gary Works. These products are used by customers in the container industry in the manufacture of food and beverage containers, aerosol cans, paint cans and pails, and more.

United States Steel Corporation
Gary Works
One North Broadway
Gary, IN 46402
(219) 888-2000


PRODUCTION FACILITIES

  • Four blast furnaces
  • Three top-blown basic oxygen process (BOP) vessels
  • Three bottom-blown basic oxygen process (Q-BOP) vessels
  • Vacuum degasser
  • Three ladle metallurgy facilities
  • Four continuous slab casters
  • 84" Hot strip mill
  • Hot-rolled Temper mill
  • 80" and 84" Pickle lines
  • 52" 6-Stand and 80" 5-Stand Cold reduction mills
  • Electrolytic cleaning line
  • Three batch annealing facilities
  • 38" Continuous annealing line
  • 80" 1-Stand, 48" 2-Stand and 84" 2-Stand Temper mills
  • 48" 2-Stand Double cold reduction mill
  • 37" and 46" Electrolytic tinning lines

Gary Works RCRA Corrective Action

Granite City WorksGranite City, IL

Located in southern Illinois just minutes away from St. Louis, Missouri, Granite City Works produces high-quality hot-rolled, cold-rolled and coated sheet steel products for customers in the construction, container, piping and tubing, service center, and automotive industries.

Granite City Works has an annual raw steelmaking capability of 2.8 million net tons.

United States Steel Corporation
Granite City Works
1951 State Street
Granite City, IL 62040
(618) 451-3456


PRODUCTION FACILITIES

  • Two blast furnaces
  • Two top-blown basic oxygen process (BOP) vessels
  • Ladle metallurgy facility
  • Two continuous slab casters
  • 80" Hot strip mill
  • 51" Pickle Line
  • 56" 4-Stand cold reduction mill
  • 49" Hot-dip galvanizing/GALVALUME® line
  • Barge dock on Mississippi River

Great Lakes WorksEcorse and River Rouge, MI

Great Lakes Works, situated along the Detroit River in the communities of Ecorse and River Rouge, Michigan, contains finishing facilities for steels that are used primarily by customers in the automotive industry.

In addition, the company owns a 700,000 ton 72-inch electrolytic-galvanizing (EGL) line in Dearborn, Mich., that operates as part of Great Lakes Works: the Great Lakes Works EGL at Dearborn.

United States Steel Corporation
Great Lakes Works
No. 1 Quality Drive
Ecorse, MI 48229
(313) 749-2100


United States Steel Corporation
Great Lakes Works EGL at Dearborn
3000 Miller Road
Dearborn, MI 48120
(313) 203-9800


PRODUCTION FACILITIES

  • Three blast vessels
  • Two top-blown basic oxygen process (BOP) vessels(permanently idled)
  • Vacuum degasser
  • Ladle metallurgy facility
  • Two continuous slab casters(permanently idled)
  • 80" Hot strip mill(permanently idled)
  • 80" Pickle line
  • 80" 5-Stand Cold reduction mill
  • Batch annealing facility
  • 80" Temper mill
  • 73" Hot-dip galvanizing line

Lone Star Tubular OperationsLone Star, TX

U. S. Steel's Lone Star Tubular Operations facilities in Lone Star, Texas, have the capability to manufacture Full Body Normalized Electric-Resistance Welded (ERW) tubular products for the oil and gas industry. Mill No. 1 can produce ERW pipe ranging from 7” to 16” in outside diameter (OD) with an annual production capacity of 400,000 net tons, while Mill No. 2 can produce pipe ranging from 1.088” to 7.15” OD with an capacity of 390,000 net tons per year.

The facility was indefinitely idled in 2020.

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Lone Star Tubular Operations
6886 Highway 259 South
Lone Star, TX 75668

Lorain Tubular OperationsLorain, OH

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The U. S. Steel mill at the Lorain, Ohio, manufacturing facility has the capability to produce high-quality seamless pipe used in oil and gas exploration and production as well as the construction industry.

The Lorain facility has an annual production capacity of 380,000 net tons of oil country tubular goods (OCTG), casing, standard and line pipe, and coupling stock in outside diameters ranging from 10 1/8-26”.

The facility was indefinitely idled in 2020.

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Lorain Tubular Operations
2199 E. 28th St.
Lorain, OH 44055

Midwest PlantPortage, IN

The Midwest Plant, a finishing facility that operates as part of Gary Works, is situated about 10 miles east of Gary in Portage, Indiana. Principal products include tin mill products and hot-dip galvanized, cold-rolled and electrical lamination steels that are used by customers in the automotive, construction, container and electrical markets.

United States Steel Corporation
Gary Works Midwest Plant
U.S. Highway 12
Portage, IN 46368
(219) 762-3131


PRODUCTION FACILITIES

  • 80" Pickle line
  • 52" and 80" 5-Stand Tandem Cold reduction mills
  • Electrolytic cleaning line
  • Batch annealing facilities
  • 43" Continuous annealing line
  • 54" and 80" Temper mills
  • 54" Double cold reduction mill
  • 48" and 72" Hot-dip galvanizing lines
  • 42" Electrolytic tinning line
  • 38" Tin-free steel line

Minnesota Ore OperationsKeewatin and Mt. Iron, MN

U. S. Steel's Minnesota Ore Operations, located on the Mesabi Iron Range in northern Minnesota, is composed of two facilities: Keetac in Keewatin and Minntac in Mt. Iron. At these facilities, iron-bearing rock called taconite is mined and processed into iron ore pellets for use in U. S. Steel's steelmaking facilities. Annual production capability at Keetac is approximately six million net tons of pellets. Annual production capability at Minntac is approximately 16 million net tons of pellets.

United States Steel Corporation
Keetac
1 Mine Road
Keewatin, MN 55753 United States Steel Corporation
Minntac
8819 Old Highway 169
Mt. Iron, MN 55768

Mon Valley Works – Clairton PlantClairton, PA

Mon Valley Works is an integrated steelmaking operation that includes four separate facilities: Clairton Plant, Edgar Thomson Plant, Irvin Plant and Fairless Plant.

Clairton Plant is located approximately 20 miles south of Pittsburgh in Clairton, Pennsylvania, and sits along the west bank of the Monongahela River. The largest coke manufacturing facility in the United States, Clairton Plant operates ten coke oven batteries and produces approximately 4.3 million tons of coke annually. The facility serves customers in the commercial coke market as well as U. S. Steel's steelmaking facilities.

In March 2022, Clairton Plant published its 2021 Operations and Environmental Report. The report highlights record-setting environmental performances, as well as explains the cokemaking process and related environmental controls, discusses the facility’s safety first approach, and recaps several community engagement projects.

Click here to read or download the full 2021report.

Click here to read or download the full 2020report.

Click here to read or download the full 2019report.

United States Steel Corporation
Mon Valley Works –
Clairton Plant
400 State Street
Clairton, PA 15025

Mon Valley Works – Edgar Thomson PlantBraddock, PA

Mon Valley Works is an integrated steelmaking operation that includes four separate facilities: Clairton Plant, Edgar Thomson Plant, Irvin Plant and Fairless Plant.

Edgar Thomson Plant, located about 10 miles southeast of Pittsburgh in Braddock, Pennsylvania, is where basic steel production takes place at Mon Valley Works. Raw materials are combined in blast furnaces to produce liquid iron, which is then refined to create steel. Steel slabs from the facility are sent by rail to the nearby Irvin Plant in West Mifflin, where they are rolled into a number of different sheet products that serve customers in the appliance, automotive, metal building and home construction industries. Mon Valley Works has an annual raw steel production capability of 2.9 million net tons.

In 2021, Edgar Thomson Plant published its 2020 Operations and Environmental Report. The report highlights environmental performance, as well as explains the steel-making process and related environmental controls, discusses the facility’s safety first approach, and recaps several community engagement projects.

Click here to read or download the full report.

United States Steel Corporation
Mon Valley Works –
Edgar Thomson Plant
13th Street and Braddock Avenue
Braddock, PA 15104
(412) 273-7000


PRODUCTION FACILITIES

  • Two blast furnaces
  • Two top-blown basic oxygen process (BOP) vessels
  • Vacuum degasser
  • Ladle metallurgy facility
  • Dual-strand continuous slab caster

Mon Valley Works – Fairless PlantFairless Hills, PA

Mon Valley Works is an integrated steelmaking operation that includes four separate facilities: Clairton Plant, Edgar Thomson Plant, Irvin Plant and Fairless Plant.

At the Fairless Plant, a finishing facility located near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, cold-rolled products are finished into galvanized sheet. Sheet products from the Mon Valley Works serve customers in the appliance, automotive, metal building and home construction industries. Mon Valley Works has an annual raw steel production capability of 2.9 million net tons.

United States Steel Corporation
Mon Valley Works –
Fairless Plant
400 Middle Drive
Fairless Hills, PA 19030
(215) 736-4605


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PRODUCTION FACILITIES

  • 65" Hot-dip galvanizing line

Mon Valley Works – Irvin PlantWest Mifflin, PA

Mon Valley Works is an integrated steelmaking operation that includes four separate facilities: Clairton Plant, Edgar Thomson Plant, Irvin Plant and Fairless Plant.

Irvin Plant, located in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, rolls and treats steel slabs produced at the nearby Edgar Thomson Plant to meet customer specifications. Major sheet products manufactured at the Irvin Plant include hot-rolled, cold-rolled and coated sheet in addition to products for special applications, such as embossed sheet, Vitrenamelsheet, and commercial bright sheet. Sheet products from Mon Valley Works serve customers in the appliance, automotive, metal building, and home construction industries. Mon Valley Works has an annual raw steel production capability of 2.9 million net tons.

United States Steel Corporation
Mon Valley Works
Irvin Plant
Camp Hollow Road
West Mifflin, PA 15122
(412) 675-7459


PRODUCTION FACILITIES

  • 80" Hot Strip Mill
  • 84" and 64" Pickle lines
  • 84" 5-Stand Cold reduction mill
  • Continuous annealing line
  • Batch and open-coil annealing facilities
  • 84" Temper mill
  • 52" Hot-dip galvanizing line
  • 48" Hot-dip galvanizing line

The Pittsburgh Service Center houses the company’s administrative and information technology services, located in Pittsburgh’s South Side neighborhood.

United States Steel Corporation
Pittsburgh Service Center
1509 Muriel Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
(412) 433-1292

Research and Technology CenterMunhall, PA

Today's sophisticated steelmaking processes and cutting-edge solutions reflect more than a century of research and innovation. At U. S. Steel's world-class Research and Technology Center in Munhall, Pennsylvania, academic scientists, leading experts from across the steel industry, and customers come together to apply advanced technology to premier solution development.

Located on a portion of the site once occupied by the company's historic Homestead Works, the state-of-the-art facility is LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified. The building includes a wide array of advanced safety features, technology and energy efficiencies. In addition to traditional laboratory and office space, the bright and open facility houses a multidisciplinary technical library, full microscopy facilities, materials testing laboratories and several development facilities that simulate all aspects of steel production.

United States Steel Corporation
Research & Technology Center
800 East Waterfront Drive
Munhall, PA 15120

UPIPittsburg, CA

UPI, located in Pittsburg, California, was formerly a 50-50 joint venture between U. S. Steel and POSCO of South Korea. U. S. Steel completed the purchase of POSCO-California Corporation (POSCAL)'s 50% partnership interest on February 29, 2020.

UPI produces cold-rolled sheets, galvanized sheets, tin plate and tin-free steel from hot-rolled coils supplied by other U. S. Steel facilities. The facility services sheet and tin mill products customers, principally in the western United States. UPI’s annual production capability is approximately 1.5 million tons.

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P.O. Box 471
Pittsburg, CA 94565
(800) 877-7672

U. S. Steel KošiceKošice, Slovakia

U. S. Steel operates an integrated steelmaking facility in Košice, Slovakia, which has annual raw steel production capability of 5.0 million tons. Principal products include hot-rolled, cold-rolled and coated sheets, tin mill products and spiral welded pipe. USSK also has facilities for manufacturing refractory ceramic materials and has a power plant for internal steam and electricity generation. In addition, the facility has a research laboratory, which, in conjunction with our Research and Technology Center, supports efforts in coke making, electrical steels, design and instrumentation, and ecology.

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U. S. Steel Košice, s.r.o.
Vstupný areál U. S. Steel
044 54 Košice
Slovak Republic
+421 55 673 1111


PRODUCTION FACILITIES

  • Two coke batteries
  • Four sintering strands
  • Three blast furnaces
  • Four steelmaking vessels
  • A vacuum degassing unit
  • Two dual strand casters
  • Hot strip mill
  • Two pickling lines
  • Two cold reduction mills
  • Four annealing facilities
  • Temper mill
  • A temper/double cold reduction mill
  • Three hot dip galvanizing lines
  • Two tin coating lines
  • A dynamo line
  • Color coating line
  • Two spiral welded pipe mills
  • Multiple slitting, cutting and other finishing lines for flat products

U. S. Steel Oilwell Services and Offshore OperationsHouston, TX

U. S. Steel Oilwell Services ensures reliable tubular solutions through the unique ability to service projects from mill to well. At our Offshore Operations facility in Houston, Texas, we offer customers a range of services including full-length threading of pipe with outside diameters from 3-1/2" to 20", premium finishing and processing services and proprietary tubing and casing accessories:. Inspection services include full body ultrasonic, weld line, electromagnetic, visual, dry or wet special-end-area and dye penetration. Pipe storage is available at their secure 150-acre facility, which includes a spacious staging area for rig preparation, well returns and pipe maintenance.

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9518 E. Mount Houston Road
Houston, TX 77050
(281) 458-9944

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U. S. Steel Tubular ProductsSpring, Texas

U. S. Steel Tubular Products® has been serving the energy industry since 1901 as North America's largest fully integrated tubular products manufacturer. Today, we manufacture many different types of steel and have an annual tubular products capacity of 1.9 million net tons. Driven by customer relationships and innovative research, U. S. Steel Tubular Products meets your exacting requirements with value-added personal service.

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460 Wildwood Forest Drive
Suite 300S
Spring, TX 77380
+1(877) 893-9461

Wheeling Machine ProductsPine Bluff, AR and Hughes Springs, TX

The Wheeling Machine Products facility was originally founded by a woodworker-turned-machinist named Ernie Kraus in Wheeling, West Virginia, in 1918. Kraus began as a threaded coupling manufacturer shortly after the end of World War I and quickly elevated his company to the status of a worldwide leader in coupling technology for the petroleum, water well, heating, plumbing and air conditioning markets.

Wheeling Machine Products now supplies couplings and specialized couplings, ranging in size between 2.375” to 20”, used to connect individual sections of oilfield casing and tubing. coupling technology for the petroleum, water well, heating, plumbing and air conditioning markets.

Acquired in 2007, U. S. Steel's Wheeling Machine Products now operates in two locations: Hughes Springs, Texas, and Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

The Hughes Springs, Texas, facility was indefinitely idled in 2020.

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5411 Industrial Drive South
Pine Bluff, AR 71602

Joint Ventures

Chrome Deposit Corporation – Multiple Locations

Chrome Deposit Corporation (CDC), a 50-50 joint venture between U. S. Steel and Court Holdings, reconditions finishing work rolls, which require grinding, chrome plating and/or texturing. The rolls are used on rolling mills to provide superior finishes on steel sheets. CDC has seven locations across the United States, with all locations near major steel plants.

Double G Coatings Company, L. P. – Jackson, MS

U. S. Steelparticipates in Double G Coatings Company, L.P. a 50-50 joint venture (Double G), which operates a hot dip galvanizing and Galvalume® facility located near Jackson, Mississippi, and primarily serves the construction industry.

Double G processes steel supplied by each partner and each partner markets the steel it has processed by Double G. Double G’s annual production capability is approximately 315,000 tons.

Hibbing Taconite – Hibbing, MN

U. S. Steel has a 14.7 percent ownership interest in Hibbing Taconite Company (Hibbing), which is based in Hibbing, Minnesota. Hibbing’s rated annual production capacity is 9.1 million tons of iron ore pellets, of which our share is about 1.3 million tons.

Patriot Premium Threading Services® - Midland, TX

A joint venture between U. S. Steel Oilwell Services and Butch Gilliam Enterprises, Patriot Premium Threading Services™ (Patriot) provides quality connections, repairs, accessories and rig site services to customers across the Permian Basin. The state-of-the-art Midland, Texas, facility features full length threading capabilities from 2-3/8” to 11-3/4”. Patriot Premium Threading Services provides 24/7 on-site service and support for tubular products from U. S. Steel Tubular Products.

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PRO-TEC Coating Company – Leipsic, OH

U. S. Steel and Kobe Steel, Ltd. of Japan participate in a 50-50 joint venture, PRO-TEC Coating Company (PRO-TEC®). PRO-TEC owns and operates two hot dip galvanizing lines and a continuous annealing line (CAL) in Leipsic, Ohio, which primarily serve the automotive industry. PRO-TEC’s annual production capability is approximately 1.7 million tons.

U. S. Steel's domestic production facilities supply PRO-TEC with cold-rolled sheets and U. S. Steel markets all of its products.

PRO-TEC constructed and financed the CAL that began operations during the first quarter of 2013. The CAL produces high strength, lightweight steels that are an integral component in automotive manufacturing as vehicle emission and safety requirements become increasingly stringent.

Construction of a new continuous galvanizing line (CGL) is also underway at the facility. This line, which will utilize a proprietary process, will be capable of coating steel that will help automakers manufacture economically lightweight vehicles to meet increasing fuel efficiency requirements while maintaining exceptionally high safety standards.

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Worthington Specialty Processing – Canton, Jackson and Taylor, MI

U. S. Steel and Worthington Industries, Inc. participate in Worthington Specialty Processing (Worthington), a joint venture with locations in Canton, Jackson and Taylor, Michigan, in which U. S. Steel has a 49 percent interest.

Worthington slits, cuts to length, and presses blanks from steel coils to desired specifications. Worthington’s annual production capability is approximately 890,000 tons.

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FAQs

Was U.S. Steel broken up? ›

Who currently owns U.S. Steel? ›

Our data shows that BlackRock, Inc. is the largest shareholder with 13% of shares outstanding. For context, the second largest shareholder holds about 8.4% of the shares outstanding, followed by an ownership of 4.2% by the third-largest shareholder.

How many U.S. Steel locations are there? ›

United States Steel is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA and has 29 offices located throughout the US.

Is U.S. Steel still around? ›

U.S. Steel Group was spun off from USX in 2002 and again became an independent, publicly traded corporation under its original name, United States Steel Corporation. It acquired the steel-related businesses of National Steel Corporation in 2003.

What is the largest steel mill in the world? ›

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries the world's largest steel mill was the Barrow Hematite Steel Company steelworks located in Barrow-in-Furness, United Kingdom. Today, the world's largest steel mill is in Gwangyang, South Korea.

What is the biggest steel company in the world? ›

ArcelorMittal. The Luxembourg-based steel maker ArcelorMittal is currently the world's largest steel company with over 96.5 million tons of steel produced every year, representing about 5.2% of the world' total steel production. It was formed in 2006 the merger of Arcelor by Indian-owned Mittal Steel.

What is the biggest steel company in the US? ›

Nucor topped the list with more than 22 million tons. U.S. Steel was second with 16.8 million tons. ArcelorMittal USA Inc.

What is U.S. Steel called now? ›

Yesterday's announcement that U.S. Steel was changing its name to the U.S.X. Corporation acknowledged that steel has lost its clout at the company, which to survive has branched out into oil and natural gas production and other operations. Steel, in fact, now accounts for just 31 percent of the company's sales.

Who built the largest steel company in the US? ›

Andrew Carnegie

Is U.S. Steel a good company to work for? ›

Is United States Steel a good company to work for? United States Steel has an overall rating of 3.5 out of 5, based on over 1,091 reviews left anonymously by employees. 63% of employees would recommend working at United States Steel to a friend and 58% have a positive outlook for the business.

Where is most U.S. Steel made? ›

NORTHWEST INDIANA - Indiana continues to lead the nation in steel production. Our partners at The Times of Northwest Indiana report Indiana produced 21.6 million tons of steel in 2020, which is down from 24.7 million the previous year, but accounts for 27% of the nation's steel production.

How many employees does USS have? ›

United States Steel total number of employees in 2021 was 24,540, a 5.1% increase from 2020. United States Steel total number of employees in 2020 was 23,350, a 15.09% decline from 2019. United States Steel total number of employees in 2019 was 27,500, a 5.17% decline from 2018.

Why is US Steel stock falling? ›

Steel Stocks Are Falling Because Inflation Might Be Too Much of a Good Thing. Steel stocks took it on the chin Tuesday.

What caused the collapse of the US steel industry? ›

From 1974 to 1986, the American steel industry was mired in a deep depression. The primary cause was the ten-year economic downturn sparked by the OPEC oil embargo and the Iranian revolution. During these recessions consumer markets contracted significantly and demand for steel weakened considerably.

Where will US steel build new mill? ›

State, county, and local officials, along with key business partners Entergy and BNSF, joined U. S. Steel President & CEO David B. Burritt to celebrate this transformative investment. “Last month, we announced that U. S. Steel would build a new state-of-the-art mill in Osceola,” Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson said.

Which steel is best in world? ›

Its annual production capacity is 31.9 million tons of iron, 39.2 million tons of steel and 37.2 million tons of rolled products.
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Which country has the best steel in the world? ›

South Korea's economic growth has been greatly aided by the steel market, and it is ranked first for countries using the most steel per capita (1,113.6 kilograms). POSCO has been a crucial part of this growth, placing in the international rankings for top steel-producing countries.

Who sells the most steel? ›

United States — 86.0. Russia — 76.0 (estimated) South Korea — 70.6. Turkey — 40.4.

What city produces the most steel? ›

Pittsburgh, United States, is the largest steel-producing city in the world. Jamshedpur, India, is the second-largest steel producing city in the world. Bhilai, India, has the largest steel plant in Asia. Bokaro Steel City, India, has Asia's second-largest steel plant.

Where does US get steel? ›

The majority of United States' imports of semi-finished steel came from Brazil in 2019, at 61 percent (4.3 million metric tons). Mexico and Russia were also major sources of semi-finished steel at 21 percent (1.5 million metric tons), and 10 percent (737 thousand metric tons), respectively.

Which country is the largest exporter of steel? ›

Exports In 2020 the top exporters of Iron and steel were China ($33.8B), Japan ($23.4B), Germany ($22B), South Korea ($20.4B), and Russia ($16.2B). Imports In 2020 the top importers of Iron and steel were China ($34.4B), Germany ($20.5B), United States ($18.7B), Italy ($14.2B), and Turkey ($14B).

What state has the most steel? ›

Which state produces the most steel? Vice President Mike Pence's home state of Indiana is the highest producer of steel in the U.S., according to the Indianapolis Star.

Which state is famous for steel? ›

Above information shows that Jamshedpur is famous for the iron and steel industry. It is located in the State of Bihar. Which is presently in Jharkhand.

How many union employees does U.S. Steel have? ›

We are the United Steelworkers, North America's largest industrial union. We're 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. We proudly represent men and women who work in nearly every industry there is.

Is U.S. Steel a Fortune 500 company? ›

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Where is U.S. Steel headquarters? ›

Is steel still made in Cleveland? ›

In 1994, with 2 integrated steel mills (at Cleveland and Indiana Harbor, IN), Cleveland's only remaining integrated producer ranked as the nation's 3rd-largest steelmaker and 2nd-largest producer of flat-rolled steel.

Who created the first billion dollar company in the US? ›

In 1901, banker John Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913) purchased Carnegie Steel for some $480 million, making Andrew Carnegie one of the world's richest men. That same year, Morgan merged Carnegie Steel with a group of other steel businesses to form U.S. Steel, the world's first billion-dollar corporation.

Does US Steel randomly drug test? ›

Are drug tests performed on site? Yes. Upon employment and random tests are possible though uncommon. Alcohol and drug testing are mandatory if involved...

What is it like to work at a steel mill? ›

The work is hard and dirty -- so dirty that houses in gritty steel towns once had separate basement entrances so workers could rinse off there before entering their living rooms. Making steel used to require gangs of men at each stage of the process; on weekends, the same groups fielded softball teams.

Is US Steel a monopoly? ›

To date, the most famous United States monopolies, known largely for their historical significance, are Andrew Carnegie's Steel Company (now U.S. Steel), John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil Company, and the American Tobacco Company.

Is U.S. Steel still in Gary Indiana? ›

Gary Works, U. S. Steel's largest manufacturing plant, is situated on the south shore of Lake Michigan in Gary, Indiana. Comprised of both steelmaking and finishing facilities, Gary Works has an annual raw steelmaking capability of 7.5 million net tons.

Where does the US get its rubber? ›

United States imports Rubber primarily from: Indonesia ($686M), Thailand ($277M), Cote d'Ivoire ($78.9M), Liberia ($43.4M), and Vietnam ($40.6M). The fastest growing import markets in Rubber for United States between 2019 and 2020 were Cameroon ($3.44M), India ($2.37M), and Canada ($1.53M).

How big is the US steel market? ›

The U.S. steel merchant and rebar market size was valued at USD 9.4 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.2% from 2020 to 2027.

How many steel mills does U.S. Steel own? ›

In 2017, there were 9 operating integrated steel mills in the United States (plus one idled), down from 13 in 2000.

What products does U.S. Steel make? ›

OVERVIEW. United States Steel produces a variety of steel products, including sheet steel, steel plate, and tubular steel.

How many blast furnaces does U.S. Steel have? ›

Four blast furnaces. Three top-blown basic oxygen process (BOP) vessels.

Is US Steel a good buy? ›

Zacks' proprietary data indicates that United States Steel Corporation is currently rated as a Zacks Rank 3 and we are expecting an inline return from the X shares relative to the market in the next few months.

Is US Steel a good stock to buy now? ›

In aggregate, United States Steel currently has a Value Score of A, putting it into the top 20% of all stocks we cover from this look. This makes United States Steel a solid choice for value investors, and some of its other key metrics make this pretty clear too.

Will United States Steel stock go up? ›

On average, Wall Street analysts predict that United States Steel's share price could reach $27.07 by Aug 1, 2023. The average United States Steel stock price prediction forecasts a potential upside of 4.76% from the current X share price of $25.84.

How much steel does US import from Russia? ›

CharacteristicImports in million U.S. dollars
Russia1,104.88
China717.74
Netherlands607.74
Other countries7,465.79
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Apr 12, 2022

How much is U.S. steel debt? ›

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United States Steel Debt/Equity Ratio Historical Data
DateLong Term DebtShareholder's Equity
2020-03-31$8.64B$3.73B
2019-12-31$7.52B$4.09B
2019-09-30$6.72B$4.20B
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Does Pittsburgh still have steel mills? ›

Once the center of the American steel industry, and still known as "The Steel City", today the city of Pittsburgh has no steel mills within its limits, though Pittsburgh-based companies such as US Steel, Ampco Pittsburgh and Allegheny Technologies own several working mills in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area.

Does Nucor own US Steel? ›

Nucor Corporation is an American producer of steel and related products based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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Nucor.
TypePublic
ProductsSteel Rebar
RevenueUS$20.139 billion (2020)
Operating incomeUS$835 million (2020)
Net incomeUS$721 million (2020)
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Where is US Steel Building in Arkansas? ›

The new mini mill in Osceola, Arkansas, will produce up to 3 million tons of raw steel a year by 2024, the company says. U.S. Steel Corp. announced January 11 that it would build its latest steel mill in Osceola, Arkansas, close to the company's existing Big River Steel mill.

How big is the steel industry? ›

Economic. The U.S. iron and steel industry and ferrous foundries produced goods valued at an estimated $103 billion in 2011. The U.S. steel industry accounted for 6% of global crude steel production and provided over 95 million short tons of crude steel in 2011.

What happened to the US steel industry? ›

Steel production in the United States peaked at 111.4 million tons in 1973, and declined slightly to 97.9 million tons in 1978. By 1984, steel production collapsed to just 70 million tons. The next peak was not reached until 2000, when 100 million tons was produced, before falling to just 86 million tons in 2014.

What caused the decline of U.S. Steel? ›

From 1974 to 1986, the American steel industry was mired in a deep depression. The primary cause was the ten-year economic downturn sparked by the OPEC oil embargo and the Iranian revolution. During these recessions consumer markets contracted significantly and demand for steel weakened considerably.

What is U.S. Steel called now? ›

Yesterday's announcement that U.S. Steel was changing its name to the U.S.X. Corporation acknowledged that steel has lost its clout at the company, which to survive has branched out into oil and natural gas production and other operations. Steel, in fact, now accounts for just 31 percent of the company's sales.

Where is most U.S. Steel made? ›

NORTHWEST INDIANA - Indiana continues to lead the nation in steel production. Our partners at The Times of Northwest Indiana report Indiana produced 21.6 million tons of steel in 2020, which is down from 24.7 million the previous year, but accounts for 27% of the nation's steel production.

Who is the largest steel producer in the United States? ›

The rankings by the magazine, its first in recent years, track which company produces the most steel on American soil. Nucor topped the list with more than 22 million tons.

What country produces the most steel? ›

Top 10 steel-producing countries

China produced 99.5 Mt in May 2021, up 6.6% on May 2020. India produced 9.2 Mt, up 46.9%. Japan produced 8.4 Mt, up 42.2%. The United States produced 7.2 Mt, up 47.6%.

Is any steel made in USA? ›

These days, the American steel industry looks a bit different. In fact, the U.S. is now the third largest producer of steel behind China and Japan, and produces about 29 million metric tons of steel each year, largely from iron and scrap steel rather than straight iron ore.

How much steel does US import from Russia? ›

CharacteristicImports in million U.S. dollars
Russia1,104.88
China717.74
Netherlands607.74
Other countries7,465.79
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Apr 12, 2022

Does Pittsburgh still have steel mills? ›

Once the center of the American steel industry, and still known as "The Steel City", today the city of Pittsburgh has no steel mills within its limits, though Pittsburgh-based companies such as US Steel, Ampco Pittsburgh and Allegheny Technologies own several working mills in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area.

Does the UK still make steel? ›

In 2019, the UK produced 7 million tonnes of steel; China produced 996 million tonnes. The EU produced 157 million tonnes of steel in 2019, 8% of the world total. The UK (then still an EU member state) was the eighth largest steel producer in the EU, after Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Poland, Belgium and Austria.

Who owned the largest steel company in America? ›

The company was formed in 1892 and was subsequently sold in 1901 in one of the largest business transactions of the early 20th century, to become the major component of U.S. Steel.
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Carnegie Steel Company.
TypePartnership
FounderAndrew Carnegie
DefunctMarch 2, 1901
SuccessorU.S. Steel
HeadquartersPittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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How many union employees does U.S. Steel have? ›

We are the United Steelworkers, North America's largest industrial union. We're 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. We proudly represent men and women who work in nearly every industry there is.

Where will U.S. Steel build new mill? ›

State, county, and local officials, along with key business partners Entergy and BNSF, joined U. S. Steel President & CEO David B. Burritt to celebrate this transformative investment. “Last month, we announced that U. S. Steel would build a new state-of-the-art mill in Osceola,” Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson said.

Is U.S. Steel still in Gary Indiana? ›

Gary Works, U. S. Steel's largest manufacturing plant, is situated on the south shore of Lake Michigan in Gary, Indiana. Comprised of both steelmaking and finishing facilities, Gary Works has an annual raw steelmaking capability of 7.5 million net tons.

Where does the US get its rubber? ›

United States imports Rubber primarily from: Indonesia ($686M), Thailand ($277M), Cote d'Ivoire ($78.9M), Liberia ($43.4M), and Vietnam ($40.6M). The fastest growing import markets in Rubber for United States between 2019 and 2020 were Cameroon ($3.44M), India ($2.37M), and Canada ($1.53M).

What state has the most steel? ›

Which state produces the most steel? Vice President Mike Pence's home state of Indiana is the highest producer of steel in the U.S., according to the Indianapolis Star.

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