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The USS St. Louis (LCS 19) is the latest littoral combat ship built with ArcelorMittal plate by Lockheed Martin and ArcelorMittal customer Fincantieri Marinette Marine. The ship recently completed its acceptance trials in Lake Michigan and is expected to be commissioned and become part of the U.S. Navy fleet this spring. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)

Navy’s USS St. Louis ready for duty, made with our steel!

February 14, 2020

The next U.S. Navy littoral combat ship – the USS St. Louis (LCS 19) – recently completed the necessary acceptance trials in preparation for its upcoming commissioning. ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor and ArcelorMittal Conshohocken provided shipbuilding and military-grade plate products for the production of the ship.

Keep Steel Jobs in the U.S., Make China Play by Our Rules

January 31, 2020

Written by: Roger Newport, CEO of AK Steel Corporation and Chairman of the American Iron and Steel Institute; Cristobal Fuentes, President and CEO of North American Stainless; and, Olli-Matti Saksi, President of Outokumpu Stainless USA.

Cleveland employees recognized for simple, low-cost energy-saving projects through ‘Power of 1’

January 28, 2020

For the past several years, ArcelorMittal Cleveland’s energy team has hosted the “Power of 1” energy innovation contest, encouraging employees to propose no- and low-cost ideas to conserve energy at the plant. The winning ideas from three employee teams will save hundreds of thousands of dollars in energy costs.

Nucor and its workers’ giant gift for West Seattle Food Bank

December 18, 2019

Every holiday season Nucor Steel donates food and money to the local West Seattle Food Bank. This year, after an internal competition, they donated over 9,500 pounds of food. After the company committed to matching the donations, an additional $22,442 was donated to the facility.

DTE energizes North End neighborhood through investment and beautification

December 3, 2019

The North End neighborhood is getting back to its roots thanks to the commitment of neighbors, nonprofits, and businesses like DTE Energy, working directly with North End leaders and community members.

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