Offering a variety of high-quality steel products and proprietary grades, the ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor plant is well-situated on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. Its wide range of quality products and grades are mainly used in automotive, cold-finished and fastener applications. Originally founded in 1901 by the Inland Steel Company, the facility features a shoreline location which enables it to take in steelmaking commodities, such as iron ore, coal and limestone, by lake freighter.
Rounds (cut-length, Gerrett coil and Stelmor coil); hexagons (cut-length and Gerrett coil)
10XX, 11XX, 1215, 12L14/Ledloy
Round coil: 9.5–46mm (3/8–1-13/16"); round cut-length 26.9-84.1mm (1-1/16–3-5/16"); hex coil: 20.6–36.5mm (3/4–1-7/16"); hex cut-length: 26.9–59mm (1-1/16–2-5/16")
Special bar quality (SBQ), forging quality, cold heading quality
ISO/TS 16949; A2LA
Indiana Harbor Long Carbon
East Chicago, Indiana