The ArcelorMittal LaPlace mini-mill is nestled alongside the Mississippi River in LaPlace, Louisiana, 35 miles northwest of New Orleans. Its deepwater dock can accommodate ships with a 45-foot draft and multiple barges. Formerly operated under Bayou Steel Corporation, the facility has served the light structural shapes, merchant bar and rebar markets for more than 30 years. The facility produces billets, equal leg angles, unequal leg angles, flats and channels, as well as standard and wide-flange beams.
ArcelorMittal—Los Angeles (California)
Rebar, flats, angles, channel, and beams
A36, A70936, ABSA, A3644W, A70950 (T1 & T2), ABSAH36, A3652950, A70950W, MILS 22698B1, A52950, A52955, A615 Gr 40, A57250 (T1 & T2), A57260, A615 Gr 60, A588 (A & B), A57265
Rebar: #4 to #11 (cut-length only); flats: 6.35–38.1mm thick x 101.6–203.2mm wide (1/4–1-1/2" thick x 4–8" wide); angles: 50.8 x 50.8 to 203.2 x 101.6mm (2 x 2 through 8 x 4"); beams: 101.6–152.4mm (4–6"); channels: 76.2–304.8mm (3–12")
Merchant bar quality (MBQ)
LaPlace: ISO 9001; ISO 14001