ArcelorMittal CEO John Brett explains the benefits of the new contract and the role it plays in helping us achieve future sustainability for the company.
ArcelorMittal won American Metal Market Steel Excellence Awards for “Best Innovation – Product” and “Corporate Advocate of the Year”
ArcelorMittal applauds both the ITC and the U.S. Department of Commerce for their final determinations.
We're partnering with the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago to create a talented pipeline of scientists and engineers for tomorrow.
ArcelorMittal in the United States
ArcelorMittal USA is part of ArcelorMittal, the world’s leading steel and mining company. Guided by a philosophy to produce safe, sustainable steel, we are a leading supplier of quality steel products in major North American markets including automotive, construction, pipe and tube, appliance, container and machinery. In the United States, ArcelorMittal employs about 20,000 people at 27 operations.
Where we are
In the United States, ArcelorMittal facilities, offices and joint venture partnerships can be found in 14 states and the District of Columbia. Learn more >
Additional automotive business awarded to ArcelorMittal USA facilities with solid customer service >
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Making a case for diversity
GM awards ArcelorMittal with prestigious diversity supplier recognition
ArcelorMittal celebrates National Volunteers Week
No LTIs remain critical on our Journey to Zero
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Going green 365 days a year
Real-life ‘Rosie the Riveter’ inspires today’s women in steel
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