ArcelorMittal Columbus includes a hot-dip galvanizing facility in Columbus, Ohio, and a processing facility in nearby Obetz, Ohio.
The central Ohio locations provide good shipping access with excellent highway and rail transport. Two zinc pots enable the transition between coatings to be accomplished in a timely manner while allowing for longer exposed runs. The plant produces hot-dip galvanized sheet using cold-rolled coils supplied by other ArcelorMittal facilities and is capable of coating 450,000 tons annually.
Operations manager: Pat Wallace
Union representation: United Steelworkers Local 9309, Randy Wade, president (Columbus); United Steelworkers Local 2342-01, Al Caldwell, unit chairperson (Obetz)
Hourly employees: 99
Salaried employees: 40
Acreage: Columbus 75.5; Obetz 12.6
Products made: Hot-dipped galvanized sheet
Markets served: Automotive
Production facilities: 72" hot-dip coating line, galvanneal furnace, in-line temper mill, two rewind lines
1800 Watkins Rd
Columbus, OH 43207
T +1 614 492 6800