Burns Harbor

Burns Harbor

ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor

ArcelorMittal's second largest USA facility, Burns Harbor, is a fully integrated steelmaking facility located on Lake Michigan in Northwest Indiana, 50 miles southeast of Chicago. 

The location allows for prime shipping access to the Port of Indiana, as well as excellent highway and railroad transport. It is the only steelmaking facility in the U.S. that is bordered on two sides by a national park. The plant operates two blast furnaces and is capable of producing five million tons of raw steel annually. Burns Harbor primarily serves the automotive industry. Other key markets include appliance, automotive, construction, converters, distribution and pipe and tube. Principal products made at this location are hot-rolled sheet, cold-rolled sheet, hot-dipped galvanized sheet

Vice president and general manager: John Mengel

Union representation: United Steelworkers Local 6787, Pete Trinidad, president

Hourly employees: 2,771

Salaried employees: 570

Acreage: 950 

Products made: Hot-rolled sheet, cold-rolled sheet, hot-dipped galvanized sheet

Markets served: Appliance, automotive, construction, converters, distribution, pipe and tube

Principal production facilities: Two coke plant operations, blast furnaces – C and D, sinter plant, three basic oxygen furnaces, two continuous casters, 80" hot strip mill, finishing operations (picklers, tandem mill, continuous and batch anneal, temper mill, hot-dip coating line)

Contact: 
ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor
250 W. U.S. Highway 12
Burns Harbor, IN 46304-9745
T +1 219 787 2120