Showing posts with label ArcelorMittal. Show all posts
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February 17, 2012

Refractory Job with ArcelorMittal | Process Manager – Raw Materials and Refractory in ArcelorMittal, Ohio | Vacancy in USA

Process Manager – Raw Materials and Refractory
About the Company
ArcelorMittal is the world's leading integrated steel and mining company, with a presence in more than 60 countries. With operations in over 22 countries spanning four continents, ArcelorMittal covers all of the key industrial markets, from emerging to mature. To know please visit: ArcelorMittal Worldwide
Job (Position)
“Process Manager – Raw Materials and Refractory” in ArcelorMittal Steel Producing Division in Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
About the Job
  • The Raw Materials and Refractory Process Manager position is responsible for supervising hourly Ladle Liners, and Ladle preparation to support the Steelmaking operation at #2 SPO BOF Shop, Steel Producing Division in Cleveland, Ohio. . 
  • This job would also entail supervising the Raw Material handling employees, while facilitating a safe and productive work environment at the BOF.
  • He or she shall be comfortable in a union atmosphere and able to prioritize and direct union personnel.
  • The Raw Materials and Refractory Supervisor - #2 SPO shall be self-directed, customer focused, flexible and willing to work in a team environment, with a most critical focus on providing the tools, training, and support for a safe work environment.
  • This individual is responsible for instructing and developing indirect reports.
  • He or she shall be responsible for directing some maintenance activities to support a reliable operation.
  • The incumbent is also responsible for ordering raw materials needed to support the 2 SPO operation, including alloys, powders, and fluxes needed in the processing and casting of steel.
  • Additional responsibilities include trouble shooting, supporting continuous improvement activities, working with outside contractors/vendors, and communicating key performance measures to his/her Supervisor. 
  • This position strives to improve reliability across Steel Producing in an effort to decrease cost, improve production, and help meet customer needs according to ArcelorMittal policies.
Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
Eligibilities | Expectations
B. Tech with minimum 5 years of related work experience including 3 years of operations supervisory experience in an industrial environment, preferably in a union facility and familiar with MS Word, Excel, and Outlook. However, preference will be given to those with around 7 years of experience in an industrial environment, preferably another steel plant operation in a similar role, with 5 years in a supervisory role in operations.
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July 2, 2011

ArcelorMittal Starts Land Purchase in Karnataka

The largest steel company ArcelorMittal-maker has made some progress on its projects in India, especially in Karnataka (India), where it intends to establish a mini steel plant with a capacity of about 3 MT (million tonnes) a year, a senior official of the company said. "There is some progress... land acquisition has started, licensing process for water is on... so there has been small progress... We are moving ahead step by step and taking smaller steps," a Member of ArcelorMittal's Group Management Board and the Head of its Long Carbon Products division, Michel Wurth, told PTI. He, however, declined to comment on the amount of land ArcelorMittal has acquired till date here.
In its quest to establish a steel plant in India, the world's leading manufacturer of steel is now to invest in Karnataka, where the company intends to set up a 6 MTpa steel plant in two phases with a captive 750 MW power plant at an estimated investment of INR 30,000 crore (approximately 6.5 billion USD). ".... More than 4,000 acres of land has already been acquired by the Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board (KIADB), while we need about 4,500 acres of land. We are waiting to get the possession," a senior company official said.
Steel Melting Shop imageHowever, it has not been a smooth journey so far for ArcelorMittal's investment plans for two steel mills of 12-mtpa capacity in Jharkhand and Orissa. The main problems for these projects, which were earlier planned for an estimated investment of more than $ 10 million each, are land acquisition and regulatory hurdles. Even the company had to shift once its site of the proposed project to Bokaro, in Jharkhand, from Khunti-Gumla.
"You should ask Indian authorities... We want to invest, but the process is extremely lengthy," Wurth said when asked about the proposed 12-mtpa steel mills of the company in Jharkhand and Orissa. He added, "At the beginning, we thought of having big projects, but it is extremely difficult to get all authorizations at one place. Now we are focusing on smaller projects in different states... The progress is not the way as we would have liked."
According to ArcelorMittal's annual report for 2010, instead of going for single big projects the company has now shifted its focus on the creation of small plants in the country with an estimated investment of 1.5 billion - 3.0 billion USD each. As the report says the company had to change its earlier decision mainly because of the implementation challenges associated with large greenfield projects in India.

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August 10, 2010

Baoshan Iron and Steel Co Ltd (Baosteel) becomes world's 2nd largest Steel Mill while its 2009 Net Profit dips 26%

The latest report released by the World Steel Association (WSA) on the steel industry showed that in 2009, the output of China's Baoshan Iron and Steel Co Ltd (Baosteel) Group Corporation reached 31.3 million tons, making the company the world's second largest steel enterprise, only behind the US's Arcelor Mittal. The report showed that Arcelor Mittal's output in 2009 reached 77.50 million tons. South Korea's Pohang Iron and Steel Company (POSCO) ranked in the third position with an output of 31.1 million tons.
The report also showed that China's steel output in 2009 reached 568 million tons, topping in the world, followed by Japan, India, Russia and the US. 
Baoshan Iron and Steel Co Ltd (Baosteel), a major Chinese steelmaker, earlier in April’10 reported revenue of 148.53 billion yuan ($21.76 billion) and a net profit of 5.816 billion yuan in 2009, down 25.97 percent and 9.95 percent respectively year-on-year.
According to its annual report, in the first half of 2009, the State-owned company turned out a net profit of 669 million yuan, only 11.5 percent of its whole year profit. The market boom in the auto and home appliance sectors contributed significantly to the profit growth in the second half, said analysts.