Cleveland-Cliffs Enters the Scrap Business and Announces Acquisition

About this Location

Coatesville is a steel plate production facility located in Coatesville, Pennsylvania, approximately 40 miles west of Philadelphia. This strategic location in eastern Pennsylvania allows for good highway and railroad access. The plant produces steel from scrap in an electric arc furnace (EAF) and can produce approximately 800,000 tons of raw steel annually. The Coatesville facility refines more than 450 different steel chemistries and, together with the Conshohocken facility located just 33 miles away, produces some of the widest, thickest and heaviest steel plates in the industry.

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Production Facilities
  • Electric arc furnace
  • Bottom poured ingot
  • Slab caster
  • Two plate mills
  • Heat treat facilities
  • Quench and temper
  • Flame-cut shape facilities
Products
  • Carbon
  • High-strength low-alloy (HSLA)
  • Commercial alloy
  • Military alloy
  • Flame-cut steel plate
Markets Served
  • Aircraft and aerospace
  • Construction
  • Distribution
  • Energy
  • Heavy equipment
  • Military
  • Mold and tool
  • Shipbuilding