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About this Location

The Cleveland-Cliffs facility in New Carlisle, Indiana, receives substantially all its feedstock from Cleveland-Cliffs’ facilities in Indiana Harbor and Burns Harbor via daily unit trains.

The operation is a continuous, cold-rolling plant that produces steel sheet of unmatched quality and consistency. The operation enables the combination of five processes that take 12 days or more to perform via traditional batch methods. By welding coils end-to-end, the plant can run them continuously through these processes – pickling, tandem-rolling, annealing, temper-rolling and inspection – in less than a day.

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Production Facilities
  • Continuous Descale Cold Mill (CDCM): continuous pickle line, tandem mill
  • Continuous Annealing Process Line (CAPL): anneal line, temper mill, online inspections
  • Cold-rolled sheet and annealed sheet
  • Hot-dipped galvanized and galvannealed sheet
  • Electrogalvanized coil
Markets Served
  • Automotive
  • Appliance