Mittal Steel, Cleveland, operates two blast furnaces at its facility on the
Cuyahoga River, and can produce up to 3.8 million tons of raw steel annually.
Mittal Steel, Cleveland, June 23 2006, Image 06-6221
The Cleveland facility makes hot-rolled, cold-rolled full-hard, cold-rolled
full-finished, electro-galvanized sheet and semi-finished (slabs).
Mittal Steel, Cleveland, June 23 2006, Image 06-6343
Mittal Steel consists largely of the former Republic and LTV Steel mills.
Mittal Steel, Cleveland, June 23, 2006, Image 06-6235
On the west side of the river is former Jones & Laughlin Steel mill, originally founded in 1914 as Otis Steel.
Mittal Steel, June 23, 2006, Image 06-6395
A complex network of pipes support framework is typical at a steel mill.
Mittal Steel, Cleveland, June 23, 2006, Image 06-6027
Raw minerals are stockpiled for the blast furnaces. Overhead cranes load mixes of the minerals throughout the day.
Mittal Steel, Cleveland, June 23, 2006, Image 06-6046
unloading taconite at Mittal's Upper Dock. The facility can hold 750,000 tons of taconite,
and uses appoximately 12,000 tons of pellets per day.Mittal Steel, Cleveland, June 24, 2006, Image 06-6408
unloading at night, Mittal Steel upper dock. The American Republic
to honor a business partnershp between
the American Steamship Company, and the former Republic Steel Company.
Cleveland, June 21, 2006, Image 06-5856