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U.S. Steel Plans New U.S. Mill as Prices Surge

The steelmaker said it aims to put the new sheet-steel mill into production in 2024 to capture demand from a rebounding manufacturing sector.

9/17/2021 3:33:00 AM

United States Steel said it plans to build a new steel mill in the U.S. starting next year, as the company chases rising demand from a rebounding manufacturing sector

The steelmaker said it aims to put the new sheet-steel mill into production in 2024 to capture demand from a rebounding manufacturing sector.

Sept. 16, 2021 5:25 pm ETUnited States Steel Corp. said it plans to begin construction of a new steel mill in the U.S. next year, as the company chases rising demand from a rebounding manufacturing sector.The Pittsburgh-based company said Thursday the new mill will have the capacity to produce three million tons of sheet steel annually, boosting its sheet-steel capacity by about 20% and helping to alleviate tight supplies of steel in the domestic market. The U.S. Steel mill would increase new production capacity under construction or planned in the U.S. to about 12 million tons annually, or almost 21% of sheet-steel consumption in 2019.

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10 năm sau khi nào cưới em sẽ quay lại hhhh :3 We need to produce steel in America. good luck

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