ArcelorMittal Idles Cleveland Works

March 6, 2009
Remaining rolling and finishing operations victim of 'extraordinary economic environment'

ArcelorMittal USA has halted production at its Cleveland Works, leaving an estimated 1,200 hourly and salaried workers unemployed. A skeleton crew of maintenance and safety personnel will remain on site. The United Steelworkers of America report that the 1,800 of its members were employed there through last summer.

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