ELLWOOD STEEL BELGIUM, SERAING

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The steel mill in Liege, Belgium was founded in 1911 under the name S.A. des Usines à Tubes de la Meuse. The 70 ton electric arc furnace and the world’s largest round strand caster were built in 1972 by Cockerill to provide blooms for the Tubemeuse Pilger rolling mill across the river. It was later taken over by Cockerill and went bancrupt in 1988. The mill carried on under the name New Tubemeuse until it filed bancruptcy again in 1993. The tube rolling facilities were closed down this time and the melt shop was sold to the Ellwood Steel company from Pennsylvania.
In 2009 the German GMH group bought the site.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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