Cleveland-Cliffs' Cleveland, Ohio plant produces a range of flat products, including hot rolled coil, cold rolled coil and galvanised sheets. On 28 September 2020 Cleveland-Cliffs and ArcelorMittal USA entered into a definitive agreement whereby the former acquired almost all of ArcelorMittal’s operations in the US for approximately US$1.4 billion. Cleveland was included in the transaction. In early April 2020, still under ArcelorMittal's onwership, Cleveland closed its blast furnace #6 as a result of weak demand from automotive plants following the coronavirus crisis. The Cleveland plant is an all-pellet burden operation. We have assumed that the entire burden is comprised of acid pellets sourced from Cleveland-Cliffs' Northshore pellet plant in Minnesota.