Report summaryProduction began on the Scunthorpe site in 1939 with two blast furnaces, with two more added in 1954. The plant currently produces medium sections, wire rod and plate for the construction, shipbuilding, oil and gas, automotive and machinery sectors. Since 2007 the plant has also been producing rail. Scunthorpe was originally a British Steel plant. British Steel merged with a Dutch company Koninklijke Hoogovens in 2001 to create Corus, which was in turn bought by Tata Steel in October...
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