Report summaryTeesside is a large integrated slab producer in the North of England, which was originally a British Steel plant. In 2001, British Steel merged with a Dutch company, Koninklijke Hoogovens, to create Corus, which was in turn bought by Tata Steel in October 2006. Tata Steel idled the Teesside blast furnace on 19 February 2010, and the plant was sold to Sahaviriya Steel Industries (SSI) on 24 February 2011 for US$469 million (£320 million). The decision to idle Teesside blast furnace was...
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