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Calvert plant poised for improved profitability under new ArcelorMittal/NSSMC ownership

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In December 2013 ThyssenKrupp agreed to the sale of its troubled Alabama steel plant for US$1.55 billion to a joint venture formed by ArcelorMittal and Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation. In this insight we examine how the profitability of the plant could increase by up to 50% under the new ownership as Calvert takes advantage of the opportunity to source lower cost slab from ArcelorMittal s Lazaro Cardenas plant.

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    ThyssenKrupp divests Alabama facility to AM/NSSMC JV for US$1.5B

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  • Calvert plant poised for improved profitability under new ArcelorMittal/NSSMC ownership: Image 1
  • Total cash costs - Brazilian slab production, 2013
  • Calvert plant poised for improved profitability under new ArcelorMittal/NSSMC ownership: Image 3

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  • Calvert plant poised for improved profitability under new ArcelorMittal/NSSMC ownership: Table 4
  • Calvert plant poised for improved profitability under new ArcelorMittal/NSSMC ownership: Table 1
  • Hot rolled coil production costs - Lazaro Cardenas slab shipped to Calvert
  • Hot rolled coil production costs - Lazaro Cardenas/CSA slab shipped to Calvert

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