Report summaryThe Jacksonville plant started up in 1976, although a new EAF melt shop was installed in 2007 at an estimated cost of US$60 million. The Jacksonville plant produced 0.5 million tonnes of finished steel last year, split two-thirds rebar and one-third wire rod (80% medium/high carbon and 20% low carbon). Obsolete scrap accounts for most of the metallic charge aside from 3% home generated scrap. No pig iron or HBI is used. 325 employees are on-site which includes coverage for...
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