Our investments and projects
Every year, ArcelorMittal invests millions of dollars in improving its facilities and updating equipment to facilitate employees’ jobs and enhance customer satisfaction.
After replacing the finishing line at our Longueuil bar mill in 2017 at a cost of $27 million, in 2018 we announced new investments at our Contrecoeur-East and Contrecoeur-West complexes that will boost their productivity and reduce their environmental footprint.
In addition, the company is meeting the Industry 4.0 challenge by introducing technologies that enhance quality, occupational health and safety and our operating efficiency. Even though steel has existed for centuries, continuous improvement and innovation lie at the heart of our processes and products. Today’s employees are working on the steel of tomorrow.
ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada is the world’s largest manufacturer of steel for leaf springs built into the main brands of vans and class 8 trucks.
Our steel is an essential component in many major local sports facilities, including the Bell Centre in Montreal and the new Centre Vidéotron in Quebec City.
Rebar from ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada mills was also used in the Hibernia and Hebron oil platforms, meeting stringent physical and test standards.
Canadian symbols like the Montreal metro, the new Champlain Bridge and the Atlantic provinces’ Confederation Bridge were built with our rebar.