Ohio in the running for $2.7 billion sheet mill

Nucor, a steelmaker based in Charlotte, North Carolina, has named Ohio as one of three possible sites for a $2.7 billion sheet mill, Crain’s Cleveland reports. The company is also looking at locations in Pennsylvania and West Virginia for the mill that will “have the capacity to produce 3 million tons of steel annually,” according to the article. The mill will be geographically positioned “to serve customers in the Midwest and Northeast markets and will have a significantly lower carbon footprint than nearby competitors.” For more, read the full article (subscription may be required). 

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