International Steel Group
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|Predecessor||LTV Steel, Bethlehem Steel|
|Headquarters||Cleveland, Ohio, United States|
International Steel Group (ISG) was an American steel company, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio which was established by the New York investment firm WL Ross & Co. In 2002 WL Ross & Co. LLC acquired the assets of bankrupt steel companies and rolled them into ISG.
It acquired what was left of the remaining assets of the dissolved Bethlehem Steel, formerly America's second-largest steel producer. Bethlehem Steel did not merge with/into International Steel Group.
- 2002: ISG purchased the assets of Acme Steel, and the integrated steel assets of LTV in February.
- 2003: ISG acquired the Bethlehem Steel Corporation assets, and the Gary plate mill of U.S. Steel.
- 2004: ISG purchased the assets of Weirton Steel, Georgetown Steel, and an HBI facility in Trinidad and Tobago.
- 2005: Completed merger with Mittal Steel Company in April.
- 2006: Mittal completed takeover of Arcelor, to form ArcelorMittal.
- Official archived International Steel Group website — Intlsteel.com, via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.
- ArcelorMittal S.A. corporate website
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