Severstal North America
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Severstal North America was a subsidiary of the Russian Severstal Group which operated an integrated steel mill located at the Rouge Complex in Dearborn, Michigan. The Severstal Dearborn facility was formerly known as Rouge Steel, and is now known as AK Steel Dearborn Works.
Severstal North American also once operated a mini-mill, Severstal Columbus in Columbus, Mississippi, which was sold to Steel Dynamics.
Severstal N.A. also did business with smaller steel companies in the Detroit area. Some of those companies were Caine Steel of Michigan, New Technologies, and Continental Steel Corporation. These companies distribute steel throughout the region.
In a column in the March–April 2012 issue of UAW Local 600 Facts it is mentioned that the Severstal Dearborn Pickle Line Tandem Cold Mill is able to produce Advanced High-Strength Steel which is growing in use by the automotive industry.
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