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Indiana Harbor,

Ind.: see East ChicagoEast Chicago,
city (1990 pop. 33,892), Lake co., extreme NW Ind., on Lake Michigan, in the industrialized Calumet region, adjoining Gary, Hammond, and Whiting; inc. 1889.
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com) Indiana Harbor complex in East Chicago, Indiana, is the largest integrated steelmaking facility in North America, and the steel maker is continuing to make investments in the mammoth facility, on the order of more than $200-million.
The 322-acre Superfund site covered by the disaster emergency is bounded by East Chicago Avenue on the north, East 151st Street on the South, the Indiana Harbor Canal on the west, and Parrish Avenue on the east.
Hardesty will assume responsibility for the international coke business and Dovie Majors, director of performance improvement and interim general manager at Indiana Harbor, is being promoted to the role of vice president, domestic coke operations.
A major selling point is that the maintenance technician jobs at ArcelorMittal facilities at Indiana Harbor, Bums Harbor, Riverdale and New Carlisle can pay up to $90,000 a year after three years if workers log enough overtime.
22m tonnes of metallurgical coke annually to ArcelorMittal from its Indiana Harbor coke-making operation in East Chicago, Indiana.
A total of six Abitibi Paper Retrievers are spread throughout the parking lots at the Mittal Indiana Harbor mill in East Chicago, Ind.
At a standing-room-only meeting inside, a banker tried to convince laid-off employees of LTV Steel's Indiana Harbor Works mill in East Chicago to invest their retirement money.
Nippon Steel, acting jointly with the French steelmaker Usinor SA, a Nippon Steel overseas partner, sent a technical team to inspect facilities at LTV's main plant for steel sheet in Indiana Harbor, Indiana last July.
It also gained the no-layoff agreement with a guaranteed 40-hour workweek, restrictions on overtime, 'an expansion of bumping rights for employees at the Indiana Harbor Works, a requirement that one laid-off craft or maintenance worker will be recalled for every craft or maintenance worker that retires; and a more stringent successorship provision.
decided to convert to the use of fluxed pellets in the blast furnaces at the Indiana Harbor Works in East Chicago, Ind.
On the coke side, the Company expects sustained strong operations across its domestic fleet, with meaningful improvement at its Indiana Harbor facility and the benefit of 12 months of full production at its Middletown facility.

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