steelworks


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steelworks

a plant in which steel is made from iron ore and rolled or forged into blooms, billets, bars, or sheets
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A MULTI-MILLION pound scheme to redevelop a former steelworks site is set to go-ahead after 10 years planning.
When Risca-Pontymister lost its steelworks in 1962 the community lost its industrial heart and workers had to travel to Llanwern Steelworks at Newport to remain in the industry.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-27 May 2002-Danish Steelworks suspends payments (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Planners have approved a 108,000 sq ft development on the site of the former HH Robertson steelworks in Cromwell Road, Ellesmere Port.
Dennis Pritchard, 38, and son Michael, 19, carried out the attack at a steelworks in Newport, South Wales.
The steelworks employs around 4,000 people - around 10% of the local population - and is at the heart of the town.
MICHAEL Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones could be snubbing a Hollywood showbiz wedding in favour of a family knees-up in the shadow of a Welsh steelworks.
NovaliA explained at a press conference in Sarajevo that a wrong perception has been created in the public that this issue concerns the Steelworks' production site.
A major fear was that the strike would result in the shutdown of Llanwern steelworks.
The electricity would be used to power the steelworks, as it comes to supply surplus to the national grid.
The artwork, developed by Project Genesis and designed by the Auton Design Studio in Hexham, now stands on part of the town's former steelworks site.
Dudley Council plans to produce the piece of public art as a monument to the steelworks, which occupied a prominent site in the town for over 100 years and employed over 3,000 people at one time.