United States Steel Corp. and the United Steelworkers announced Nov. 8 that they reached a tentative four-year contact agreement that affects about 13,000 union members.
From government to private businesses, stakeholders take steps to ensure steelmaking has solid future in Indiana, including high-tech jobs and profits.
A $60 million investment by U.S. Steel Corp. at its Gary Works facility will create 25 new jobs, company officials say.
United States Steel Corp. said it will invest about $60 million at its Gary Works site, which will help the company control costs.
GARY – U.S. Steel will make $750 million in capital investments to modernize its Gary Works facility. U.S. Steel has announced a $2 billion asset revitalization program, which included Gary Works. The investment will be made over five years to modernize and enhance the company’s flagship operation in Gary and includes installation of new state-of-the-art […]
United States Steel Corp. named Daniel Killeen general manager of Gary Works, the company’s largest integrated steel making facility. The company said Killeen will oversee the day-to-day operations of Gary Works. Killeen joined Pittsburgh-based U. S. Steel in 1996 as a management associate at Gary Works. He went on to work in a series […]