AM/NS Calvert is a 50/50 joint venture between ArcelorMittal and Nippon Steel Corp. (NSC). The steel processing plant is located in Calvert, Alabama, about 35 miles north of Mobile. Purchased by ArcelorMittal and Nippon Steel Corp. in 2014, the plant has served the North American market since 2010 with the capacity to produce 5.3 million tons of flat rolled carbon steel products annually.
AM/NS Calvert is recognized as one of the most advanced steel finishing facilities in the world and is highly complementary to ArcelorMittal's existing portfolio of world-class assets. The facility includes a river terminal, hot strip mill, cold rolling mill, three hot dip galvanizing lines, rail yard and supporting infrastructure.
The facility serves the automotive, construction, pipe and tube, service center, and appliance/ HVAC industries with an impressive portfolio of steel grades for high-value applications including hot rolled bands, hot rolled pickled and oiled, cold rolled, and advanced coated products. AM/NS Calvert also helps ArcelorMittal to meet increasing OEM demand for advanced high strength steels that are needed to produce lighter-weight, more fuel efficient vehicles.
Products made: Hot-rolled, hot-rolled pickled and oiled, cold-rolled sheet, advanced coated products
Markets served: Appliance/HVAC, automotive, construction, distribution, pipe and tube
Production facilities: Hot strip mill, seven-stand CVC plus finishing mill, stand-alone continuous pickle line, coupled pickler-tandem mill, three hot-dip galvanizing lines: multiple coating pots, radiant tube atmosphere furnace and a continuous anneal line