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Company Overview of ArcelorMittal Mines Canada Inc.

Company Overview

ArcelorMittal Mines Canada Inc., a mining and primary processing company, produces and supplies iron ore to steel markets around the world. It operates open-pit mines in Mont-Wright and Fire Lake; and offers iron ore concentrate and iron oxide pellets to steel mills that pour steel into plates, bars, and billets which are made into a range of finished products, such as rails, structural components, sheet metal, and soldering wire. The company exports its products primarily to Europe and North America, as well as to Africa and Asia. ArcelorMittal Mines Canada Inc. was formerly known as Québec Cartier Mining Company and changed its name to ArcelorMittal Mines Canada Inc. in May 2008 following ...

1801 Mcgill College

Suite 1400

Montreal, QC H3A 2N4

Canada

Founded in 1957

Phone:

514-285-1464

Fax:

514-285-1978

Key Executives for ArcelorMittal Mines Canada Inc.

Interim Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President
Vice President of Operations
Vice President of Technology
Director of Communications and Public Affairs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

ArcelorMittal Mines Canada Inc. Key Developments

ArcelorMittal Announces Expansion Plans of ArcelorMittal Mines Canada

ArcelorMittal announced that in Canada, the company will announce the possibility of further growth at ArcelorMittal Mines Canada. The company has identified an expansion potential of six million tonnes per year to 30 million tonnes per year (from a production capacity of 24 million tonnes achieved at the end of 2013), based on limited incremental investments in de-bottlenecking, including: Mont Wright optimisation; Fire Lake expansion and crusher de-bottlenecking; rail winter reclaim capability; long train capability and additional sidings; and additional conveyor capacity at the port. In addition, the company believes it may be possible to expand production beyond 30 million tonnes per year with additional, limited investments.

Serge Miller to Step Down as CEO of ArcelorMittal Mines Canada, Effective March 1, 2013

ArcelorMittal Mines Canada CEO Serge Miller is retiring. Miller is stepping down on March 1, 2013.

ArcelorMittal Reportedly Not To Sell Stake In North America Mines

ArcelorMittal is reportedly not seeking to lose control of any of its mines in North America through the stake sale of ArcelorMittal Mines Canada Inc., a source close to the company told Metal Bulletin. The steelmaker is looking into divesting a minority stake in its Canadian iron ore business in a bid to reduce its debt burden, the source confirmed to Steel First. The Royal Bank of Canada and Goldman Sachs are advising ArcelorMittal for the transaction.

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