Metals and Mining
Company Overview of Republic Steel, Inc.
Republic Steel, Inc. produces, markets, and sells special bar quality (SBQ) steel products. It offers hot-rolled steel bars and coils, cold-finished steel bars, bottom-poured ingots, and rods and wires for use in axles, drive shafts, suspension rods, and other critical components. The company offers its SBQ solutions to makers of cars, trucks, off-highway vehicles, machinery, farm equipment, and other users of steel bar products. Republic Steel, Inc. has a strategic alliance with Industrias CH, S.A de C.V. Republic Steel, Inc. was formerly known as Republic Engineered Products, Inc. and changed its name to Republic Steel, Inc. in September 2011. The company was founded in 1989 and is based i...
2633 Eighth Street
Canton, OH 44704-2311
Founded in 1989
Key Executives for Republic Steel, Inc.
Chief Financial Officer and Controller
Vice President of Operations
Vice President of Commercial and Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Vice President of Human Resources and Corporate Relations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Republic Steel, Inc. Key Developments
Republic Steel, Inc. Enters into a Five Year Supply Agreement with United States Steel Corporation to Provide Tube Rounds
Apr 29 13
Republic Steel, Inc. has entered into a five year supply agreement with United States Steel Corporation, to provide Tube Rounds to the U.S. Steel Tubular Products Division. Republic is committed to supply an annual minimum of 225,000 tons, but could be as much as 450,000 tons, starting in January 2014. The steel will be produced in the new Electric Arc Furnace that is being installed at its Lorain, Ohio plant which will have an annual capacity of 1,200,000 tons per year, and will start operations in the second half of 2013.
Republic Engineered Products, Inc. Breaks Ground on New Electric Arc Furnace in Lorain
May 31 12
Republic Engineered Products, Inc. announced that contracts have been awarded and construction is underway for the new electric arc furnace and related equipment at its Lorain, Ohio, steelmaking facility. The company expects the first heat of steel from the new facility to be tapped during the second quarter of 2013. The expansion is designed to meet growing customer demand for the company's high quality SBQ steel, driven by the automotive, capital equipment and energy markets. The project will bring 449 new jobs and more than $1 billion dollars in annual economic activity to Ohio. The existing 489 jobs at the Lorain facility will be retained. The additional capacity from the new furnace will allow the company more flexibility and efficiency in delivering the highly engineered products the company's customers require.
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