Overview

2016 was a year of important progress for ArcelorMittal.

Action 2020

Action 2020 is ArcelorMittal's commitment to structurally improving profitability and cash flow generation.

Governance

Good corporate governance is about compliance, continuous stakeholder dialogue and being a good corporate citizen.

Fact book

Details of our steel and mining operations, financials, production facilities and shareholder information.

Property, plants and equipment

ArcelorMittal has steel production facilities, as well as iron ore and coal mining operations, in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. All of its operating subsidiaries are substantially owned by ArcelorMittal through intermediate holding companies, and are grouped into the five reportable segments. Unless otherwise stated, ArcelorMittal owns all of the assets described in this section.

Steel Production Facilities of ArcelorMittal

The following table provides an overview by type of steel facility of the principal production units of ArcelorMittal’s operations.

Facility Number of facilities Capacity (in million tonnes per year)1 Production in 2016 (in million tonnes)2
Coke Oven Battery 69 32.8 25.4
Sinter Plant 32 95.8 68.5
Blast Furnace 56 94.1 71.0
Basic Oxygen Furnace (including Tandem Furnace) 71 101.7 75.8
DRI Plant 13 9.4 6.1
Electric Arc Furnace 36 28.8 16.6
Continuous Caster—Slabs 46 90.7 62.5
Hot Rolling Mill 22 76.1 52.5
Pickling Line 35 36.3 18.9
Tandem Mill 37 41.4 27.6
Annealing Line (continuous/batch) 53 20.8 11.3
Skin Pass Mill 35 20.7 9.4
Plate Mill 11 6.7 2.8
Continuous Caster—Bloom/Billet 38 34.0 23.0
Breakdown Mill (Blooming/Slabbing Mill) 3 10.7 5.1
Billet Rolling Mill 3 2.6 1.7
Section Mill 28 14.6 8.9
Bar Mill 24 9.1 5.6
Wire Rod Mill 19 12.5 8.2
Hot Dip Galvanizing Line 58 20.7 17.1
Electro Galvanizing Line 12 2.2 1.0
Tinplate Mill 16 3.4 2.1
Tin Free Steel (TFS) 1 0.3 0.1
Color Coating Line 18 2.8 1.9
Seamless Pipes 8 0.9 0.3
Welded Pipes 61 3.1 1.0

1 Reflects design capacity and does not take into account other constraints in the production process (such as, upstream and downstream bottlenecks and product mix changes). As a result, in some cases, design capacity may be different from the current achievable capacity.

2 Production facility details include the production numbers for each step in the steel-making process. Output from one step in the process is used as input in the next step in the process. Therefore, the sum of the production numbers does not equal the quantity of sellable finished steel products.