Steel is everywhere. From washing machines to skyscrapers, from bikes to buildings. Producing this strong, versatile, and endlessly recyclable material is something we at ArcelorMittal Dofasco are extremely proud of. Steel is the fabric of life.
ArcelorMittal Dofasco plays a key role in North America’s advanced manufacturing supply chain working with the top automotive, energy, packaging and construction brands to develop lighter, stronger and more sustainable products. Founded in 1912, we are Hamilton’s largest private sector employer with more than 5,000 employees, shipping 4.5 million net tons of high-quality flat carbon steel annually. In addition to Dofasco, ArcelorMittal ‘s Canadian operations include extensive iron ore mines as well as long and tubular steelmaking facilities.
Our customers are global, yet we are a tremendous supporter of our local community, Hamilton.
At ArcelorMittal Dofasco, our employees are part of a talented and innovative team. We work together to make our world better, faster and stronger. We offer a history of more than 107 years, but we take innovation and progress seriously
ArcelorMittal Dofasco’s iconic slogan “our product is steel, our strength is people” represents our commitment to employees, customers, suppliers and neighbours – and is known the world over as “the Dofasco Way”. Underpinning the Dofasco Way are our values of Quality, Sustainability and Leadership – brought to life by generations of employees who have come to work for more than 100 years creating world class products, processes and services.
Corporate responsibility is paramount to our operations with employees and the company investing more than $2 million annually in education, arts and culture; health and social services; the environment as well as sports and recreation. Reflecting our colorful logo, our Team Orange volunteers work with local charities, organize fundraising events, donate blood, and log thousands of volunteer hours each year.
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