ArcelorMittal

History

ArcelorMittal's success in Tubular Products has been built on a consistent strategy that emphasises size and scale, vertical integration, product diversity, continuous growth in higher value products and a strong customer focus.

The Tubular Products division is one of the world's largest producers of pipe and tube products, servicing markets around the world from 26 operating locations in 12 different countries. We produce and market virtually the full spectrum of tubing products in an unparalleled range of sizes. The Tubular products division has unique geographical and product diversification which reduces exposure to risk and cyclicity and responds to one of our core values, sustainability.

ArcelorMittal intends to continue to play a leading role in the consolidation of the steel tubular industry and to be the global leader in the tubular industry, in particular through this comprehensive business strategy. The Tubular Products division of ArcelorMittal is the result of merging the Dofasco Tubular Products and ArcelorMittal, Pipes and Tubes assets in 2007.

History of Dofasco Tubular Products

Dofasco Tubular Products was formed in 2005 when Dofasco de Mexico, Hamilton and Marion tubing plants merged with Copperweld's Automotive and Mechanical businesses. The Tubular Products division of ArcelorMittal is the result of merging Dofasco Tubular Products and ArcelorMittal, Pipes and Tubes assets in 2007.

History of Mittal Steel Pipes and Tubes

ArcelorMittal Tubular products division’s growth was founded on a consistent philosophy: that to be able to deliver the range and quality of products customers demand the modern pipes and tubes maker must have the scale and worldwide presence to do so competitively. The Tubular Products division was formed when the new ArcelorMittal organization was created in 2006. The division comprised 11 businesses at the start of intensive cooperation in 2005, at that time called Mittal steel Pipes & Tubes.

Mittal Steel Pipes & Tubes Growth Timeline