HSBC Aperam Genk steel plant
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Aperam Genk is an electric steel plant in Genk, Belgium.
The map below shows the location of the steel plant in Genk, Belgium.
Aperam was created as a spin off of ArcelorMittal. The primary shareholder of Aperam is HSBC Trust Ltd., of which Mr. Lakshmi N. Mittal (CEO of ArcelorMittal), Ms. Usha Mittal, and their children are the beneficiaries.
Steel production at HSBC Aperam Genk is scrap-based.
- Private/State ownership: private
- Parent company: HSBC Trust Ltd. 39.08%, M&G plc 6.99%, Treasury Shares 4.64%, Other 56.28%
- Owner: Aperam S.A.
- Alternative plant names: Allegheny-Longdoz, ALZ steelworks, Aperam - Genk, ArcelorMittal Stainless (predecessor), Ugine & ALZ (U&A) (predecessor)
- Location: Swinnenwijerweg 5, Industriegebied Genk Zuid - Zone 6A, 3600 Genk, Belgium
- GPS Coordinates: 50.933973, 5.511494 (exact)
- Plant status: operating
- Production capacities (thousand tonnes per annum):
- Crude steel: 1000 (EAF)
- Iron: None
- Steel product category: flat
- Steel products: stainless steel, slabs, cold rolled products
- Steelmaking process: electric
- Primary steel production equipment: 2 electric arc furnaces (EAF)
Articles and resources
- Belgium Stainless, Aperam, Retrieved on: Jul. 16, 2020
- Annual Report 2019, Aperam, 2020
- Aperam, Chatelet Stahlwerk, Stahl Seite, Retrieved on: Jul. 16, 2020
- 6 main production sites & Transformation facilities, Aperam, Retrieved on: Jul. 16, 2020