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in the late 2000s in a merger, restructuring and cost-cutting deal backed by billionaire investor Wilbur Ross.

He left the Arcelor Mittal board earlier this year to serve as President Trump’s Secretary of Commerce, putting him in a position to advocate for his longtime industry.

The Coatesville plant employs 770; Conshohocken, about 290. Plant workers are members of the United Steelworkers labor union.

Coatesville’s electric-arc furnaces produce carbon- and alloy-steel plates, customize flame-cut shapes, steel-clad rolls and plate steel for such specialized applications as nuclear-reactor containment vessels.

The Arcelor Mittal steel-plate plants in Coatesville and Conshohocken are among the industrial facilities that could benefit from the expansion of the U. Navy proposed in President Trump’s budget guidelines if Congress decides to speed new ship construction. Navy aircraft carriers contains steel from Coatesville — from the first-ever USS Langley, to the USS Enterprise, which is currently under construction,” Mike Nichols, a Drexel University graduate who has headed quality control at the Philadelphia-area plants since 2009, noted in a publicly posted Memorial Day memo recounting the plants’ military role. “Our steel is found in military Humvees, Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles and MRAP All-Terrain Vehicles.

Trump has said he wants to boost the Navy’s total ships to 350 from today’s 275, though his proposed 2018 budget does not support much of an immediate increase. Nichols said Coatesville’s Navy carrier plate is personal for his family: His father, William, served on the carrier Hornet in the Korean War, built with Coatesville plate. Together, Coatesville and Conshohocken supply steel plate for the Navy’s landing platform dock (LPD) vessels, also called Amphibious Assault Ships,” which are named for the Sept.

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