New Steel Service Center Coming to the Port of Indiana

Friday, June 1, 2012
Roseville, MN-based Ratner Steel, a provider of full-line flat-rolled steel sheet and plate, announced plans to locate a new facility at the Port of Indiana. Ratner will invest $14.25 million to construct and equip the 102,000-sq.-ft. steel-service center at the Lake Michigan port. The facility, slated to open early in 2013, is expected to employ as many as 30 people by 2015. It will provide support to the 30 companies now operating at the Port of Indiana, which handled more than 2 million tons of cargo in 2011.


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Posted by: Zach on 2/11/2015 3:59:53 PM
With a new steel center being open this year, it should help Indiana with providing more jobs for people. I know that the steel industry is a tight one, but if you are able to open up a new shop, you should be doing well. It would be fun to see what the place looks like sometime. http://www.garelicksteel.com/

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