U. S. Steel spent $3.2 billion in capital spending since 2018 in USW-represented facilities – more than the $2.5 billion we committed to in the 2018 BLA.
Our USW-represented facilities are a key part of our footprint and we have used that investment to enhance the competitiveness of our USW-represented facilities.
In total, we’ve invested $5.3 billion in USW-represented facilities since 2018. These investments include modernization, environmental improvements, risk reduction projects, maintenance and other needs. More info on those investments here.
We’re already prioritizing investing in our facilities. The $1 billion investment in the current proposed agreement is just a continuation of the work we’ve been doing for years.
Dear Represented Employees,Today we announced a tentative agreement with the United Steelworkers (USW) on a new four-year contract covering approximately 11,000 USW-represented employees at our domestic flat-rolled facilities, iron ore mining...Read More
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