ArcelorMittal, the successor of Mittal Steel (founded in 1976), was formed in June 2006 through the merger of Arcelor and Mittal Steel. The company witnessed rapid growth with its vision of producing safe and sustainable steel for industrial usage. It successfully marked its presence in all prominent steel markets across the globe, including automotive, construction, household appliances, and packaging industry.

Today ArcelorMittal is the largest steel producer in North and South America, Africa, and European Union with a significant presence in France, Germany, Belgium, Spain, Luxembourg, and Poland. The company has a formidable presence in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and is registering consistent growth in Asia with investments in China and India. ArcelorMittal has its top- notch mining ventures worldwide, and is relishing the position of a premier iron ore producer in the world.


The company produces world-class steel that is used in petrol refinery towers, airports, railway stations, shopping malls, as well as residential houses. ArcelorMittal has supplied its steel products to several exclusive landmarks all across the globe, including One WTC in New York City; the Grand National Theatre of China in Beijing; the new Reichstag in Berlin, Germany; the zero-emission polar research station – Princess Elisabeth Antarctica; and many sports stadiums.

ArcelorMittal has an experienced project management team that is skilled at finding technological solutions to customers’ complex construction needs.


A socially responsible group, ArcelorMittal believes in sustainable development for all. It strongly ensures its mining activities leave a positive and lasting socio-economic and environmental legacy. The company also works with communities in concerned regions to build robust infrastructures for long-term development.

ArcelorMittal has a Mining Sustainable Development Policy to reinforce its focus on land and local relationships, and to leave a long-lasting legacy in the areas it works. The company has introduced an initiative named Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM), which is a set of tools and indicators for performance improvement, and better assessment and management of major mining risks. The company takes all possible measures to provide safe, healthy and quality working lives to all people working on its sites. It also emphasizes the efficient use of resources, the least amount of wastage and high recycling rate.


The steel giant launched a two-year program with its NGO partner – Volunteers to Support International Efforts in Developing Africa to reform the life of 300 people by helping them in preparing a farming field and facilitating them with seeds, training, and other farming tools. It is also involved in the Clinton Global Initiative for countering the Ebola Virus outbreak in West Africa. Its excellence in sustainability and its mission to create long-term value for society has helped it earn an enviable reputation for flawless project execution.