ArcelorMittal Poland has awarded contracts to a consortium of Remak-Energomontaz & Zarmen to carry out maintenance on its Dabrowa Gornicza slag granulation units and Zdzieszowice coke plant boiler and gas tank. 1. Renovation of the pumping station and technological pipelines for slag granulation no 3 and no 4 at the Blast Furnace No 2 in Dąbrowa Górnicza (PLN 10.9 million) completion by September 20232. Repair of the K3 ECII boiler at coke plant in Zdzieszowice (PLN 21.5 million) completion by January 2025 3. Repair of the gas tank No 3 at coke plant in Zdzieszowice (PLN 21.5 million) December 2025 ArcelorMittal Poland has plants in Kraków, Dabrowa Górnicza, Sosnowiec, Swietochlowice, Chorzów and Zdzieszowice. They produce hot rolled, cold rolled, electrogalvanised & hot-dip galvanized sheets and strips, profiled sheets, hot-dip galvanized and organically coated sheets and strips. hot rolled and cold formed sections, profiled and round plain wire rod, round bars and wires for concrete reinforcement, welding wire, induction welded tubes , sheet piles, V-profiles for mining industry, heavy steel & pig irons castings and 120 meter rails Setup in 1975, ArcelorMittal Dąbrowa Górnicza steel plant, also known as Huta Katowice, is a 5 million tonne per annum blast furnace-basic oxygen furnace steel plant in Silesia, in Poland. ArcelorMittal Poland’s Unit in Kraków, historic Huta Sendzimira, was brought to life in 1954. During the first stage of its operations produced merely 1.5 million tonnes of steel per year. Over decades it was extended and modernized, new units like another blast furnace, sheet rolling mill for bodywork sheet production, electrogalvanising line and continuous steel casting line were constructed. In January 2003, Krakow’s plant was incorporated into Polskie Huty Stali. Today, it is a flagship plant of ArcelorMittal Poland.ArcelorMittal Poland’s Unit in Sosnowie formerly known as Count Renard was founded in early 20th century. It was renamed Huta Cedler in 1949. In the 1970s Huta Cedler became the largest manufacturer of quality steel wire rod in Poland. After a period of significant modernizations in 2003 the plant was incorporated into Polskie Huty Stali. ArcelorMittal Poland Świętochłowice Unit, former Huta Florian, was founded in 1828 as a Bethlen-Falva in Świętochłowice. The plant boasted the then most modern steam-driven equipment, such as blast furnace, puddling furnace with rolling mill, and cupola. In the 1930s the Silesian steelmaking industry was taken over by the State of Poland and the steelworks name was changed Huta Florian. Today this ArcelorMittal Poland’s facility produces organic coated sheets of the highest qualityArcelorMittal Poland’s Huta Królewska in Chorzow is over 200 years old. In 1843 Chorzow’s mill was one of the first in Europe to be included on the list of manufacturers of rails for the railway industry. A mere 20 years later, it was already equipped with the first rolling mill in Silesia. It underwent transformation from primary operations to one of the most modern downstream facilities providing steel for railway industry and mining. ArcelorMittal Poland Zdzieszowice Unit was founded in 1929 when the Schaffgotsch concern decided to build Zdzieszowice coke plant. The first Still type battery with 60 chambers was started up in 1932, the second one in 1938. They were partially destroyed during the war, but were re-initiated in the 1950s. Production capacity of 4 new coke batteries introduced between 2003 and 2008 comes to 3 million tonnes of coke a year. The total annual capacity amounts to 4.2 million tonnes.