About ArcelorMittal Warszawa
ArcelorMittal Warszawa, subsidiary of ArcelorMittal Group, is a reputed producer of carbon and special steel long products. Products manufactured by ArcelorMittal Warszawa are used in automotive, machinery engineering, bearing, construction industries.
Since the establishment of our company, our goal has been to operate on the basis of three values: sustainability, quality, and leadership. Each of these three values is based on health and safety.
Health and safety
Our priorities are health and safety. Nothing is more important. We believe that we cannot make a credible claim to our values if we do not continuously improve our health and safety performance.
Our commitment to the world around us extends beyond the bottom line, to include the people in whom we invest, the communities we support and the world in which we operate. This long-term approach is central to our business philosophy.
We look beyond today to envision the steel of tomorrow. Because quality outcomes depend on quality people, we seek to attract and nurture the best people to deliver superior solutions to our customers.
We are visionary thinkers, creating opportunities every day. This entrepreneurial spirit brought us to the forefront of the steel industry. Now, we are moving beyond what the world expects of steel.
1952 – erection of HUTA WARSZAWA [Warsaw Steel Plant] begins
1957 – start-up of a Steel Foundry, the first production department of Huta Warszawa
1958 – Steel Shop and Forging Shop begin to operate
1960 – a Blooming Mill begins to operate
1961 – start-up of a Drawing Mill
1962 – start-up of a Heavy Section and a Small Section Rolling Mills
1965 – start-up of a Cold Strip Mill
1968 – start-up of a Medium Section Rolling Mill
1972 – the expansion of the Steelworks is completed, and the fifth electric furnace with a capacity of 50 tons is put into operation.
1974 – On October 3, the Research Center of the Institute of Metallurgy of the AGH University of Science and Technology was established in Huta Warszawa
1978 – in October, the first stage of construction of the metallurgical Recreation and Sports Center (OWS) in Młociny was completed.
1979 – On September 29, the “Warsaw Thermopylae” monument was unveiled to commemorate the heroic fight of the 30th Kaniowski Infantry Regiment with the German invader on September 21, 1939.
1980 – On August 28, Huta Warszawa is the first plant in the capital to announce a solidarity strike with the striking workers of the Coast
1980 – On August 31, Father Jerzy Popiełuszko celebrates a mass for striking steel workers
1980 – A monument is erected in front of the steelworks of Huta Warszawa, whose originator, author and contractor was Jerzy Szulc, an electrician employed at this department, and then a crane operator.
1985 – The old rolling mill of the Soviet production was replaced with a rolling mill made by Huta Zygmunt and constructed by Biuro Projektów BIPROHUT.
1992 – Huta Warszawa is privatized on the basis of a joint-venture agreement with LUCCHINI Group, establishing HUTA L.W. Sp. z o.o.
1998 – New Steel Shop start up (EAF 80 t, LF 80 t and four strands CC)
2001 – modernization of the Steel Shop continues. Start-up of a VD 80t
2004 – the Cold Strip Mill is shut down
2005 – Arcelor Group takes over Huta L.W. The Company’s name is changed to Arcelor Huta Warszawa Sp. z o.o. . The Forging Shop is shut down. Erection of a new Hot Rolling Mill begins.
2006 – Arcelor and Mittal groups merge. The Small Section Rolling Mill is shut down.
2007 – 50th anniversary of Huta Warszawa
2008 – start-up of the new Rolling Mill
2010 – On September 5, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Solidarity, a musical performance “2 x strike” takes place in the drawing hall
2011 – On October 18, ArcelorMittal Warszawa receives the title of “Employee-friendly Employer” by NSZZ “Solidarność”.
2013 – ArcelorMittal Warszawa receives the 2013 “Reliable Employer of the Year” title
2014 – On November 6, the Hutników Warszawskie roundabout is opened at the intersection of Lindego and Al. Reymont.
2017 – Huta celebrates its 60th anniversary of production
2020 – March 7, Open Day for Huta’s neighbors.
2021 – in August, commissioning of a new cooling plant of the Finishing Plant
2021 – August 28, a historic walk around Huta in the footsteps of August `80
2022 – On May 12, a march on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of Huta