Top steel-producing companies 2012

Previous years' tables and more details about company ownership and tonnage calculations
are available from the PDF files at the bottom of the page. Tonnage is expressed in million tonnes (Mt).

Rank  Company  Tonnage
Rank  Company  Tonnage
1 ArcelorMittal  93.6 23 IMIDRO (*) 13.6
2 Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation  (*)  (1) 47.9 24 SAIL (*) 13.5
3 Hebei Group (**) 42.8 25 Rizhao 13.2
4 Baosteel Group (*) 42.7 26 MMK (*) 13.0
5 POSCO (*) 39.9 27 China Steel Corporation (*) 12.7
6 Wuhan Group (*) 36.4 28 Metinvest (*) 12.5
7 Shagang Group  32.3 29 Baotou 10.2
8 Shougang Group  (*) 31.4 30 Taiyuan 10.1
9 JFE  (*) 30.4   Jiuquan 10.1
10 Ansteel Group (*)  30.2 31 Pinxiang 9.1
11 Shandong Group  23.0   Zongheng 9.1
  Tata Steel (*)  23.0   Jinxi 9.1
12 U. S. Steel (*) 21.4 32  Techint Group (*) 8.7
13 Nucor (*) 20.1   Xinyu 8.7
14 Gerdau (*)  19.8 33 ISD 8.5
15 Maanshan 17.3   JSW Steel (*) 8.5
16 Hyundai Steel (*) 17.1 34 Guofeng 8.0
17 RIVA Group (*)(2) 16.0 35 Ereğli Demir ve Çelik Fabrikalari TAS (*) 7.9
18 Evraz Group (*) 15.9 36 Anyang 7.7
19 Severstal (*) 15.1 37 CELSA Group (*) 7.6
  ThyssenKrupp (*) 15.1   Zenith 7.6
  Benxi Steel 15.1 38 voestalpine (*) 7.5
20 NLMK (*) 14.9 39 Jingye 7.3
21 Valin Group 14.1 40 Nanjing 7.2
22 Jianlong Group 13.8   Usiminas (*) 7.2

* worldsteel members
** Handan, which is part of Hebei Group, is a member of worldsteel
(1) In October 2012, Nippon Steel Corporation and Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd.
were officially merged into Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation.
(2) Restructuring within the group undertaken in January 2013 is not reflected.

Notes on company ownership and tonnage calculations:

In cases of more than 50% ownership, 100% of the subsidary’s tonnage is included.

In cases of 30-50% ownership, pro-rata tonnage is included. Less than 30% ownership is considered a minority interest and therefore not included.