Stelco Canada is a leading supplier of superior steel products to the North American market, employing some 2,200 men and women at their facilities and they are continuously hiring for Industrial Millwrights, Industrial Electricians, Welder Fitters, Instrumentation Technicians and Machinists. They also frequently hire Shift Managers, Management Associates, Engineers (Mechanical, Electrical, Reliability), Process Control Programmers, Finance Specialists and much more.
Stelco attests their company is rooted in a strong history of commitment to their employees and encouraging innovation, technological development and unparalleled customer-service. From its very beginnings, Stelco has consistently invested in its people and worked to ensure its facilities were equipped with leading edge technologies capable of delivering the next generation of quality, custom engineered products for the automotive, construction, infrastructure, agriculture, appliance, manufacturing and pipe and tube industries.
Asserting an innovative, forward-thinking vision has been central to Stelco’s resilience through the years. The company relays “It was a vision shared and ultimately carried forward by Stelco’s employees over the course of its iconic history, Stelco’s determined and innovative workforce has remained the company’s most valuable resource.”
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History of Stelco: The Steel Company of Canada – Stelco’s original title – was given life in 1910 via the merger of Montreal Rolling Mills, the Hamilton Steel and Iron Company, and a handful of secondary companies located from Gananoque to Brantford. It was the result of a bold partnership that forecast emerging challenges and charted a path toward nation-building opportunity.
Their facilities and where they are located: Stelco’s operations are located in Hamilton and Nanticoke and are comprised of fully integrated, industry-leading facilities that are among the safest, environmentally progressive, and productive steel plants in the world.
Stelco’s Hamilton Works is driven by innovation. Commissioned in 1905 at Hamilton Harbour, Hamilton Works has evolved with the steel industry and its customers by developing and applying the sector’s most modern technology and practices. Home to one of North America’s premier zinc-coating lines, Hamilton Works’ skilled employees produce world-leading galvanized and galvannealed sheet steel that serves important Canadian sectors such as the automotive, agriculture and infrastructure industries. The 18-storey Z-Line is a world leader that annually produces 470,000 tons of product with excellent surface quality, corrosion resistance and formability.
Lake Erie Works
Stelco’s Lake Erie Works has been at the forefront of North America’s steel industry since it was built in 1980. Located centrally on the north shore of Lake Erie, it is one of the continent’s most modern and capable steel facilities. It is also the newest greenfield integrated steel making facility, and it serves as an industry flagship of productivity and environmental innovation. The skilled employees who drive the success of this leading-edge operation work in an environment which has benefited from $600 million in investments and upgrades since 2000.