Variant of NAICS 1997 - Labour Force Survey (LFS) Industries

331110 - Iron and Steel Mills and Ferro-Alloy Manufacturing

This Canadian industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in smelting iron ore and steel scrap to produce pig iron in molten or solid form; converting pig iron into steel by the removal, through combustion in furnaces, of the carbon in the iron. These establishments may cast ingots only, or also produce iron and steel basic shapes, such as plates, sheets, strips, rods and bars, and other fabricated products. Electric arc furnace mini-mills are included. Establishments primarily engaged in producing ferro-alloys are also included.

  • Example Activities:

    • Bars, iron or steel, made in steel mills
    • Blast furnaces
    • Cold rolled steel shapes (e.g., bar, plate, rod, sheet, strip), made in steel mills
    • Direct reduction of iron ore
    • Drawing iron or steel wire in steel mills
    • Electric arc furnace steel mills
    • Electrometallurgical ferro-alloys, manufacturing
    • Ferro-alloys, manufacturing
    • Forgings, iron or steel, made in steel mills
    • Hot-rolled iron and steel products, made in steel mills
    • Ingot, made in steel mills
    • Iron ore recovery from open hearth slag
    • Iron, pig, manufacturing
    • Mini-mills, steel
    • Pig iron, manufacturing
    • Pipe, iron or steel, made in steel mills
    • Reclaiming iron and steel scrap from slag
    • Spiegeleisen ferro-alloys, manufacturing
    • Steel mills
    • Steel products (e.g., bar, plate, rod, sheet, structural shapes), made in steel mills
    • Steel, manufacturing
    • Strip, galvanized iron or steel, made in steel mills
    • Strip, iron or steel, made in steel mills
    • Superalloys, iron or steel, made in steel mills
    • Tube, iron or steel, made in steel mills
    • Wire products, iron or steel, made in steel mills
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