Steel Production in Northeast Kentucky
Ashland Works, located along the Ohio River in northeast Kentucky, covers almost 700 acres with dock and rail facilities. Ashland provides semi-finished slabs to Middletown Works. The Ashland Works caster has set numerous world records, including 1,851 consecutive heats.
Our Production Facilities
- Blast furnace
- Basic oxygen furnaces
- Ladle metallurgy furnace
- RH Degasser
- Single-strand, straight-mold slab caster
- Hot dip galvanizing and galvannealing line
Carbon steels from Ashland Works include:
Hot Dip Galvanized ZINCGRIP® products provide a tight metallurgical bond between the coating and substrate, offering the strength and formability of steel plus the corrosion protection of zinc.
Hot Dip Galvannealed ZINCGRIP GA steel products are continuously coated on both sides with zinc, then induction heated to alloy the zinc with the substrate, creating a zinc-iron coating.
Ashland Works has earned IATF 16949 and ISO-9001 certification. The plant is also a recipient of several customer quality awards, including Toyota's Superior Quality and Delivery Award.