Expansions Begin New Chapters for Ellwood Group, Steelite

NEW CASTLE, Pa. – The site Ellwood Quality Steels has chosen for its $60 million new mill has a long history. First developed in 1850, it started as an iron forge owned Alexander Crawford, the grandfather of industrialist Alex Crawford Hoyt, whose home is now part of the Hoyt Art Center. Then it became a tin-working site and, eventually, a steel mill. During New Castle’s heyday, industry titan Andrew Carnegie purchased the mill at the site. Ellwood Group Inc., the parent company of Ellwoo

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