Summary - Canadian Industry Statistics

Iron and Steel Mills and Ferro-Alloy Manufacturing - 3311

Definition

This industry group 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.

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    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.

    Exclusions

    No exclusions are specified in the 2012 NAICS Canada manual.

Information on the number and size of businesses for 2016.

Establishments

114

0-99 Employees

68.2%

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Average revenue

$794.3
thousand

Profitable

83.7%

Gross domestic product

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Salaries

$1.1
billion

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Net revenue

$345.2
million

Shipments

$10.7
billion

Value added

$2.8
billion

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Exports

$6.4
billion

Imports

$10.6
billion
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