Esmark Steel Group
More than 30 workers will lose their jobs after a steel service center closes.
For many years the steel futures market was all talk and little action, but those days are gone as more financial products tied to the price of steel come to market.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | While navigating a path around hundreds of steel coils on a shop floor or walking past management offices, the jovial interactions among three Esmark Steel Group executives are reminiscent of those with family members or buddies at a bar.
Esmark Steel Group CFO John Krupinski, left, CEO Thomas Modrowski, center, and President Mane Ogrizovich at stand at the plant in Chicago Heights in November.
The Esmark Steel Group plant is shown in Chicago Heights on Thursday.
An Esmark Steel Group crane operator lifts a roll of steel at a facility in Chicago Heights. The company is laying off 31 workers and closing its service center at 300 Joe Orr Road.
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