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Corus is in negotiations to sell the mothballed Teesside Cast Products plant to SSI of Thailand, which could create hundreds of new jobs from 2011.
Corus is to invest £185m at its steelworks in Port Talbot, including the rebuilding of a blast furnace and environmental improvements.
Corus is planning to build a £31m factory to produce wind farm structures at its former site on Teesside, with the creation of 200 jobs.
Corus is to invest £8m in the expansion of its steel plant in North Lanarkshire, with the creation of 60 jobs.
Corus is to create a further 154 new jobs at its steel manufacturing plants in Stocksbridge and Rotherham.
Corus is to invest £6m in a coal exploration project at its Port Talbot plant in South Wales over the next three years.
Corus is to create 160 new jobs at its steel manufacturing operations at Stocksbridge and Rotherham in South Yorkshire.
Corus has been approached by a consortium of local entrepreneurs about a proposal to acquire and restart production at the mothballed 3,000-acre Teesside Cast Products steel plant.
Corus is to create up to 100 jobs at its plant in Hartlepool, having won contracts worth almost £200m to supply offshore gas pipes to Total.
Corus Tubes is planning to expand the 700-strong workforce at its steel operations in Hartlepool with up to 120 new jobs over the next 12 months.
Corus is to invest £60m in the installation of new equipment to reduce carbon dioxide emissions at its steel plant in Port Talbot.
Corus is to invest £5m in the expansion of steel slab production at its Port Talbot steelworks.
Corus is to invest £10m in the expansion of its steel distribution centre in Wednesfield, with the creation of 24 jobs.
Corus, the steel manufacturer with 24,000 staff in Port Talbot, Rotherham and North Lincolnshire, has been acquired by Tata Steel of India for £6.7bn, which is expected to lead to cost savings of up to £180m a year.
Corus is to invest £6m in the expansion of its Shotton steel works on Deeside by 2008, with the creation of up to 50 jobs.
Corus is investing £16m in the expansion of steel production at its site in Port Talbot.
Corus is planning to sell most of its aluminium operations to Aleris International of the US for £570m, including sites in Germany, the Netherlands and Canada.
Corus is to set up a new £10m automated distribution centre at its site in North Lincolnshire by autumn 2006, which will result in the loss of about 20 jobs.
Corus is to invest £6.8m in equipment for its steel tube manufacturing plant in Corby, with the creation of about 70 new jobs over the next two years.
Corus is to invest £4.4m in the modernisation of its beam mill in Redcar, but this will result in the loss of 98 jobs.
Corus Tubes is to relocate a steel pipe mill and 73 staff from Stockton to its site in Hartlepool by August, and the Stockton site will be sold.
Corus Engineering Steels is to invest a further £10m at its specialist steels operations in Rotherham, Stocksbridge and Wolverhampton, in order to increase production capacity for the aerospace market.
Corus is to invest £32m in new equipment for its steel plant in North Lincolnshire, but 236 jobs will be lost at the site and the heavy section mill will close later this year.
Corus, the steel manufacturer, is planning to set up a £25m research and development joint venture with Warwick University to develop new techniques for the production of automotive materials.
Corus is to invest £1.2m in the expansion of the Shotton Steelworks on Deeside, which will involve the installation of new equipment this summer.
Corus is to recruit 85 new staff at its Corus Tubes site in Hartlepool, having won a contract to supply a gas pipeline.
Corus is to invest £12m in the installation of an additional ladle furnace at its steel manufacturing plant in North Lincolnshire.
Corus is in talks with a number of potential joint venture partners for its Teesside Cast Products steelmaking business, and TCP is looking into the possibility of increasing exports by investing £16m in new port facilities.
Corus is to shed more than 50 jobs at its steel operation in Blackburn, due to the closure of the Strip Products business and the relocation of the Multi Products business to a recently-refurbished unit nearby.
Corus has announced plans to invest £71m at its Port Talbot plant by March 2005, in order to increase production of steel slabs.
Corus has announced plans to expand its steel plant in Port Talbot with the creation of 35 jobs, but the project is dependent on the company securing finance.
Corus is to expand its fully-fitted housing units manufacturing plant at Shotton in Flintshire, with the creation of up to 200 jobs.
Corus is to acquire Precoat International, the steel pressings company with 250 staff at two Welsh plants in Cardiff and Cross Keys, for £7.2m.
Corus is to relocate its cut-to-length steel processing work from Leeds to Teesside, with the loss of 17 jobs and the transfer of a further 15 jobs to other parts of the Leeds plant.
Corus is to sell its downstream aluminium operations to Pechiney of France for £540m, including sites in China, Germany, Canada and Belgium.
Corus is to create 80 new jobs at its pipelines business in Hartlepool, having won a number of new contracts.
Corus is to acquire Companhia Sideurgica Nacional, the Brazilian steelmaker, for £2.7bn, which will provide access to cheaper supplies of iron ore.
Corus is to collaborate with Sumitomo Metals of Japan in the development of advanced steels for car manufacture, construction and engineering.
Corus has announced plans to invest £9m in improvements at its continuous steel casting plant in Scunthorpe, and the town will become the new headquarters of both its engineering steels and industrial operations.
Corus is to invest £35m in the relining of a blast furnace at its Llanwern steel plant, which should secure the future of the site.
Corus is to close its steel operation in Brierley Hill and relocate the 38 jobs to Wednesfield, while 28 jobs will be axed at its distribution centre in Blackburn.
Corus is planning to take a 30% stake in a joint venture with Wupperman Industrie to build a steel galvanizing plant at Moerdijk in the Netherlands.