Being proposed by New Steel International Inc.
Bloomberg lists them as a consulting firm.
Linked in lists them as designing, building and operating state-of-the art steel mills. Is says their first project was in Thailand.
The only other business reference showing online is a failed attempt to build a similar plant in Ohio.
Crain's Detroit Business reports a source as saying they have investor interest from GM, Tesla and DTE. GM chose not to comment on the story.
One land holder isn't selling. They say they will look at straddling the HESR track.
Big plants with an active railroad through the middle? I'm guessing that's not a best practice.
Their HQ seems worthy of a small business, albeit one with big plans.
Oh and... They have applied to Department of Energy for a $7 BILLION loan.
Durand you're being taken for a ride and not on that railroad track that runs through the proposed site.