RUSAL operates in 13 countries on 5 continents.
The company employs 61,000 people across the globe.
RUSAL’s assets include 14 aluminium smelters, 11 alumina refineries, 8 bauxite mines, 3 aluminium powder plants, 2 silicon factories, 2 secondary aluminium plants, 4 foil mills and 1 cathode plant.
In 2015 RUSAL accounted for approximately 7% of global production of aluminium and 7% of alumina.
The company’s key sales markets are Europe, Russia and the CIS countries, North America, South-East Asia, Japan and South Korea. The major end users are transport, construction, power and package industries.
RUSAL has a 27.8% plus two shares interest in Norilsk Nickel, the world’s largest producer of nickel and palladium and one of the largest producers of platinum and copper.
RUSAL's shareholders are En+ (48.13%), ONEXIM Group (17.02%), SUAL's shareholders (15.80%), Glencore's subsidiary Amokenga Holdings (8.75%) and RUSAL's management. There is a 10.04% free-float.
RUSAL owns proprietary smelting technologies and is developing new ones, including a revolutionary inert anode technology.
HONG KONG/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's largest aluminum producer, United Company Rusal Plc , said on Thursday that its chief executive and seven board members had quit, part of a strategy it hopes may persuade the United States to lift crippling sanctions on it.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Russia's largest aluminum producer, United Company Rusal Plc , said on Thursday its chief executive and seven board members have quit, and warned it may have problems servicing its debt due to the impact of U.S. sanctions.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Russia's largest aluminum producer Rusal said on Monday it has not received a formal resignation from director Oleg Deripaska, and reiterated that its business and prospects may be affected by U.S. sanctions.
LONDON/PARIS/WASHINGTON, May 16 (Reuters) - They were
supposed to be the toughest sanctions the United States had ever
imposed on a Russian oligarch. Seventeen days later, Washington
watered them down.