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.
A U.S. lobbying firm sought to recruit the ambassadors of France, Germany and several other countries for an elaborate campaign to persuade the Trump administration to lift U.S. sanctions against a Russian manufacturing giant
MOSCOW, June 28 (Reuters) - Shareholders at sanctions-hit
Russian aluminium producer Rusal elected a new board
of directors on Thursday in an effort to appease the U.S. and
get the restrictions lifted.