UC Rusal

UC RUSAL is the world’s largest aluminum producer and was created in March 2007 as a result of the merger of RUSAL, SUAL, and the alumina assets of Glencore.

The main shareholders are En+ Group (47.41%), ONEXIM (17.02%), SUAL (15.80%), Amokenga Holdings (8.75%), a wholly owned subsidiary of Glencore, and management (0.26%). RUSAL produced 3.9 mln tonnes of aluminum and 7.3 mln tonnes of alumina in 2009.

The company has operations in 19 countries on five continents, including bauxite and nepheline ore mines, alumina refineries, aluminum smelters, casthouse business for production of alloys, foil mills and power-generating assets. UC RUSAL employs about 76,000 people.

The company markets and sells its products primarily in Europe, Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia and North America. Its key consumers are automotive, construction and packaging companies.
UC RUSAL has its own R&D and engineering facilities and has ownership rights to the RA-300 and RA-400 technologies.