The sustainability of the aluminium industry requires disciplined approach from all producers. RUSAL is committed to optimizing its output through the curtailment of its least efficient smelters
RUSAL supports the need for greater transparency in the sector to mitigate risks and avoid the effects of speculative trading
Aluminium is two times more conductive than copper, and consumption is rapidly growing. Substitution of copper with aluminium in electrical segment brings around 0.5 million tonnes of demand a year
RUSAL has an impressive Just-in-Time track record of over 98%, delivering 10,000 tonnes per day globally
Over 85% of RUSAL’s aluminium is produced using renewable and environmentally friendly hydropower
RUSAL actively supports measures to boost domestic industrial development by highlighting the need to control the increase in power and transport tariffs
High degree of vertical integration with our upstream business ensures the longevity of our raw material supply
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