Novokuznetsk Aluminium Smelter
RUSAL’s main products are primary aluminium, aluminium alloys, foil and alumina. The company has access to vast resources of raw materials and provides the entire production cycle. find out more

Sustainable development
In 2009 RUSAL completed a large-scale project to modernise the Krasnoyarsk smelter. The renovation resulted in in its production efficiency increasing considerably and a reduction in its emissions. find out more

Novokuznetsk Aluminium Smelter

The Novokuznetsk smelter is a veteran of World War II. Between 1943 and 1945, half of Russia’s airplanes were made from aluminium produced by the facility. Today, the aerospace industry is still one of the major consumers of the smelters’ products.

  • Commissioned in 1943
  • The smelter’s products are used by the aerospace, automotive, construction and electrical industries


Novokuznetsk, Kemerovo region, Russia


Primary aluminium, alloys (small and large ingots, T-bars, billets)


Aerospace, automotive, construction and electrical industries

Annual production capacity

215,000 tonnes


3 potlines, casthouse, anode production unit

Smelting technology

Soederberg technology


The Novokuznetsk smelter is working on the enhancement of alloy production.

In 2008-2010 the facility mastered the production of new kinds of alloys (billets for automotive industry and ferrous alloys for aluminium shape producers).

In 2011, the plant’s casthouse was equipped to drive the output of billets. Due to this measure, alloy output has reached 70% of total production.

In 2012, the construction of a pilot area for electrolytic technology at pre-baked anodes started. In 2016 the construction of the pilot area for “Clean Soederberg” technology also commenced. As part of the modernization program, all electrolytic equipment at the plant will be upgraded.   


ISO 14001:2004 (environmental management standard)

ISO 9001:2008 (quality management standard)

ISO/TS 16949:2009 (quality management standard for automotive industry)

OHSAS 18001: 2007 (health and safety management standard)




Phone: +7 (3843) 39-76-11