Statement from RUSAL regarding recent Bloomberg’s article
Moscow, 16 February 2023 – RUSAL has dismissed the claim made in the article published on 15th February by Bloomberg citing a Norsk Hydro executive who states that Russian metal is selling at a steep discount.
RUSAL begins production of low-carbon alloys for car manufacturers
Moscow, 7 February 2023 — RUSAL, a leading global aluminium producer, started using end of life aluminium scrap in production of foundry alloys for automotive industry. This production enabled RUSAL to reduce full scope carbon footprint of the new product by nearly 20%.
RUSAL starts production of master alloys for high-tech alloys
Krasnoyarsk, 1 February 2023 – RUSAL, a leading global aluminium producer, started its own production of master alloys which are used to make alloys. The new project will cover half of the Company's need for master alloys, and is also intended for supply to external customers.
RUSAL approves climate goals for 2032 and 2050
Krasnoyarsk, 20 December 2022 – The Board of RUSAL, a leading global aluminium producer, approved the updated Climate Strategy until 2032 with a perspective up to 2050.
RUSAL forms a Public Expert Council on Sustainable Development
Moscow, December 2, 2022 - RUSAL, a leading global aluminium producer, created the Public Expert Council on Sustainable Development and held its first meeting.
RUSAL develops a new aluminium alloy for space
Moscow, November 17, 2022 - RUSAL, a leading global aluminium producer, has developed a new aluminium alloy designed for additive technologies.
Open letter to the LME dated 16th November
RUSAL naturally welcomes the LME’s decision not to delist its brands from the exchange.
RUSAL adopts a Responsible Sourcing Policy
Krasnoyarsk, 9 November 2022 – The Board of RUSAL, a leading global aluminium producer, approved a Responsible Sourcing Policy.
Statement from RUSAL following recent media reports
RUSAL has noted an article published on November 3rd by Reuters regarding actions by one of its competitors, clearly for their own benefit, who are seeking a boycott of Russian metal on the London Metal Exchange (LME). A number of industry associations have recently and publicly stated that such a move would be to the clear detriment of the aluminium consuming industry, and furthermore to the benefit of its competitors.