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RUSAL, the world’s largest aluminum producer, is pleased to announce that the first phase of the western modernization of its aluminum division has been completed.
Modernization has significantly increased the value-added products (VAP) share of the company’s three smelters. Volkhov aluminum smelter (24,000 tons of VAP per year) reached 100%, Nadvoitsy aluminum smelter reached 80% (60,000 tons of VAP) and 100% Ural Aluminum smelter (75,000 tons of VAP per year).
The modernization of the Volgograd and Kandalaksha aluminum smelters is scheduled to be completed in the first quarter of 2013. This will allow the smelter to produce 165,000 tons and 75,000 tons of VAP respectively: the Kandalakasa smelter will produce wire rod, and the Volgograd smelter will produce increased slab production. The output of alloys at the Bogoslovsk aluminum smelter is increasing-the plant will be able to produce alloys in the form of small ingots and slabs for rolling mills
After the modernization is completed, all smelters in this sector will reach 100% of the VAP share (wire rod, foundry, slab) in output. These products are used in the energy, wire, rolling, automotive and aerospace industries.
In the first quarter of 2012, the share of primary aluminum in Russian aluminum sales was 63%, slabs-11%, extruded billets-10%, cast alloys-8%, wire rods-7%, and other products-1%.
RUSAL and VEB intend to cooperate to create production facilities to produce aluminum and aluminum alloy-based auto parts, rolling and cable products.
The finished product will be supplied to the Russian market. For example, both Russian and foreign automakers have pledged to increase the share of Russian-made parts used in their factories, and they will become potential consumers of such auto parts.
As a party to the agreement, Rusal is ready to attract investors, provide them with the existing industrial infrastructure, and ensure the supply of aluminum to the production base. In turn, VEB will consider participating in investment projects proposed by RUSAL that comply with VEB’s investment and financial policies.
The two parties intend to hold a joint meeting with potential investors to explain the details of industrial production and the financial structure of the investment project.
The new facilities will be located in Bogoslovsk, Urals, Nadvoitsy, Kandalaksha, Volkhov and Volgograd aluminum smelters or other factories located in the main body of the Russian Federation.
“In today’s unfavorable market environment, attracting new partners to build new facilities to produce high-tech value-added aluminum products will promote industrial development in Russia, create more jobs and promote wider aluminum consumption growth. This in turn will help To restore the balance between supply and demand in the industry,” commented Alexey Arnautov, head of the western aluminum division of Rusal.
RUSAL has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Israeli company Omen High Pressure Die Casting (Omen) to begin retrofitting its loss-making facilities. The memorandum outlines the details of creating a joint venture (JV) to produce auto parts. The joint venture will be located at the Volkhov Aluminum Smelter (VAZ).