The 2013-net losses at Siberia-Ural Aluminum Company (RAS) moved up 19.84% to 6.555bn rub. from 5.47bn rub., the company informed.
The revenues climbed up 0.38% to 94.645bn rub. from 94.283bn rub.; losses from sales dropped 9.85% to 3.609bn rub. from 4.503bn rub.; pretax losses increased 16.73% to 7.649bn rub. from 6.553bn rub.
SUAL (TIN 6612005052) is a vertically integrated company included into the 10-list of the largest aluminum producers in the world. It includes the entities producing bauxites, alumina, semi-products.
The Group involves Bogoslovsky, Uralsky, Irkugsky, Kandalakshsky, Nadvoitsky and Volgogradsky aluminum plants, Volkhovsky Aluminum, Pikalevsky Alumina.
In 2007 SUAL merged its assets with Russian Aluminum and Swiss Glencore to form the largest company in the world (United Company Rusal).
The 2012-net losses reached (RAS) 5.47bn rub. against 1.268bn rub. in profit prior year; revenues tumbled 5.69% to come to 94.283bn rub. from 99.967bn rub.; losses from sales coming to 4.503bn rub. vs. 4.34bn rub.; pretax losses - 6.553bn rub. vs. 1.688bn rub. in profit.