Hindalco- Company presentationPresentation Transcript
About the Company
An industry leader in aluminium and copper.
World's largest aluminium rolling company and
one of the biggest producers of primary aluminium
World’s largest copper smelter at a single location.
Established in 1958, the company started its first
aluminium facility at Renukoot in eastern Uttar
Pradesh, India in 1962.
Later with acquisitions and mergers, with Indal,
Birla Copper and the Nifty and Mt. Gordon
copper mines in Australia, strengthened the
company’s position in value-added alumina,
aluminium and copper products.
The acquisition of Novelis Inc. in 2007
positioned the company among the top five
aluminium majors worldwide and the largest
vertically integrated aluminium company in
Today the company has a global footprint in 13
countries with a consolidated turnover of USD
14.8 billion (`80,193 crore).
The Company deals in business of:
Alumina chemicals (8%)
Primary aluminium (10%)
Aluminium extrusions (2%)
Aluminium rolled products (11%)
Foil and packaging (3%)
SAP, DAP, Complexes precious metals (14%)
Copper Cathodes (26%)
Concast copper rods (26%)
Aluminium and other
Copper and other copper
Acquisitions and Mergers
In June 2000, acquisition of controlling stake in
Indian Aluminium Company Limited (Indal) with
74.6 per cent equity holding.
On 11 February 2007, the company entered into
an agreement to acquire the Canadian company
Novelis for US$6 billion, making the combined
entity the world's largest rolled-aluminium
On 15 May 2007, the acquisition was completed
with Novelis shareholders receiving $44.93 per
outstanding share of common stock.
Hindalco, through its wholly owned subsidiary AV
Metals Inc., acquired 75,415,536 common shares
of Novelis, representing 100 percent of the issued
and outstanding common shares.
In July 2007, Hindalco announced it is acquiring
the stake of Alcan Inc. in the Utkal Alumina Project
located in Orissa.
Hindalco is listed on the 2013 Forbes Global 2000
at the position 895.
Hindalco has won several awards for
community welfare, environment protection, and
also for quality and export performance.
Like The prestigious “CII Award”
“IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj Quality Award”
“Greentech Safety Gold Award” 2011 in power
sector for outstanding achievement in safety
management, by Greentech Foundation, New
"NIPM Gold Award for Best HR Practices“
“Greentech Gold Safety Award” 2010 for
Occupational Health and Safety Management
“Golden Peacock Award” for Corporate Social
Responsibility for the year 2010
"Best Exporter Award“
“National Energy Conservation Award”
"Commendation for Safety Innovation Award
“The National Energy Conservation Award”
The Company Initiatives
Choosing the right technology for greenfield
projects to ensure energy efficiency.
Enhancing material efficiency, process / equipment
productivity backed by pollution prevention
practices and adoption of cleaner technologies for
Waste Management System for systematic
collection of scrap and safe storage / disposal and
re-use of wastes.
Continuous efforts to conserve
resources, minimize and recycle wastes.
Long before corporate social responsibility found
a place in the corporate lexicon, it was already
textured into the Group's value system
For over 50 years, Hindalco has worked in the
hinterlands of India to better the quality of life of
the under-privileged sections of society.
They are working on the scheme “Winning
Focus Areas are :
Regular Heath Camps
Skill Training/Capacity Building
SWOT Analysis of Hindalco
Global brand image.
Cost effective producer.
Sound financial position.
A high degree quality consciousness is the core
competence of the company.
Company has a well-established distribution
network, covering a geographically wide and scattered
A number of Brownfield & Greenfield projects.
Industrial peace as, there has been no major strike in last 22
A well focused human resources development.
Serve maximum customer satisfaction.
Present production capacity is not adequate to
meet the rising high demand.
Technology is not upgraded to mark as compare
to global giants in aluminium industry.
R & D collaboration with universities and another
More emphasis on downstream production of
value added products.
Recycling should be adopted as routine
Raising more finance from marketing for more
acquisition and merger for consolidating position in
the global market.
Aluminium, continuous to be strong with a growth
in transportation sector 16%, construction
15%, passenger car 25%, two wheeler segments
14% respectively during FY07.
Strong domestic and global competitors, such
as TATA, POSCO, MITTLE, ESSAR .
Innovative revolution in plastic and steel
Fall in prices of Al. in neighboring countries.
The Company wants to be an player in the
logistics sector and wants to expand in the
space and establish auto logistics hubs across