Arconic Inc. (Formerly Value-Add business units of Alcoa, Inc.)
-The Company is a global leader in lightweight metals engineering and manufacturing. The Company's multi-material products, which include aluminum, titanium, and nickel, are used worldwide in aerospace, automotive, commercial transportation, packaging, building and construction, oil and gas, defense, consumer electronics, and industrial applications.
-The Company's operations consist of five worldwide segments: Alumina, Primary Metals, Global Rolled Products, Engineered Products and Solutions, and Transportation and Construction Solutions.
-The separation of Alcoa Inc. into two standalone companies – Arconic Inc. and Alcoa Corporation – took effect on November 1, 2016.
- Alcoa Corporation: The future Upstream company will operate under the Alcoa name. The Upstream company will comprise the five business units that today make up Global Primary Products: Bauxite, Alumina, Aluminum, Cast Products and Energy.
- Arconic Inc.: The new company will include the three business segments that today comprise Alcoa’s Value-Add portfolio: Global Rolled Products, Engineered Products and Solutions, and Transportation and Construction Solutions. Arconic will be a leading global provider of high-performance materials and engineered products to the aerospace, automotive and other growth industries.
-The Company projects the value-added sheet products it provides to car makers will grow four times by the end of 2015, and ten times by 2025 comparing the use in 2014.
-Application of the Company's aluminum to cars increases from today to tomorrow.
- Hood (sheet)
- Side panel outer
- Decklid (sheet)
- Body inner structure
- Radiator (brazing sheet)
- Engine block
- Transmission case (castings)
- Drive shaft (Drawn tube)
- Wheels (Forged)
- Door inner
- Side sill
- Rear side member
- Center pillar
- Front roof rail
- Hood ledge
- Front side member
- Front outrigger
- Seat crossmember
- Front floor center reinforcement
-Advantages of aluminium and bonding technology
- Lighter weight: up to 28% lighter than steel
- Lower life-cycle CO2: 17% lower
- 20 to 25% fewer joining points
- More than 30% reduction in Body-in-White assembly time.
(From a presentation material in January 2014)
-Listed on NY Stock Exchange.
Design, engineering and fabrication
Foil sheets/Fin stocks
Sheets and plates
Wheels stock sheet
|1907||Adopted the company name, Alcoa Inc.|
|1984||Jointly with Fujikura Ltd. of Japan, established a joint venture, Alcoa Fujikura Ltd., to produce fiber optics.|
|1986||Alcoa Fujikura purchased Pep Industries, a subsidiary of the Company, which makes automotive wire harnesses.|
|1991||Alcoa Fujikura Ltd. acquired a majority interest in Stribel GmbH, a German producer of original equipment electrical, electromechanical and electronic components for automobiles.|
|Oct. 1991||Established a wholly owned subsidiary, Alcoa Automotive Structures & Technology GmbH.|
|1992||Jointly with Kobe Steel Ltd. of Japan, established two joint venture companies in USA and Japan.|
|1993||The Company's Extrusion/Tube System business unit and VAW Aluminium AG, Germany, established a joint venture, Alcoa VAW Hanover Presswork Gmbh & Co. KG in Germany.|
|1994||Alcoa Fujikura Ltd. acquired 90% share of Michels GmbH & Co KG in Germany.|
|Jul. 1998||Acquired all of the outstanding shares of Alumax Inc. for approximately 3.8 billion dollars.|
|Aug. 1999||Acquired the remaining 50% interest in A-CMI, a joint venture formed in 1995 between the Company and CMI International, from Hayes Lemmerz International Inc. (In February 1999, Hayes Lemmerz International acquired CMI International.)|
|May 2000||Acquired Reynolds Metals Co. Each share of Reynolds common stock was converted into 1.06 shares of the Company's common stock.|
|Mar. 2002||Alcoa Fujikura Ltd. acquired 100% ownership of EPC.|
|2006||Established a new entity in Johannesburg, South Africa, called Alcoa South Africa (Pty) Ltd.|
|Nov. 2016||The separation of Alcoa Inc. into two standalone companies, Arconic Inc. and Alcoa Corporation.|
Supplemental Information 1
>>>Business Report up until FY ended Dec. 31, 2012
>>>Business Report up until FY ended Dec. 31, 2014
-A figure in brackets ( ) indicates a loss
-This report includes information of Alcoa, Inc. through the fiscal year ended December 31, 2015, prior to its restructuring.
>>>Alcoa official site