A picture of the Hong Kong Skyline with a smartphone from "The Peak" viewing area


We produce materials essential for human progress

We supply the metals and minerals used to help the world grow

We also want to pioneer a more sustainable future, and believe we can be part of the solution: from helping to develop technology that can make the aluminium smelting process entirely free of direct GHG emissions, to providing the world with the materials it needs – such as copper and titanium – to build a new low-carbon economy and products like electric vehicles and smartphones. In 2018, we also exited fossil fuel production, becoming the only major mining company to do so.


What we produce


Iron Ore

Iron ore, one of the most abundant metals on Earth, is the primary raw material used to make steel
Jet engine blades


Lightweight and infinitely recyclable, aluminium is found in everything from jet engines to electric vehicles to mobile phones
Solar panels


From the days of antiquity, copper has been used for its many benefits
Elliptical stairway in building


Deposited millions of years ago, borates are crystallised salts that contain boron


Lithium is considered a critical mineral by many countries
Aluminium billet, Boyne Smelters


Considered a critical mineral by countries including the United States, Canada and Australia, scandium is a rare, versatile and useful metal.
Rough diamonds from Diavik Diamond Mine in Canada


Diamonds often mark our most unique and important moments, helping us to celebrate the best things in life
Metal end product

Ferrous Metallics

Ferrous metals are any metal that contains iron. Because of their strength, you can find ferrous metals in everyday items from skyscrapers to cars.
Salt banner


Salt is essential for human life. A well-known food ingredient, salt is also critical for many industries
Titanium used in planes

Titanium Dioxide

Titanium is used in some of the world's most challenging places