We produce iron ore for steel, aluminium for cars and smart phones, copper for wind turbines, diamonds that set the standard for “responsible”, titanium for household products and borates for crops that feed the world.
Rio Tinto is a mining and metals company operating in about 35 countries around the world.
We produce materials essential for human progress.
Iron ore, one of the most abundant metals on Earth, is the primary raw material used to make steel.
We work in about 35 countries – in mines, smelters and refineries, as well as in sales offices, data centres, research and development labs.
Oyu Tolgoi is one of the largest known copper and gold deposits in the world. It is also one of the most modern, safe and sustainable operations in the world.
We work hard to leave a lasting, positive legacy everywhere we work.
We believe that greater transparency and accountability helps build trust and encourages sustainable business practices across our industry.
We aim to deliver superior returns to our shareholders while safeguarding the environment and meeting our obligations to wider society.
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From underground miners to data scientists, we want your hard work, dedication and outside-the-box thinking.
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Beauty and integrity.
He’s smart, he’s tough, he keeps us safe – and bonus, he saves us money too.
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We're passionate about producing this high-quality, groundbreaking material.
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We’re working with the transport industry to move Australia forward.
Technology is changing the shape of the mining industry.
From big data to building the first autonomous train, innovation is part of our DNA.
We make the stuff you use every day.
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We've turned one of our ships into a floating laboratory to monitor the Great Barrier Reef.
We’re doing our part to help car manufacturers build lighter, stronger and more fuel-efficient vehicles.
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