Aluminium smelting in Iceland is the most important power-intensive industry in the country. Iceland's oldest aluminum smelter was established 42 years ago, but up until 2000, aluminum never accounted for more than about 3% of gross domestic product, on average. Currently there are three plants in operation in the aluminum industry in Iceland. The metal already accounts for about one-seventh of Iceland's entire economic output. Here you’ll find a list of major aluminium companies in Iceland.
Alcoa is the world’s leading producer of primary aluminum and fabricated aluminum, as well as the world’s largest miner of bauxite and refiner of alumina.
Nordural is owned by Century Aluminum which is headquartered in Monterey, California in the United States. Century Aluminum is a primary aluminum producer, supplying standard-grade, high-purity and value-added primary aluminum products...
Rio Tinto Alcan Iceland Ltd. is owned by the global leader in aluminium, Rio Tinto Alcan and is one of the biggest industrial companies in Iceland.