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How Alcoa Inc. Makes Most of Its Money
Aluminum giant Alcoa Inc. (NYSE:AA) and specialty parts maker Arconic Inc (NYSE:ARNC) split apart in late 2016. That's brought Alcoa back to its roots, so to speak, as an aluminum producer. However, there's more to understand, here, as Alcoa charts its own course into the future. Here's a quick primer on Alcoa today and how it makes most of its money.
The build-up and break-up
Leading up to the November 2016 split of Aloca and Arconic, "old" Alcoa was aggressively acquiring specialty parts business like RTI Metals, which expanded its exposure to both aerospace parts and titanium. But that $1.5 billion deal is just a single example; there were plenty of other acquisitions made as "old" Alcoa attempted to manage through a difficult commodity market by shifting up the value chain.
Along the way, though, "old" Alcoa was also rightsizing the commodity aluminum business. That included selling assets and shutting down older production facilities. The end goal was to cut costs and improve the efficiency of a struggling business. In other words, on the way to the split up the company, it was also upgrading its aluminum business so it could stand on its own.
It made a great deal of headway. Alcoa went from the 51st percentile on the aluminum cost curve to the 38th percentile between 2010 and 2016, and from the 30th to the 17th in Alumina. When the late 2016 breakup finally took place, the new Alcoa was a much better business than it had been only a few years earlier.Get Started today! - Risk Free