In Guinea, Alcoa is a joint owner of Compagnie des Bauxites de Guinée, (CBG). CBG was formed in 1963 by the Government of Guinea and Halco Partners to develop bauxite in the Boké region. The Government of Guinea owns 49%, and Halco Partners, which is comprised of Alcoa (22.95%), Rio Tinto Alcan (22.95%) and DADCO (5.10%), own 51%.
With approximately 2,400 employees, the Company exploits the world-class Sangarédi bauxite deposit in northwestern Guinea, recognized for its rich ore body containing more than 50 per cent alumina. CBG exports a total of about 15.2 million tons of high-grade bauxite annually Mining rights extend until 2038.
Alcoa office in Guinea is located at:
6e étage, App. #1
Commune de Kaloum