What's New January 15, 2014
Alcoa to Permanently Close Remaining Potlines at Massena East Smelter
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July 1, 2013
Massena Celebrates Next Phase of Modernization
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April 5, 2013
EPA Issues Record of Decision on Grasse River Remediation
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Second Quarter 2014 Business UpdateAlcoaCarriers

Alcoa’s Massena Operations is the longest continually operating aluminum facility in the world, serving customers in the automotive, transportation, aerospace and industrial distribution markets. Currently employing approximately 825 people, Massena Operations contributes $340 million annually to the local economic in payroll, local purchases and tax payments and supporting dozens of community programs and events each year.

 

At its Massena facility, Alcoa operates an integrated aluminum smelting/fabricating facility. The smelter produces 130,000 metric tons of molten aluminum per year. Electrical power is purchased through a long-term contract with the New York Power Authority.

 

The former Reynolds Metals St. Lawrence Reduction Plant became Massena East in 2000, when Alcoa and Reynolds merged. Massena East's 500 Soderberg pots were permanently shut down in March 2014.

 

Massena Alcoans share Alcoa’s vision and determination to be the best aluminum company in the world. For more than a century we have been producing aluminum with a pride and commitment that has made Massena Operations an industry leader and earned us recognition for our superior quality and safety efforts. We are an ISO 9002 and QS 9000 manufacturing quality certified supplier.