Russian Copper Company (RCC) was founded in 2004 and is now one of the biggest copper producers in Russia.
Russian Copper Company is a vertically integrated holding with operational assets in the Chelyabinsk Region, the Sverdlovsk Region, the Orenburg Region, the Novgorod Region, and the Khabarovsk Krai. In the Republic of Kazakhstan, the RCC enterprises operate in the Aktyubinsk region.
The total number of employees of RCC Group is over 11.5 thousand.
RCC Group manages eight mining enterprises, a hydrometallurgical plant, three metallurgical plants, and a trading company. Together, they cover the complete production cycle, from mining and processing to production and sales.
RCC produces copper concentrate, copper cathodes, and copper rods, as well as zinc concentrate, refined gold, and refined silver.
RCC applies the best available technologies and eco-friendly solutions in mining and processing minerals and producing refined copper.
RCC's production facilities are able to produce more than 220,000 tons of copper cathodes and 235,000 tons of copper rods per year.