The Grundartangi primary aluminum plant of Nordural was energized in June 1998 with an original capacity of 60,000 metric tons per year and 160 employees. In 2015 we produced approximately 312,000 metric tons and
the number of employees has grown to approximately 600.
Nordural is one of Iceland´s largest industrial facilities and the largest employer in the western part of Iceland. The company has created stable employment and has played an important role in securing residence in the local municipalities.
Power is supplied from geothermal and hydro sources.
Standard ingot (20-22 kg) in primary grades P0610, P1015, P1020 and primary foundry alloy grade A356.
Quality Management ISO 9001
Environmental Management ISO 14001
Occupational Health and Safety Management ISO 18001
Nordural´s Procurement Department provides efficient and responsive procurement services and obtains high quality goods and services at reasonable costs. These services are provided to the plants many different departments.
Further information on purchasing processes and practices can be found in Nordural’s general procurement terms here
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Tel: +354 430 1000
Nordural and the community
Each year Nordural supports dozens of various community projects.
Nordural is for example the main sponsor of the Akranes football club. The sponsorship program includes both men and women in senior category and children and youth program for boys and girls.
We believe that our success is linked to the health and well-being of the communities around our Nordural plants and offices.
The Helguvik project
We are actively pursuing a new greenfield aluminum reduction project near Helguvik, Iceland, approximately 30 miles (48 kilometers) from the capital city of Reykjavik. Construction activity is significantly curtailed pending confirmation from power suppliers that they will be able to deliver the required power to the project.
Here you will find Google map with the route from Keflavik international airport to our plant at Grundartangi. Click here.