Free Essay

Manager

In: Business and Management

Submitted By strelina
Words 6588
Pages 27
1993 Operating Cost of Aluminum plants worldwide
(contains no depreciation or other charge for capital) ($/ton except where noted)

Smelter Country Company Capacity (tpy) Electricity usage (kWh/t) Electricity price ($/kWh) Electricity cost ($/ton): Alumina usage (t/t Al) Alumina price ($/t Alumina) Alumina cost ($/ton): Other raw materials ($/ton) Plant power and fuel ($/ton) Consumables ($/ton) Maintenance ($/ton) Labor ($/ton) Freight ($/ton) General and administrative ($/ton)
Marginal cost Total Cost (excl. Depr.)

capacity

marginal cost

2500.00

2000.00

1500.00

1000.00

500.00

0.00 0 5000

1 Zaporozhye Ukraine CIS 100 17 454 0,008 136,45 1,94 146,58 283,78 58,28 4,04 67,31 32,57 17,27 48,86 72,16
527,37

2 Sumgait Azerbaijan CIS 60 18 271 0,006 113,08 1,94 150,92 292,19 64,01 0,72 88,51 32,57 10,91 65,15 67,80
545,33

3 Sorocaba A Brazil Other 122 15 769 0,005 85,61 1,94 111,83 216,51 156,19 6,51 79,28 30,13 150,40 43,43 57,66
652,15

4 Sayansk Russia CIS 323 15 897 0,007 117,38 1,95 206,30 402,28 49,37 5,25 61,36 44,79 13,97 70,58 69,07
653,57

Zaporozhye Ukraine CIS
100

Sumgait Azerbaijan CIS
160

Sorocaba A Brazil Other
282

Sayansk Russia CIS
605

527,37

545,33

652,15

653,57

marginal cost

marginal cost

10000

15000

20000

25000

5 Nadvoitsy Russia CIS 60 18 154 0,008 145,86 1,95 190,01 370,52 63,64 5,99 91,75 48,86 21,93 70,58 62,17
672,53

6 Irkutsk Russia CIS 260 18 974 0,006 113,31 1,95 206,30 402,28 70,77 4,50 50,39 44,79 16,38 70,58 64,91
673,32

7 Tursunzade (Regar) Tajikistan CIS 520 17 846 0,002 29,07 1,94 260,59 504,50 59,15 4,49 73,37 40,72 10,26 70,58 65,50
673,54

8 Uralsky Russia CIS 70 16 410 0,014 229,85 1,95 147,67 287,95 68,69 4,50 100,02 36,64 16,52 70,58 62,23
673,58

Nadvoitsy Russia CIS
665

Irkutsk Russia CIS
925

Tursunzade (Regar) Tajikistan CIS
1445

Uralsky Russia CIS
1515

672,53

673,32

673,54

673,58

9 Kandalaksha Russia CIS 65 16 821 0,010 160,72 1,95 190,01 370,52 65,01 4,50 84,80 36,64 13,56 70,58 65,64
680,38

10 Laterriere Canada Alcan 204 14 215 0,005 67,48 1,94 179,39 347,30 98,47 2,13 170,22 52,93 129,90 39,09 65,69
682,24

11 Portland Australia Other 320 14 718 0,010 149,37 1,92 167,65 321,89 114,25 12,28 37,32 79,65 59,64 43,43 75,22
688,58

12 Novokuznetsk 1V Russia CIS 165 18 168 0,008 144,00 1,95 201,95 393,81 62,18 3,80 76,31 34,20 21,23 70,58 63,86
691,80

Kandalaksha Russia CIS
1580

Laterriere Canada Alcan
1784

Portland Australia Other
2104

Novokuznetsk 1V Russia CIS
2269

680,38

682,24

688,58

691,80

13 Grand Baie Canada Alcan 180 14 215 0,005 67,48 1,94 179,39 347,30 95,66 10,00 42,16 52,93 149,85 39,09 66,27
699,38

14 Arvida 2 Canada Alcan 147 15 590 0,005 74,01 1,94 171,79 332,59 99,76 10,97 62,09 52,93 153,95 39,09 65,98
699,39

15 Bratsk Russia CIS 850 17 744 0,006 105,96 1,95 233,44 455,21 57,34 4,99 63,23 48,86 15,27 70,58 74,15
704,36

16 Novokuznetsk 1H Russia CIS 85 18 168 0,008 144,00 1,95 201,95 393,81 62,18 3,80 59,77 34,20 36,36 70,58 65,25
706,93

Grand Baie Canada Alcan
2449

Arvida 2 Canada Alcan
2596

Bratsk Russia CIS
3446

Novokuznetsk 1H Russia CIS
3531

699,38

699,39

704,36

706,93

17 Volgograd Russia CIS 168 18 564 0,009 175,36 1,95 198,70 387,46 58,61 4,99 88,44 36,64 18,21 70,58 64,49
710,22

18 Krasnoyarsk Russia CIS 750 17 641 0,008 139,83 1,95 233,44 455,21 58,98 4,50 67,55 44,79 18,00 70,58 75,68
742,60

19 Alba 3 Bahrain State 230 13 949 0,013 178,71 1,92 191,70 368,07 103,37 2,75 50,92 37,46 55,07 38,00 63,77
743,23

20 Dunkirk France Pechiney 215 14 000 0,013 177,25 1,92 188,08 360,17 88,93 11,64 36,50 51,30 88,23 29,32 88,44
743,90

Volgograd Russia CIS
3699

Krasnoyarsk Russia CIS
4449

Alba 3 Bahrain State
4679

Dunkirk France Pechiney
4894

710,22

742,60

743,23

743,90

21 Asahan Indonesia State 225 15 353 0,015 225,27 1,94 175,94 340,61 109,05 20,52 42,98 37,46 35,36 38,00 47,61
748,30

22 Tomago Australia Pechiney 355 14 256 0,014 195,86 1,94 162,24 314,09 104,10 13,85 27,02 37,46 93,53 43,43 93,38
751,01

23 Point Henry B Australia Alcoa 106 15 462 0,010 156,46 1,94 176,13 341,00 119,31 12,83 48,69 86,70 94,17 43,43 83,21
754,36

24 Alouette Canada Other 215 14 462 0,013 186,23 1,92 176,61 339,09 85,21 8,12 34,40 69,22 108,44 39,09 101,13
758,05

Asahan Indonesia State
5119

Tomago Australia Pechiney
5474

Point Henry B Australia Alcoa
5580

Alouette Canada Other
5795

748,30

751,01

754,36

758,05

25 Bogoslovsk Russia CIS 160 17 692 0,014 247,81 1,95 182,41 355,70 68,76 4,99 72,10 36,64 17,73 70,58 70,92
760,57

26 Karmoy 2 Norway Hydro 113 13 590 0,013 183,14 1,94 178,79 346,14 94,86 10,38 145,76 40,72 111,70 32,57 76,99
768,41

27 Baie Comeau 2 Canada Reynolds 120 14 133 0,011 159,44 1,94 184,82 357,81 88,83 3,09 166,30 52,93 124,17 39,09 65,09
769,34

28 Deschambault Canada Alumax 212 14 462 0,012 172,72 1,92 204,80 393,22 88,44 7,54 38,29 52,93 82,00 39,09 67,71
775,48

Bogoslovsk Russia CIS
5955

Karmoy 2 Norway Hydro
6068

Baie Comeau 2 Canada Reynolds
6188

Deschambault Canada Alumax
6400

760,57

768,41

769,34

775,48

29 Saramenha A Brazil Alcan 10 16 718 0,007 108,91 1,94 169,38 327,92 140,58 2,08 81,76 30,13 158,65 43,43 59,18
779,49

30 Volkhov Russia CIS 20 19 692 0,012 226,64 1,95 193,27 376,87 88,43 6,63 108,99 40,72 19,44 70,58 62,93
781,97

31 Belem Brazil State 345 15 138 0,011 172,59 1,94 174,95 338,71 99,33 9,90 42,04 48,86 133,51 43,43 48,58
787,56

32 Alcoa Tennessee A USA Alcoa 110 14 821 0,008 125,52 1,94 182,65 353,61 109,13 11,09 51,32 69,81 159,76 40,17 62,76
788,19

Saramenha A Brazil Alcan
6410

Volkhov Russia CIS
6430

Belem Brazil State
6775

Alcoa Tennessee A USA Alcoa
6885

779,49

781,97

787,56

788,19

33 Baie Comeau 3 Canada Reynolds 120 13 949 0,013 179,62 1,94 184,82 357,81 88,83 3,09 173,53 52,93 125,55 39,09 65,09
790,90

34 35 36 Badin A Becancour Ardal 2A USA Canada Norway Alcoa Reynolds/Alumax/Pechiney/State Hydro 57,5 360 86,7 14 154 0,008 119,87 1,94 182,65 353,61 100,27 11,09 48,15 87,78 191,98 40,17 88,83
805,90

13 846 0,013 178,45 1,94 191,18 370,12 83,55 8,12 35,78 52,93 136,65 39,09 65,91
807,86

15 004 0,011 165,44 1,94 178,79 346,14 106,96 36,80 59,85 40,72 161,67 32,57 91,50
812,79

Baie Comeau 3 Canada Reynolds
7005

Badin A Becancour Ardal 2A USA Canada Norway Alcoa Reynolds/Alumax/Pechiney/State Hydro
7062,5 7422,5 7509,2

790,90

805,90

807,86

812,79

37 Venalum Venezuela State 400 15 847 0,012 184,53 1,94 207,07 400,88 163,93 7,04 102,39 37,46 47,91 27,14 41,97
824,40

38 Kitimat Canada Alcan 272 17 397 0,003 60,18 1,94 186,23 360,54 147,15 3,09 36,22 52,93 223,64 39,09 66,00
830,60

39 Wentachee A USA Alcoa 77 15 866 0,008 134,37 1,94 182,65 353,61 113,47 10,76 52,66 93,14 191,86 40,17 60,88
833,48

40 Alba Bahrain State 221 16 000 0,01 204,99 1,93 191,70 369,99 113,74 2,75 50,98 38,55 107,42 38,00 67,17
834,14

Venalum Venezuela State
7909,2

Kitimat Canada Alcan
8181,2

Wentachee A USA Alcoa
8258,2

Alba Bahrain State
8479,2

824,40

830,60

833,48

834,14

41 Hoyanger 2A Norway Hydro 33 14 256 0,012 168,11 1,94 178,79 346,14 100,06 10,38 170,26 40,72 189,21 32,57 92,69
836,10

42 Boyne Island Australia Comalco 244 14 338 0,022 318,78 1,92 147,95 284,07 101,16 10,23 49,25 37,46 95,66 43,43 92,22
843,10

43 Sunndalsora 2 Norway Hydro 71 13 518 0,011 151,12 1,94 178,79 346,14 113,54 36,80 62,97 40,72 208,55 32,57 92,74
851,93

44 Mosjoen 2 Norway Alcoa/Elkem 75 14 138 0,012 171,05 1,94 191,91 371,54 104,61 10,38 168,27 51,30 174,23 32,57 93,12
854,01

Hoyanger 2A Norway Hydro
8512,2

Boyne Island Australia Comalco
8756,2

Sunndalsora 2 Norway Hydro
8827,2

Mosjoen 2 Norway Alcoa/Elkem
8902,2

836,10

843,10

851,93

854,01

45 Kurri Kurri Australia Alcan 150 16 554 0,014 228,42 1,94 177,22 343,10 102,40 16,06 73,49 52,93 141,14 43,43 51,62
858,50

46 Beauharnois Canada Alcan 48 17 349 0,005 82,36 1,94 179,39 347,30 146,58 3,09 64,39 52,93 245,28 39,09 84,06
860,61

47 Point Henry A Australia Alcoa 74 15 464 0,018 278,01 1,94 177,22 343,10 119,31 12,83 49,79 86,70 94,03 43,43 82,46
877,87

48 Alcasa Venezuela CVG 210 16 864 0,012 196,37 1,94 210,06 406,67 184,34 12,68 110,74 40,72 67,77 27,14 42,04
882,28

Kurri Kurri Australia Alcan
9052,2

Beauharnois Canada Alcan
9100,2

Point Henry A Australia Alcoa
9174,2

Alcasa Venezuela CVG
9384,2

858,50

860,61

877,87

882,28

49 Guizhou China State 160 14 779 0,024 355,38 1,94 168,30 325,82 109,17 13,81 43,97 74,10 18,01 76,00 45,45
884,39

50 Lochaber UK Alcan 38 14 287 0,010 146,74 1,94 182,65 353,61 101,33 3,65 132,68 51,30 251,53 38,00 88,81
891,21

51 Straumsvik Iceland Alusuisse 100 15 641 0,014 213,98 1,94 188,08 364,12 110,70 2,39 160,38 51,30 150,19 54,29 95,56
893,28

52 Tiwai Point New Zealand Comalco 259 15 692 0,018 289,19 1,94 159,35 308,51 138,91 20,62 44,55 37,46 112,86 48,86 88,82
898,33

Guizhou China State
9544,2

Lochaber UK Alcan
9582,2

Straumsvik Iceland Alusuisse
9682,2

Tiwai Point New Zealand Comalco
9941,2

884,39

891,21

893,28

898,33

53 Shawinigan Falls Canada Alcan 84 17 399 0,005 82,59 1,94 179,39 347,30 146,58 3,09 61,48 52,93 287,79 39,09 67,16
903,36

54 Isle Maligne Canada Alcan 73 17 399 0,005 82,59 1,94 179,39 347,30 161,69 3,09 85,42 52,93 274,31 39,09 68,11
904,99

55 Husnes Norway Hydro 80 15 641 0,013 206,00 1,94 197,61 382,58 100,40 10,38 175,41 40,72 185,64 32,57 93,62
907,19

56 Sao Luis Brazil Other 357 14 154 0,022 307,29 1,94 171,58 332,17 127,68 13,81 50,57 79,35 100,51 43,43 46,36
911,08

Shawinigan Falls Canada Alcan
10025,2

Isle Maligne Canada Alcan
10098,2

Husnes Norway Hydro
10178,2

Sao Luis Brazil Other
10535,2

903,36

904,99

907,19

911,08

57 Alcoa Massena USA Alcoa 125 14 903 0,017 256,14 1,94 182,65 353,61 106,06 10,76 35,20 72,41 162,19 40,17 71,71
918,17

58 Valco Ghana Kaiser 200 16 373 0,018 293,69 1,94 182,65 353,61 135,86 13,07 41,61 37,46 100,76 48,86 56,13
932,78

59 Hoyanger 2B Norway Hydro 13 14 256 0,019 270,72 1,94 178,79 346,14 100,06 10,38 171,96 40,72 188,69 32,57 93,02
938,19

60 Ferndale USA Alumax 272 13 846 0,020 281,13 1,94 175,50 339,77 94,74 11,09 54,63 67,41 183,29 40,17 54,11
939,11

Alcoa Massena USA Alcoa
10660,2

Valco Ghana Kaiser
10860,2

Hoyanger 2B Norway Hydro
10873,2

Ferndale USA Alumax
11145,2

918,17

932,78

938,19

939,11

61 Nag Hammadi Egypt State 180 15 441 0,018 270,25 1,94 195,58 378,65 205,54 4,40 57,12 30,13 47,04 43,43 49,67
944,91

62 Porto Vesme Italy State 130 15 680 0,017 267,16 1,94 171,55 332,13 141,45 5,96 56,15 66,37 166,18 38,00 61,03
944,92

63 Karmoy 1 Norway Hydro 107 16 769 0,013 225,99 1,94 178,79 346,14 134,61 10,38 61,48 40,72 206,32 32,57 99,09
945,64

64 Ardal 2B Norway Hydro 43,3 15 004 0,021 310,20 1,94 174,14 337,13 106,96 36,80 61,03 40,72 160,83 32,57 94,09
947,69

Nag Hammadi Egypt State
11325,2

Porto Vesme Italy State
11455,2

Karmoy 1 Norway Hydro
11562,2

Ardal 2B Norway Hydro
11605,5

944,91

944,92

945,64

947,69

65 Puerto Madryn Argentina Other 174 15 581 0,017 267,29 1,92 184,68 354,58 133,80 14,14 39,87 37,46 152,03 43,43 86,38
951,13

66 Edea Cameroon Pechiney 84 15 107 0,017 260,82 1,94 211,52 409,50 129,29 10,71 60,81 37,46 104,84 48,86 114,51
953,31

67 Hamburg Germany Reynolds/VAW/State 120 14 912 0,018 274,75 1,89 177,81 335,71 93,04 33,71 46,91 51,30 218,51 31,49 83,20
953,50

68 Arvida 1 Canada Alcan 85 17 400 0,005 82,60 1,94 171,79 332,59 146,58 3,09 63,84 52,93 353,10 39,09 65,61
953,95

Puerto Madryn Argentina Other
11779,5

Edea Cameroon Pechiney
11863,5

Hamburg Germany Reynolds/VAW/State
11983,5

Arvida 1 Canada Alcan
12068,5

951,13

953,31

953,50

953,95

69 Sundsvall 2 Sweden Other 23,5 13 846 0,022 309,18 1,94 193,60 374,81 103,88 5,30 178,39 51,30 133,62 32,57 97,79
954,06

70 Qinghai China State 150 14 851 0,018 272,74 1,94 248,64 481,37 104,45 12,99 30,62 66,78 33,68 76,00 44,20
968,25

71 Renukoot A India State 135 15 552 0,019 291,21 1,95 190,01 370,52 254,20 27,15 58,51 37,46 22,99 32,57 49,66
971,50

72 Zhengzhou China State 30 15 046 0,030 454,85 1,94 162,87 315,31 107,96 13,81 69,31 52,12 19,11 76,00 36,83
973,24

Sundsvall 2 Sweden Other
12092

Qinghai China State
12242

Renukoot A India State
12377

Zhengzhou China State
12407

954,06

968,25

971,50

973,24

73 Ardal 1A Norway Hydro 33,3 16 718 0,011 184,34 1,94 178,79 346,14 131,69 10,38 61,02 40,72 280,17 32,57 94,88
974,92

74 Holyhead UK Kaiser 127 15 949 0,022 358,82 1,94 171,29 331,62 102,31 10,96 42,76 51,30 155,15 38,00 127,77
985,89

75 Baie Comeau 1 Canada Reynolds 159 14 872 0,011 167,77 1,94 184,82 357,81 160,45 3,09 50,45 52,93 261,10 39,09 75,60
986,23

76 Sunndalsora 1 Norway Hydro 67 16 821 0,011 188,04 1,94 178,79 346,14 140,40 10,38 62,66 40,72 286,23 32,57 92,73
993,39

Ardal 1A Norway Hydro
12440,3

Holyhead UK Kaiser
12567,3

Baie Comeau 1 Canada Reynolds
12726,3

Sunndalsora 1 Norway Hydro
12793,3

974,92

985,89

986,23

993,39

77 Norf Germany VAW 210 16 185 0,024 383,41 1,92 177,81 341,58 101,94 27,72 45,62 51,30 135,74 31,49 94,22
994,15

78 Mosjoen 1 Norway Alcoa/Elkem 45 17 045 0,012 206,22 1,94 191,91 371,54 143,77 10,38 52,54 40,72 242,82 32,57 93,20
996,92

79 Columbia Falls USA Other 168 17 788 0,020 361,16 1,94 170,71 330,50 124,87 3,03 37,36 64,33 142,76 40,17 60,08
999,47

80 Hoyanger 1A Norway Hydro 16 17 436 0,012 205,60 1,94 178,79 346,14 133,75 10,38 57,24 40,72 284,32 32,57 92,69
1002,39

Norf Germany VAW
13003,3

Mosjoen 1 Norway Alcoa/Elkem
13048,3

Columbia Falls USA Other
13216,3

Hoyanger 1A Norway Hydro
13232,3

994,15

996,92

999,47

1002,39

81 Shandong China State 35 15 200 0,029 434,61 1,94 184,58 357,35 116,54 4,47 59,20 52,93 28,36 76,00 34,02
1012,87

82 Warrick A USA Alcoa 255 15 795 0,021 329,27 1,94 182,65 353,61 113,47 10,76 56,09 69,81 180,26 40,17 59,08
1016,80

83 St.Jean France Pechiney 120 13 640 0,027 368,94 1,94 188,08 364,12 92,84 11,64 39,33 51,30 162,40 29,32 100,03
1017,61

84 Wentachee B USA Alcoa 143 15 865 0,020 322,12 1,94 182,65 353,61 113,47 10,76 54,58 93,14 192,41 40,17 60,39
1021,78

Shandong China State
13267,3

Warrick A USA Alcoa
13522,3

St.Jean France Pechiney
13642,3

Wentachee B USA Alcoa
13785,3

1012,87

1016,80

1017,61

1021,78

85 New Madrid USA Noranda 215 14 077 0,026 366,83 1,94 170,61 330,30 107,49 11,09 62,60 58,63 177,08 40,17 94,26
1021,87

86 Kinlochleven UK Alcan 11 16 291 0,010 167,33 1,94 182,65 353,61 136,09 3,65 46,75 40,72 327,62 38,00 89,05
1022,65

87 Orissa India State 218 14 294 0,032 452,38 1,94 176,98 342,64 186,75 20,72 53,53 37,46 10,54 32,57 49,88
1024,89

88 Badin B USA Alcoa 57,5 14 154 0,026 361,15 1,94 182,65 353,61 97,86 11,09 55,88 66,78 180,52 40,17 72,02
1033,31

New Madrid USA Noranda
14000,3

Kinlochleven UK Alcan
14011,3

Orissa India State
14229,3

Badin B USA Alcoa
14286,8

1021,87

1022,65

1024,89

1033,31

89 Auzat France Pechiney 44 13 692 0,025 341,46 1,94 188,08 364,12 108,13 3,33 166,37 51,30 190,77 29,32 101,74
1033,79

90 Jebel Ali Dubai (UAE) State 245 15 651 0,020 312,69 1,94 282,30 546,54 109,69 8,44 45,19 38,93 27,27 38,00 21,31
1034,18

91 Sorocaba B Brazil Other 88 15 770 0,031 484,58 1,94 111,83 216,51 156,19 6,51 83,37 30,13 133,94 43,43 57,70
1034,66

92 San Ciprian Spain State 190 14 400 0,032 455,51 1,94 161,78 313,21 97,22 12,45 49,38 81,83 127,96 43,43 107,80
1086,71

Auzat France Pechiney
14330,8

Jebel Ali Dubai (UAE) State
14575,8

Sorocaba B Brazil Other
14663,8

San Ciprian Spain State
14853,8

1033,79

1034,18

1034,66

1086,71

93 Hannibal USA Other 245 16 826 0,024 406,48 1,94 168,17 325,58 97,84 11,09 65,14 65,96 171,67 40,17 94,58
1041,75

94 Bell Bay Australia Comalco 120 16 215 0,018 285,41 1,94 174,85 338,51 146,00 13,04 66,47 37,46 228,76 43,43 93,28
1042,12

95 Richards Bay 2 South Africa Alusaf 85 15 231 0,025 384,47 1,94 194,15 375,86 148,84 12,86 43,25 37,46 84,29 48,86 70,94
1042,33 1206,84

96 Lian Cheng China State 65 15 272 0,020 308,94 1,94 252,99 489,78 112,33 4,87 57,31 51,30 55,87 76,00 28,10
1042,92

Hannibal USA Other
15098,8

Bell Bay Australia Comalco
15218,8

Richards Bay 2 South Africa Alusaf
15303,8

Lian Cheng China State
15368,8

1041,75

1042,12

1042,33

1042,92

Capital Price Al Cost Al (excl. depr.) Cost Al (excl depr. And G&A) Profit for 10 yr payback (b.t.) Target Al Price

1600 Ml USD 1110 USD/t 1206,84 USD/t 1135,90 USD/t 160 Ml USD/yr 3089,2 1600

97 Lanzhou China State 90 16 517 0,025 405,69 1,94 212,81 412,00 119,03 4,67 41,08 46,42 34,95 76,00 38,38
1047,69

98 Lista Norway Alcoa 80 18 174 0,014 261,63 1,94 211,67 409,79 115,31 10,38 47,58 40,72 234,70 32,57 95,00
1054,01

99 Richards Bay 1 South Africa Alusaf 85 15 667 0,024 370,45 1,94 194,15 375,86 181,19 10,42 50,35 30,13 84,29 48,86 70,94
1060,66

100 Toging A Germany VAW 74 14 831 0,026 390,37 1,94 177,81 344,23 122,76 5,74 229,17 51,30 172,39 31,49 128,54
1061,24

Lanzhou China State
15458,8

Lista Norway Alcoa
15538,8

Richards Bay 1 South Africa Alusaf
15623,8

Toging A Germany VAW
15697,8

1047,69

1054,01

1060,66

1061,24

101 Goldendale USA Other 168 15 692 0,023 366,32 1,94 170,71 330,50 169,63 3,37 61,46 62,70 159,94 40,17 59,45
1066,57

102 Qingtonxia China State 85 15 364 0,025 382,99 1,94 250,81 485,58 116,91 4,87 50,07 52,93 15,48 76,00 36,31
1076,95

103 Fusina Italy State 36 15 404 0,019 292,22 1,94 176,98 342,64 140,45 8,53 58,58 67,41 265,20 38,00 83,11
1078,50

104 Alcoa Tennessee B USA Alcoa 95 14 821 0,028 416,78 1,94 182,65 353,61 109,13 11,09 54,08 69,81 160,13 40,17 62,18
1079,82

Goldendale USA Other
15865,8

Qingtonxia China State
15950,8

Fusina Italy State
15986,8

Alcoa Tennessee B USA Alcoa
16081,8

1066,57

1076,95

1078,50

1079,82

105 Delfzijl Netherlands Aldel 98 15 941 0,026 418,74 1,94 193,00 373,64 108,28 3,40 174,92 48,86 168,53 13,03 81,06
1082,22

106 Longview USA Reynolds 204 16 415 0,020 333,30 1,94 182,65 353,61 156,51 3,03 53,68 63,52 202,79 40,17 75,73
1086,39

107 Baiyin China State 75 16 810 0,022 376,48 1,94 256,24 496,09 112,50 16,24 46,95 55,37 25,94 76,00 32,35
1087,01

108 Hawesville USA Other 186 16 139 0,030 483,66 1,94 159,29 308,38 113,14 9,80 45,90 36,32 150,09 40,17 56,50
1095,44

Delfzijl Netherlands Aldel
16179,8

Longview USA Reynolds
16383,8

Baiyin China State
16458,8

Hawesville USA Other
16644,8

1082,22

1086,39

1087,01

1095,44

109 La Coruna Spain State 78 14 644 0,032 463,23 1,94 161,78 313,21 136,33 3,51 57,83 71,24 142,54 43,43 108,22
1098,74

110 The Dalles USA Other 82 16 742 0,023 390,82 1,94 171,80 332,61 173,00 3,03 75,05 66,78 163,44 40,17 60,09
1100,04

111 Frederick USA Other 174 14 667 0,027 402,90 1,94 175,50 339,77 98,22 12,55 50,68 62,70 219,50 40,17 54,48
1100,56

112 Vancouver USA Other 115 16 433 0,023 383,61 1,94 193,66 374,92 114,18 11,61 61,83 66,37 187,68 40,17 59,43
1100,56

La Coruna Spain State
16722,8

The Dalles USA Other
16804,8

Frederick USA Other
16978,8

Vancouver USA Other
17093,8

1098,74

1100,04

1100,56

1100,56

113 Vlissingen Netherlands Pechiney 175 14 110 0,031 436,54 1,94 188,08 364,12 95,75 16,17 52,35 51,30 202,09 13,03 107,99
1111,53

114 Kambara A Japan Alcan 20 14 728 0,013 194,14 1,94 167,83 324,92 146,11 6,64 61,75 40,72 429,79 19,54 134,87
1114,51

115 Rockdale A USA Alcoa 160 15 949 0,026 422,53 1,94 182,65 353,61 109,31 11,09 28,68 97,94 191,19 40,17 57,99
1116,80

116 Distomon Greece Pechiney/State 148 13 778 0,024 329,13 1,94 218,24 422,51 119,72 18,68 45,19 51,30 191,77 54,29 79,58
1117,41

Vlissingen Netherlands Pechiney
17268,8

Kambara A Japan Alcan
17288,8

Rockdale A USA Alcoa
17448,8

Distomon Greece Pechiney/State
17596,8

1111,53

1114,51

1116,80

1117,41

117 Podgorica (Titograd) Yugoslavia State 110 16 156 0,020 318,90 1,94 223,13 431,97 210,60 34,23 69,70 26,22 114,22 43,43 113,93
1119,12

118 Aratu 2 Brazil Alcan 30 15 292 0,025 375,25 1,94 188,93 365,76 120,18 3,91 56,86 30,13 215,42 43,43 58,85
1120,05

119 Reynolds Massena USA Reynolds 123 17 590 0,019 326,58 1,94 182,65 353,61 145,81 3,03 61,76 59,45 254,95 40,17 73,72
1121,12

120 Lannemezan France Pechiney 43 14 221 0,025 354,64 1,94 188,08 364,12 101,67 4,07 171,08 51,30 272,83 29,32 101,88
1122,57

Podgorica (Titograd) Yugoslavia State
17706,8

Aratu 2 Brazil Alcan
17736,8

Reynolds Massena USA Reynolds
17859,8

Lannemezan France Pechiney
17902,8

1119,12

1120,05

1121,12

1122,57

121 Hoyanger 1B Norway Hydro 7 17 436 0,019 331,10 1,94 178,79 346,14 133,75 10,38 58,67 40,72 280,34 32,57 92,78
1123,90

122 Fushun 2 China State 40 14 933 0,031 458,97 1,94 243,21 470,86 96,15 15,43 48,59 46,42 22,40 76,00 28,58
1124,38

123 Warrick B USA Alcoa 45 15 795 0,027 432,17 1,94 182,65 353,61 113,47 10,76 57,13 69,81 186,72 40,17 61,05
1126,15

124 Lynemouth UK Alcan 130 15 644 0,030 474,38 1,94 182,65 353,61 92,52 11,10 54,21 51,30 168,14 38,00 88,72
1126,65

Hoyanger 1B Norway Hydro
17909,8

Fushun 2 China State
17949,8

Warrick B USA Alcoa
17994,8

Lynemouth UK Alcan
18124,8

1123,90

1124,38

1126,15

1126,65

125 Mead USA Kaiser 200 16 790 0,020 340,90 1,94 182,65 353,61 109,37 10,08 2,02 60,26 286,24 40,17 87,43
1130,30

126 Mount Holly USA Alumax 182 13 897 0,035 487,39 1,94 177,02 342,72 88,27 11,94 50,94 62,70 172,05 40,17 54,70
1130,61

127 Baotou 2 China State 52 14 810 0,027 394,18 1,94 252,99 489,78 123,77 14,21 54,51 48,86 48,02 76,00 27,37
1131,76

128 Rockdale B USA Alcoa 160 15 949 0,027 438,11 1,94 182,65 353,61 109,31 11,09 28,84 97,94 191,19 40,17 57,99
1132,39

Mead USA Kaiser
18324,8

Mount Holly USA Alumax
18506,8

Baotou 2 China State
18558,8

Rockdale B USA Alcoa
18718,8

1130,30

1130,61

1131,76

1132,39

129 Sundsvall 1 Sweden Other 76,5 16 821 0,022 375,60 1,94 193,60 374,81 145,27 5,30 51,01 40,72 205,78 32,57 88,51
1134,02

130 Ardal 1B Norway Hydro 16,7 16 718 0,021 345,63 1,94 178,79 346,14 131,52 10,38 62,48 40,72 280,67 32,57 74,43
1136,54

131 Sebree USA Alcan 180 14 982 0,030 448,96 1,94 182,65 353,61 96,24 11,09 42,25 58,63 199,03 40,17 75,62
1138,01

132 Aviles Spain Inespal 80 14 892 0,032 471,09 1,94 161,78 313,21 134,42 3,51 45,08 68,87 176,96 43,43 90,76
1139,11

Sundsvall 1 Sweden Other
18795,3

Ardal 1B Norway Hydro
18812

Sebree USA Alcan
18992

Aviles Spain Inespal
19072

1134,02

1136,54

1138,01

1139,11

133 Valesul Brazil Billiton 93 16 092 0,030 487,49 1,94 184,58 357,35 96,95 9,67 38,95 37,46 153,98 43,43 36,82
1139,20

134 Essen Germany Other 135 15 179 0,032 479,46 1,94 188,08 364,12 90,69 6,21 160,11 57,00 177,77 31,49 103,70
1143,53

135 Tacoma USA Kaiser 74 17 687 0,020 359,12 1,94 182,65 353,61 137,45 3,59 36,02 69,75 260,01 40,17 102,90
1150,36

136 Ravenswood USA Other 168 15 997 0,026 414,08 1,94 169,63 328,40 130,71 10,76 84,38 62,70 237,72 40,17 68,52
1151,08

Valesul Brazil Billiton
19165

Essen Germany Other
19300

Tacoma USA Kaiser
19374

Ravenswood USA Other
19542

1139,20

1143,53

1150,36

1151,08

137 Fushun 1 China State 70 15 385 0,031 472,83 1,94 243,21 470,86 105,34 4,47 51,36 46,42 27,72 76,00 29,53
1152,75

138 Baotou 1 China State 28 15 528 0,027 413,29 1,94 252,99 489,78 125,49 4,47 71,00 48,86 94,34 76,00 29,55
1198,90

139 Voerde Germany Hogal 78 15 487 0,030 458,61 1,94 199,41 386,06 108,47 16,55 39,63 51,30 234,28 31,49 96,50
1218,91

140 Alwaye India State 20 16 267 0,029 478,90 1,94 201,95 390,98 313,43 7,33 63,41 30,13 18,36 32,57 50,68
1234,25

Fushun 1 China State
19612

Baotou 1 China State
19640

Voerde Germany Hogal
19718

Alwaye India State
19738

1152,75

1198,90

1218,91

1234,25

141 Pocos de Caldas Brazil Alcoa 90 16 177 0,035 558,57 1,95 167,25 325,30 166,58 3,91 75,43 69,26 150,52 43,43 639,59
1244,40

142 Stade Germany VAW 70 16 612 0,028 459,13 1,91 177,81 339,79 100,30 24,14 50,07 51,30 315,14 31,49 105,27
1245,84

143 Saramenha B Brazil Alcan 41 16 718 0,035 577,23 1,94 169,38 327,92 140,58 2,08 86,69 30,13 159,33 43,43 59,70
1248,49 1427,10

144 Venthon France Pechiney 30 14 078 0,027 383,49 1,94 188,08 364,12 195,48 2,12 57,95 51,30 279,79 29,32 101,67
1252,20

Pocos de Caldas Brazil Alcoa
19828

Stade Germany VAW
19898

Saramenha B Brazil Alcan
19939

Venthon France Pechiney
19969

1244,40

1245,84

1248,49

1252,20

145 Steg Switzerland Alusuisse 48 14 872 0,033 490,97 1,94 188,08 364,12 115,98 18,64 55,15 51,30 283,85 16,29 129,72
1271,21

146 Inota Hungary State 33,65 17 110 0,035 603,76 1,94 188,93 365,76 204,26 26,95 25,06 44,79 77,90 45,60 72,90
1297,28

147 Ziar nad Hronom 1 Slovakia State 69 16 307 0,033 531,18 1,94 233,44 451,94 227,09 8,00 50,20 52,93 52,59 43,43 43,74
1306,24

148 Hirakud India State 24 16 826 0,031 522,93 1,94 214,98 416,21 324,05 7,33 91,82 30,13 18,15 32,57 50,50
1313,91

Steg Switzerland Alusuisse
20017

Inota Hungary State
20050,65

Ziar nad Hronom 1 Slovakia State
20119,65

Hirakud India State
20143,65

1271,21

1297,28

1306,24

1313,91

149 Konin Poland State 48 16 615 0,032 530,39 2,10 206,30 433,22 208,81 11,47 45,89 61,07 104,89 43,43 67,20
1320,74

150 Toging B Germany VAW 13 14 673 0,053 772,43 1,94 177,81 344,23 122,76 24,00 232,26 51,30 188,71 31,49 94,37
1459,62

151 Korba India State 100 17 875 0,035 624,24 1,94 237,79 460,35 340,20 1,95 58,56 30,13 20,70 32,57 49,05
1478,06

152 Talum Slovenia State 75 14 610 0,041 602,81 1,94 225,84 437,23 281,16 27,58 68,60 32,57 120,90 43,43 98,30
1485,53

Konin Poland State
20191,65

Toging B Germany VAW
20204,65

Korba India State
20304,65

Talum Slovenia State
20379,65

1320,74

1459,62

1478,06

1485,53

153 Slatina Romania State 265 15 385 0,061 932,26 1,94 206,30 399,39 129,36 20,20 57,39 32,57 29,20 59,72 60,79
1549,94

154 Arak Iran State 120 17 718 0,049 864,79 1,96 222,58 436,26 171,35 10,36 77,46 37,46 52,20 81,43 61,24
1606,04

155 Paranam Surinam Alcoa 30 16 484 0,004 71,59 1,94 181,56 351,51 179,96 4,07 157,41 72,79 1083,65 54,29 175,96
1741,00

156 Seydisehir Turkey State 60 17 744 0,056 987,39 1,94 223,67 433,02 177,25 6,21 72,51 30,13 76,15 70,58 13,51
1744,40

Slatina Romania State
20644,65

Arak Iran State
20764,65

Paranam Surinam Alcoa
20794,65

Seydisehir Turkey State
20854,65

1549,94

1606,04

1741,00

1744,40

157 Renukoot B India State 30 15 552 0,085 1317,09 1,95 190,01 370,52 254,20 27,15 68,79 37,46 23,03 32,57 49,66
1997,42

Renukoot B India State
20884,65

1997,42

Similar Documents

Premium Essay

Managers

...Managers who are clearly experienced and properly educated and want to be sophisticated need to have the following qualities as a manager: globalization, technology, innovation, diversity, and most importantly ethics. Managers would use globalization to expand their business globally, and to increase sales and representation of company’s existence. The use of technology is very important for a manger to know as an instinct. Technology is everywhere in today’s modern world. Managers who don’t know how to use the computer or know how to type, is really pretty much useless in reality. It is very important for managers to learn how to communicate efficiently with the use of modern technology such as chat and e-mail. Innovation is a key success point in a creative manager. Managers should always be looking for new innovative ways to do things. For example if a manger uses chat and e-mail to communicate, will a manger will be better off if they were to use social website to not only represent and market the company but communicate broadly to all employees at once. Therefore the use of social websites has 3 advantages oppose to just the use of e-mail and chat. Social websites advantages are free marketing, so the public can view what the company has wrote. Second broad communication to all employees at the same time, and third representation; making positive remarks about the business to consumers and these are few examples a manager can demonstrate innovation. Diversity is......

Words: 418 - Pages: 2

Free Essay

Manager Expectations

...My definition of a great manager is one who “gets things done through people”; if you want it right you don’t always have to do it yourself. In addition, there is a quote by the philosopher Lao Tzu that I absolutely feel sums up a great leader: “Go to the people. Live with them. Learn from them. Love them. Start with what they know. Build with what they have. But with the best leaders, when the work is done, the task accomplished, the people will say "We have done this ourselves". Leadership: * Be a servant manager – Take a humble approach with your direct reports (supervisors) and work for them, and not the other way around. Treat your direct reports and their employees with dignity, stay focused on the moment and do not multitask when speaking with employees, never interrupt them, listen to them intensely, smiling, saying please and thank you, acknowledge and welcome the contributions of your staff, quickly admit your mistakes, apologize as needed, never have to be the smartest person in the room, spend time on the front lines with your staff, and engage your customers. * Be a positive leader – You will set the tone for the entire staff in your department. If you are down and acting as if you are fighting against the world your staff will feel that same way. Your example is the personality reflected throughout the entire department. I expect you to be a positive leader. You are always setting an example for your staff to follow. Is it a good example, or a bad......

Words: 1240 - Pages: 5

Premium Essay

The Human Manager

...The Humane Manager: Role and Relevance in managing people in an organisation “Great management is about character and not technique “ Presenters - Anurag, Ashish, Abhishek, Sumanta, Suvrodip There are two categories of managers we come across in our daily life.One the Good Managers and the other Great Mangers. A good manager has all the technical proficiencies one expects a manger to have,what a b-school may instill in him/her,the stats,the data analysis,the curve-fittings,the collective bargaining and negotiation skills,the strategies.These are the subjects which can be taught.But we are still in the dark ages when it comes to teaching people how to behave like great managers- how to instill courage and integrity,how to stand up for human dignity and rights.These are things that cannot be taught.Managers are not responsible for other’s happiness we say,the workplace is not a nursery school we say, we have market shares and profits to bother,power is too useful to and entertaining to dribble away on relationships,we have go tour own nests to feather. But the only people who become great managers are the ones who believe in their guts that managing is not just a set of mechanical processes but a series of human interactions. We may love and work hard for the manager who knows little for a manager who knows little about pay roll management, marketing or computers ,but we almost invariably dislike and thwart managers who are......

Words: 280 - Pages: 2

Premium Essay

Manager Paper

...TTH 6 November 25, 2014 Manager Paper I interview Anthony Rodriguez the General manager of TGI Friday’s in Rancho Cucamonga. TGI Friday's is a franchise restaurant that serves a variety of food items (like burgers, pasta, wings, salads). The TGI Friday’s, in Rancho Cucamonga, has a large amount of traffic with weekly sales of 90 to 100 thousand and about 60 employees. Anthony has no college education but has read many manger books like the One Minute Manager and Good to Great. Before becoming a General manager of TGI Friday’s, he uses to be a server for a different Friday’s. The purpose of the interview was to determine how a manager plans their day-to-day operations and how they motivate employees. Planning is a very important for managers since it helps them understand their overall task with steps needed to accomplish such task. However there is not right way to plan so everyone has his or her own ideas of planning. For Anthony planning means creating a list of his entire task. At times he is asked to increase the use of customer loyalty program (a program offered at Friday’s that allows customers to earn points on purchase and allows them to receive free items). So he brainstormed and came up with idea of creating a game by offering top servers with the most sign up a gift card. Later he executed his plan, which end up being a success since it increased sign ups. Motivating employees to perform everyday task is an important task for a manager. TGI Friday’s offers......

Words: 511 - Pages: 3

Premium Essay

Case Manager Interview

...Case Manager Interview Case Manager: Merventine Scott Organization: Family and Youth Services Assessment and reassessment 1. When clients are referred to your organization, what process or procedure is followed to assess your client (such as psychological, social, medical, et cetera)? When clients are referred to Family and Youth Services an initial assessment is performed, which includes information on a clients demographics, residential status, income, insurance coverage, mental or medical history, and main reason for seeking service. The process also includes an overview of different areas of need such as shelter, food, safety, and health care. 2. What steps do you take to stay up to date on current services or changes in available services? Family and Youth Services management team sends program coordinators, qualified professionals, counselors, and other licensed staff out every month to meetings held for service providers. The staff comes back and we have conferences to review and discuss changes and make sure that everyone understands the new policies and procedures for these changes. We also make time for networking to research additional information on what services are available and share and use other information from neighboring agencies. 3. Can you describe the standards you use in writing up assessments, reports, and recommendations? All case managers should utilize the Standards of Practice for Case management. The case manager should complete all......

Words: 1200 - Pages: 5

Premium Essay

Roles of a Financial Manager

...The role of the financial manager has in maximizing shareholders value is key to the achieving the goals of the shareholders. The financial manager performs double duty working toward achieving profits for the company and optimizing the shareholders value. The flexibility of having the ability to hear viewpoints from different angles to achieve the goals of both the shareholders and the company’s manager. Today’s financial manager must have the skills and strength to evaluate and assess risks to help their company maintain a competitive edge. The responsible of the financial manager in maximizing shareholders and use real-time financial information to take advantage of the latest opportunity to capitalize on an investment. According to the text the financial managers works to achieve the goals of shareholders because shareholders are the owners of the company that employs the financial manager. This can give rise to conflict when a manager makes decision because of the needed to make decisions based on shareholders approval and what is best for the company ongoing success. Sometimes the goals of shareholders can tempt the financial manager to make unethical decision in managers attempt to maximize the goals of the shareholder value. Other times companies will have a disregard of shareholders values and not only disregard reducing expenses but foster an environment where financial abuse takes place from renting luxury cars to doing business at the most......

Words: 738 - Pages: 3

Premium Essay

What Make a Good Manager?

...Governors University Course: TJP1 TASK 1 What Makes a Good Manager? The purpose for the presentation is to inform the audience about my perspective on a good manger; and also the skills that employers may want in a manger. The audience for the presentation is any individual or company that is interested in a subordinate’s views of a good manager. The significance of the chosen topic is to shown several key management skills, which managers should strive to have. Presentation Outline I. What Makes a Good Manager? A. Hi. I am a student at WGU. The topic that I will be discussing is “What Makes a Good Manager?” I have worked for several companies, while dealing with different types of managers. My experience with these managers has shown me that not everyone can be a good manger. I believe that there are different types of skills; a good manager should have in the workforce to develop the company and its employees. At the end of this presentation, you will not only know my perspective on a good manger, but also the skills that employers may want in a manager. II. The Seven Management Skills ☺ Delegate tasks wisely to the employees ☺ Establish goals for the employees ☺ Be adaptable in your communicative skills ☺ Make time for the CEO, clients, and employees ☺ Identify achievements of their employees ☺ Think about permanent solutions, not quick fixes ☺ Don’t take things too seriously III. Delegate Tasks Wisely ☺ A good manager must be able to delegate tasks wisely to......

Words: 1422 - Pages: 6

Free Essay

The Changing Role of the Relationship Manager

...The Changing Role of the Relationship Manager The relationship between wealth managers and their clients is not what it used to be. Public opinion of the financial sector, as a whole, has become sharply critical—people are outraged by the inability of the industry. Clients have become far less trusting and increasingly likely to jump to another wealth manager. But the relationship between RMs and their clients has actually changed well before the onset of crisis. Rise of the Product-Push Model before a Crisis At many wealth-management institutions, particularly the larger ones, the continuity of client relationships has— over time—been disrupted by organizational changes and the shuffling of client portfolios among RMs. In some cases, the goal was to bind the client more to the institution than to an individual advisor. In other cases, however, the institution itself simply could not maintain a consistent service model. At the same time, investors became more interested in diversifying their wealth across institutions. And as information about financial products became more accessible, some investors became self-directed. They tended to be less interested in holistic planning and more interested in specific types of support or investment recommendations. The role of the RM has also changed. Since the beginning of the decade, the RM has become less of a confidant and more of a salesperson. This shift was most apparent in the brokerage model, where RMs began providing......

Words: 902 - Pages: 4

Premium Essay

Why Memo Is Disliked by Manager

...1. Many managers dislike memos because they are disorganized, wordy and pointless. The most effective manger should not be trapped in memos 2. With the development of computer technology, the numbers of memos are increasing. 3. The reasons of sending memos are managerial, psychological and political. 4. The memo is the most useful tool for communicating large amounts of detailed information. Might be dangerous if written inappropriately. Sued or fired 5. The memo is the managerial tool of choice when you want to put out word to lots of people. Have to be worded with exquisite care, particularly for announcing bad news-turn down in business, a firing, promotion over rivals. Recipient are likely to pore over these bullentins.(rewrite) 6. Announcing executive’s dismissal become more concise for the fear of annocing too many contributions may cause people think the firing was unjustified. Good that companies have stopped firing people by memo 7. Psychological reason: Memos are overused by mangers because they feel uncomfortable, too shy to communicate in person or over the phone. 8. Mangers send memos for political reasons. carry political power 9. Convey more subtle political messages. If changed from informal to formal, need to find out what has changed. 10. Clear motive, not wordy, easy to understand 11. Well-defined purpose in mind: who is your audience? What do you want them to do? What information they want? Pick a format-some companies establish......

Words: 370 - Pages: 2

Premium Essay

Product Manager

...A product manager investigates, selects, and develops products for an organization, performing the activities of product management. A product manager considers numerous factors such as intended demographic, the products offered by the competition, and how well the product fits with the company's business model. Generally, a product manager manages one or more tangible products. However, the term may be used to describe a person who manages intangible products, such as music, information, and services. A product manager's role in tangible goods industries is similar to a program director's role in service industries. Diverse interpretations regarding the role of the product manager are the norm. The product manager title is often used in many ways to describe drastically different duties and responsibilities. Even within the high-tech industry where product management is better defined, the product manager's job description varies widely among companies. This is due to tradition and intuitive interpretations by different individuals. In the financial services industry (banking, insurance etc.), product managers manage products (for example, credit card portfolios), their profit and loss, and also determine the business development strategy. In a Scrum environment, a Product Manager is also referred to as the Product Owner, and usually has the main role of representing the product to the customer.[1] Some of the responsibilities of the Product Owner include marketing of......

Words: 279 - Pages: 2

Free Essay

Conflict of Interest Between Managers and Shareholders

...Corporate managers and shareholders can sometimes find themselves in a conflict of interest. The goal of being a good manager is being able to spot these potential conflicts and to remedy the situation before a serious problem arises. The biggest conflict between managers and shareholders is going to be money. Here is the most common scenario. A corporation is profitable. In fact, the corporation is more profitable than expected. Therefore, the corporation has a cash surplus, if you will. Managers would want this money as a financial bonus and the shareholders would want this money as a stock dividend. What to do? What to do? Mangers will argue that without their leadership and managerial ability, the corporation would not have been as profitable. The shareholders will argue that without their money, the corporation would not have been able to invest in its growth, and therefore, would not have reached that level of prosperity. Who should get the money? Another situation arises when the managers are also shareholders. This may lead a particular manager to push the opposite way of his/her position. For example, if a shareholder manager would get more money from a stock dividend than from a bonus, this shareholder manager might vote in favor of a stock dividend, not because he/she believes that stockholders should be rewarded for their investment, but because it will mean more money for that particular manager. What if only that one manger is a stock holder? Before...

Words: 406 - Pages: 2

Premium Essay

Hotel Manager

...Job profiles Hotel manager If you can manage staff, and you want to get into the hospitality industry, this job could be ideal for you. Hotel managers oversee all aspects of running a hotel, from housekeeping and general maintenance to budget management and marketing. In this job will need strong business skills. You will need to communicate well, with a sensitive and diplomatic approach. You will also need to think on your feet to solve problems quickly. To get into this job you could enter at a junior position and work your way up to management. Or you could do a higher education qualification in a subject like hospitality management and go straight in as a manager. An Apprenticeship in hospitality and catering can also be a route in. The work Large hotels may have a manager for each department, reporting to the general manager. In smaller hotels, the manager is more involved in the day-to-day running of the hotel, often dealing directly with guests. As a hotel manager, your tasks would typically include: * setting annual budgets * analysing financial information and statistics * setting business targets and marketing strategies * managing staff * organising building maintenance * making sure security is effective * dealing with customer complaints and comments * making sure the hotel follows regulations such as licensing laws * securing corporate bookings for entertainment and conference facilities. In larger hotels you......

Words: 646 - Pages: 3

Free Essay

Football Manager Interview

...Football Manager is an enormously complex simulation. On a global level, the game tracks thousands of careers, ambitions and relationships, and on any given match day, weather, morale, skills and individual personal issues can contribute to moments of brilliance or abject failure. Talking to Sports Interactive’s director Miles Jacobson, I found that the simulation model is even more elaborate in some areas than I’d expected. Read on to find out about the game’s expanding narrative engine, how climate change is forcing the team to update the code that generates weather patterns, why the ugliest aspects of football have no place in FM and how a non-contract player’s family situation might prevent him from playing for your club. RPS: You’ve mentioned in previous interviews that you have a database of thousands of features to implement eventually. But do you have an overall vision of where the game is going to be in two or three years? Is there a shape that it’s taking? Jacobson: I tend to work two versions ahead. It used to be three but it’s two now because we’re managing to fit in a lot more each year, so there’s always an overall vision for the game. Whether that’s a year of revolution or of evolution – I think, certainly, the revolution years are going to be less and less because there’s so much in the game already that we’d rather look at evolving certain large chunks of the game each year. When you’re working on an annually iterative sports title that’s based on real......

Words: 2911 - Pages: 12

Premium Essay

Top Qualities of a Project Manager

...Top 10 Qualities of a Project Manager What qualities are most important for a project leader to be effective? Over the past few years, the people at ESI International, world leaders in Project Management Training, have looked in to what makes an effective project leader. With the unique opportunity to ask some of the most talented project leaders in the world on their Project Leadership courses ESI have managed to collect a running tally on their responses. Below are the top 10 in rank order according to frequency listed. Inspires a Shared Vision An effective project leader is often described as having a vision of where to go and the ability to articulate it. Visionaries thrive on change and being able to draw new boundaries. It was once said that a leader is someone who "lifts us up, gives us a reason for being and gives the vision and spirit to change." Visionary leaders enable people to feel they have a real stake in the project. They empower people to experience the vision on their own. According to Bennis "They offer people opportunities to create their own vision, to explore what the vision will mean to their jobs and lives, and to envision their future as part of the vision for the organisation." (Bennis, 1997) Good Communicator The ability to communicate with people at all levels is almost always named as the second most important skill by project managers and team members. Project leadership calls for clear communication about goals, responsibility,......

Words: 1250 - Pages: 5

Premium Essay

Banana Republic General Manager Duties

...Banana Republic General Manager Duties 1. General Manager of Banana Republic Factory Store in Hershey, PA “This position leads BRFS Stores. The store produces an annual volume ranging from $2-20 million. In a standard location the GM is responsible for attracting, hiring, training and developing all levels of associates. They lead an average of 4 exempt and non-exempt positions. The GM is responsible for implementing the individual store strategy in a manner consistent with Gap Inc.'s Purpose, Values and Behaviors. The GM leads their team to meet net contribution goals, sales goals, customer service targets, and Operating and Human Resources objectives through motivation, inspiration and accountability. The GM is accountable for professional representation of our brands within their locale, understanding our competitors and their operations as well as driving excellent tenant and community relationships. Leadership and Employee Results (25%) • Holds Store team and self accountable to all Gap Inc. standards of performance and behavior. • Effectively sources, recruits, selects and on-boards all management and non-exempt store personnel. • Maintains optimal staffing levels to ensure business needs are obtained while promoting associate retention. • Promotes a high-quality store associate experience from on boarding through the associate life cycle. • Promotes maximum team and individual performance through consistent coaching and feedback. Drives in-store......

Words: 890 - Pages: 4