The Alcoa Lake Charles facility was built in 1969 and operated as Consolidated Aluminum Corporation until December 1983, when it was purchased by Reynolds Metals Company. The plant is located on Highway 384 (Big Lake Road) on the Industrial Canal, affording the capability of receiving ocean-going ships and bares for loading and unloading at its dock.

The Lake Charles facility employees over 180 people producing calcined petroleum coke and carbon anodes. The annual direct economic impact in Southwest Louisiana is over $31 million. For more information, please visit the Alcoa website. 



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