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This statistic highlights Alcoa Corp’s Revenue Breakdown Worldwide, split between Third-party sales and Intersegment Sales, reported on a quarterly basis from Q1 2018 onwards.
|Revenue Breakdown Worldwide
||Q4 2020||Q3 2021||Q4 2021||Contribution in Q4 2021|
(All figures are in millions, except percentages)
Total revenue gradually advanced through the quarters, peaking in the latest quarter of 2021, standing at $4,050 million. The total revenue recorded in Q3 2021 was $3,636 million, which grew by 11.39% on a quarter-on-quarter basis, to $4,050 million in Q4 2021. The year-on-year increase stood at 38.32%, growing from $2,928 million in Q4 2020 to $4.050 million in Q4 2021.
This vertical is Alcoa’s greatest revenue contributor as compared to its other verticals. The company’s third-party sale of Bauxite as of 2021 decreased by $36 mainly due to low realization of third-party sales and lower third-party sales volume owing to port congestion in Western Australia. Their other vertical component-Alumina recorded an increase of $512 mainly because of the higher average realized price of $53 per ton, largely driven by a higher average API. Aluminum’s contribution to third-party sales was reflected in an increase of $2,401 because of a higher average realized price of $964 per ton, which was mainly driven by a higher average LME and greater regional premiums, an increase in their value-add product sales, and higher price and risen volume, and market pricing favorable in nature at the Brazilian hydro-electric facilities.
Third-party sales in Q4 2021 stood at $3,340 million, thereby marking a quarter-on-quarter growth of 7.5%, from Q3 2021 to Q4 2021, with the revenue recorded in Q3 2021 being $3,107 million. In Q4 2020, the revenue amounted to $2,384 million. It witnessed an increase from $2,384 million in Q4 2020 to $3,340 million in Q4 2021, marking a year-on-year growth of 40.1%. The revenue garnered by this segment has thus, grown through the passing quarters. However, the revenue mix was the highest in Q3 2021, accounting for 85% of the respective quarterly total, which in the following quarter dropped to a revenue mix of 82.5% of the quarterly total. The lowest proportion is in Q4 2020, contributing 81%.
Alcoa’s Intersegment sales is the lower of the tw0-vertical contributors. Bauxite’s Intersegment sales declined by $230 because of lower average internal prices on sales to the company’s Alumina vertical. As for Alumina’s portion of the segment, its inter-segment sales increased by $318 mainly as a result of higher average realized prices on sales to the Aluminum vertical.
It can be observed that the revenue growth through the quarters for this vertical has not been consistent. Revenue recorded in Q4 2021 was $710 million. The quarter-on-quarter growth from Q3 2021’s revenue of $529 million was 34.22%. However, Q3 2021’s revenue was lower than that of Q4 2020. The vertical recorded a year-on-year growth in revenue of 30.52%, from $544 million in Q4 2020 to $710 million in Q4 2021.. From the above-given quarters, the revenue mix for the latest quarter of 2021 was 17.53%, peaked in Q4 2020 at 18.6% of the quarterly total, and was the lowest in Q3 2021, standing at 14.6% of the respective quarterly total.
Alcoa Corporation was founded in 1888. It is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Alcoa Corporation is a vertically integrated aluminum company. It consists of bauxite mining, refining of alumina, and production of aluminum, both smelting and casting, as well as generation of energy. The company is globally, the 8th largest producer of Aluminum with operations spanning over 10 countries which include countries like Australia, Brazil, Iceland, Norway, Spain, and the United States. Alcoa’s headquarters are located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The company is listed on the NYSE under the ticker symbol ‘AA’.
Alcoa Corporation is primarily involved in the production of Bauxite, Alumina, and Aluminium products. The company also form their worldwide reportable segments (Bauxite, Alumina, and Aluminium). Alcoa’s segment performance under their management reporting system is measured based on several factors—the most integral being every segment’s Adjusted EBITDA (Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization). This parameter is calculated as their Total Sales (both Intersegment and Third-party sales) minus items such as Cost of Goods Sold, Selling and General Administrative, Research and Development Expenses, and Other expenses. The reason for the company’s establishment of Adjusted EBITDA as the primary parameter is mainly due to its use to investors who benefit from the additional information provided about the company’s operating performance and insights on Alcoa’s meeting of financial obligations.
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