Center Khrunichev changed the form due to lack of funds for maintenance

The enterprise parted with the status of FGUP and 100 hectares of Moscow land.
The State Space Research and Production Center (Khrunichev State Research and Production Center) completed the process of corporatization. The transition to the AO form will allow the company to put up for sale about 100 hectares of land in the Moscow Fili for further development. This should help to correct the deplorable financial condition of the SCNPC. Over the past three years, aid has already been provided for 65 billion rubles.

The fact that the Khrunichev State Space Research and Production Center was corporatized, Kommersant was immediately informed by several sources close to the enterprise. "We expect the receipt of documents from the tax authorities in the near future," one of the interlocutors of Kommersant said. The information on the corporatization is confirmed by an extract from the Unified State Register of Legal Entities: the enterprise is transferred to the form of a joint-stock company (JSC), and since November 17, 2017 100% of shares are fixed in the ownership of the Russian Federation in the person of the Federal Property Agency. The joint-stock company was created by the transformation of the FSUE of the same name on the basis of the relevant government order, as well as the orders of the territorial administration of the Federal Property Management Agency in Moscow and is its successor. In the SCPTC of the official commentary yesterday to provide "b" could not.

Plans for the corporatization of SCNPP were included in the program of financial recovery of the company from 2014. At that time, the management of the industry considered the state of the enterprise to be critical. Based on the results of the first inspections, eight criminal cases were instituted on fraud, misappropriation and embezzlement of property, abuse of authority, forgery of documents, etc. Among the defendants were former general directors Vladimir Nesterov (2005-2012) and Alexander Seliverstov (2012-2014 ). According to estimates of specialists, the financial stabilization of the center required 56.4 billion rubles. The plan provided for the issuance of a loan to VEB for 37 billion rubles. with a maturity date by 2025. However, instead of a long-term loan, VEB, instead of a long-term loan, by 4% per annum (14% - the bank rate and 10% - subsidy) issued only a bridge loan for 12.5 billion rubles. for two years (at a rate of 2.53% per annum). In addition, the SCNPC received in 2014-2017, 15.9 billion rubles. from the budget, 9.6 billion rubles. loan from Sberbank, and another 27.1 billion rubles. in the form of a loan to the company issued Roskosmos. In general, the Khrunichev Center received 65.1 billion rubles. But they were not enough. Sources of Kommersant, close to the state corporation, say that today the SCNC needs a few tens of billions of rubles. According to their calculations, the sale of land will provide an opportunity to repay part of the debts, including loans (annually, payments to banks reach 5 billion rubles.). In April, the general director of Khrunichev State Research and Production Center Andrey Kalinovsky (now executive director for quality and reliability of Roskosmos) told Kommersant that "we are at the finish line and in July of this year we plan to become a joint stock company". However, this did not happen, and after the appointment to the place of Mr. Kalinovsky Alexei Varochko, the head of Roskosmos, Igor Komarov, asserted that the company would change its management form until the end of 2017.

Plans for corporateization of the enterprise were not liked by everyone. So, a few months ago, the staff of the SCNPC wrote a letter saying that the enterprise "is in the worst crisis of its history", the old production of Proton carrier rockets was "disintegrated", and the production of the new Angara missile " could not be adjusted ". The authors called for a review of the program of financial recovery and stop the process of corporatization, "until the production finally disintegrated and sold the building area."

However, plans to sell land are no longer subject to revision. The area of ​​140.7 hectares is located in the industrial zone adjacent to the Filevsky Park: about 100 hectares will go under the construction of a residential complex with a total area of ​​about 1 million square meters. m. According to Kommersant, recently at the meeting of the Public Chamber of Moscow the issue of arrangement of future roads on the land belonging to the State Space Center was discussed. According to Kommersant's information, the territorial planning project provides for the reconstruction of the existing and the formation of new sections of the street-road network in the areas of Filevsky Park, Khoroshevo-Mnevniki and Khoroshevsky in Moscow "to improve transport services for residential and industrial buildings." According to the plan approved in 2015, among other things, a bridge will be built on Novozavodskaya Street and a pedestrian bridge on Myasishcheva, and in 2017 the authorities promised a bridge on Beregovoe Proezd. "This part of the street-road network is well developed and needed by the city and the residents of the district," says one of the representatives of the initiative group, Andrei Ksenofontov. However, a six-lane highway between the bridges began to be designed around the industrial zone, expanding narrow streets directly under the windows of houses, which caused people's outrage, he says. "The corporatization of the center is an opportunity, as far as the development of its territory is concerned, to design a modern street-road network through its lands," the local resident is convinced.