Since December 2017, that is, the start time for deliveries of C-400 to China, co-owners of Baltic Trans-Port in equal shares are St. Petersburg entrepreneurs Yevgeny Rogozin and Alexander Malakhov, he also holds the post of general director.
At that time, Malakhov had another significant position - the head of the Eladi company, owned by the Cyprus offshore Holisbridge Holdings. This company is part of Rostec. In particular, it is listed in the list of affiliates of the Kalashnikov Concern and other subsidiaries of the state corporation. From the post of general director of "Eladi" Malakhov was removed the other day, February 14.
Dry-cargo ship “Nikifor Begichev” is assigned to Murmansk. It is owned by the leasing company "Vega". The operator of the vessel is the Khatanga Commercial Sea Port. At the request of “Fontanka” in the port they answered that they have no relation to the C-400 transportation, since the ship was chartered by a third party during the period of the end of 2017 - the beginning of 2018.
Probably, Baltic Trans-Port chartered the vessels for Rosoboronexport. It is the only state mediator in Russia for the export of military products. He is a member of Rostec, Sergey Chemezov is a member of the board of directors.
The C-400 carriage was insured by the Independent Insurance Group (NSG). Its largest customers are the manufacturer of the anti-aircraft missile system, the Almaz-Antey concern and the Rostec enterprise. On February 20, federal media, citing the director of international cooperation at Rostec, Viktor Kladov, reported that Almaz-Antey had begun to receive insurance indemnity for cargo damaged due to the carrier company.
The Moscow Arbitration Court on January 10 and 11, 2019 registered two claims of Rosoboronexport to Baltic Trans-Port for a total of about 11 billion rubles. Fontanka.ru/2019/02/20/072/. According to the first state-owned company billed for damages in the amount of 161 million 482 thousand dollars and 1 million 790 thousand euros of freight. The third person, no independent claims, is the NSG. According to the second lawsuit, Rosoboronexport requires $ 3,135 thousand, the third parties in the case are the NSG and Almaz-Antey. Claims will be considered by the Moscow Arbitration Court in closed session. This was requested by the parties.