Siemens. Немецкая компания. Основана 1847 году. 49% акций Simens контролируется инвесторами из США и Германии. Семье Сименс принадлежит 6% акций. Штаб-квартиры располагаются в Берлине и Мюнхене (Германия). Род деятельности: Разработка и производство различной электроники и электротехники, энергетического, медецинского и осветительного оборудования, а также транспорта. В 2015 году году чистая прибыль составила 7,28 миллиардов евро. В штате числится 348 тысяч сотрудников. Официальный сайт
The German concern is not going to leave because of the scandal with the supply of turbines to the Crimea from Russia and plans to bring the localization of production of gas turbines in Russia to 90%.
The structure of the corporation Sergei Chemezov - "Technopromexport" - after the delivery of the "prohibited" turbines to Siemens, Siemens will announce a tender for the purchase of similar products for TPPs in the Krasnodar Territory. The seller will probably again be Siemens.
To start the production of "Power Machines" ask for state support.
The next suit of the German company for turbines for the Crimea was rejected.
Deputy Energy Minister Andrei Tcherezov noted that the first two Siemens turbines have already been installed at the Sevastopol and Simferopol TPPs and they are carrying out alignment activities.
Technopromexport sold the Siemens turbines to its structure in six months after it was ordered.
The companies are interested in deliveries of turbines for thermal power plants in the Krasnodar Territory.
The Moscow Court of Appeals on October 30 denied Siemens an action to seize the equipment, which had been already delivered to Technopromexport.
New power stations in the Crimea should start operating in a year, so there's no chance to find a replacement.
The state corporation created a secondary market for disputable equipment.
The court refused Siemens' request for interim measures.
The history of the Siemens turbines in the Crimea demonstrates the weakness of sanctions and the ingenuity of business.
The Russian Ministry of Energy and two Tekhnopromexport companies will be responsible for the delivery of Siemens turbines to the Crimea.
Last week in Russia one of the hottest topics was the problem of Siemens turbines, which had been sneaked into the Crimea quietly. The second most important topic was the search conducted by the FSB in the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation. It is believed that the FSB is trying to put this agency under its control.
Journalists learned that Putin had promised not to use Siemens turbines in the Crimea.
Siemens will not limit its cooperation with Russia.
Because of the scandal with the supply of turbines to the Crimea, the company is considering the option to withdraw from two joint ventures in Russia.
Roman Filippov, General Director of Power Machines, was detained in St. Petersburg by officers of the Federal Security Service. The date and circumstances of the detention are not yet specified.
The German concern believes that Tekhnopromexport has misled vendors, and demands to recognize the deal on the delivery of all four gas turbine plants as invalid and return them.
What the scandal with the supply of turbines to the Crimea might mean for Chemezov's Rostec and Siemens.
Siemens gas turbines were supplied to the Crimea despite the sanctions.
Krasnoyarsk Machine Building Plant modernizes its equipment with new machines from the Czech Republic and Germany. The company manufactures space rockets and ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads: sea-launched Sineva and land-based RS-28 Sarmat (Satan-2 in NATO classification).
But they can be actually German.
Western business in Russia is suffering billions in losses, but it is not going to leave.
Subsidiary of Bosch and Siemens must pay 8 million rubles for cloning.
The defendants say the money was paid for legal advice for helping the company to do business in Russia.
Why does the gas monopoloy have so many intermediates from exotic countries who recieve billions of rubles for doubtful agency services in supplies of equipment for major projects?