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Arbitration court refused Siemens to return gas turbines supplied to Crimea

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The Moscow Arbitration Court denied Siemens to satisfy the claim to the Rostec structures - OAO and Technopromexport LLC for the return of gas turbines supplied, according to the statement of the German concern, to the Crimea, bypassing EU sanctions. The court also refused Technopromexport in a counterclaim to Siemens.


Refuse to satisfy the claim, refuse to satisfy the counterclaim. Parties may appeal this decision.
- read out the decision of the judge. At the same time, representatives of both sides told reporters that they would determine their position regarding the appeal against the court’s decision later.

Arbitration court refused Siemens to return gas turbines supplied to Crimea


Technopromexport, which is part of the Rostec state corporation, is building two gas thermal power plants with 470 MW each in Crimea - in Sevastopol and Simferopol. Commissioning of the first TPP units at 235 MW is scheduled for May 2018. It was planned to install turbines made using Siemens technology at the Crimean TPPs, but at the end of 2016, the company blocked deliveries due to sanctions.
Later, Rostec stated that it had found another supplier of turbines, power equipment would be supplied to the peninsula from the secondary market. According to the results of the Siemens investigation, the concern stated that all four turbines supplied to the Crimea turned out to be produced.

The Moscow Arbitration Court considered two claims against Rostec structures. The first lawsuit was filed by the German concern Siemens, the plaintiff in the second case was the joint venture between Siemens and Power Machines - Siemens Gas Turbine Technology.

In particular, two contracts were disputed: the first was about the supply of gas turbine units, concluded in March 2015 of the year between Siemens Gas Turbines Technology and JSC Technopromexport; the second is about the resale of these turbines to Technopromexport LLC (the contract was concluded in October 2016 of the year). In addition, Siemens was going to get this equipment back. Similar requirements were contained in the lawsuit "Siemens gas turbine technology" against Rostec enterprises.

In turn, OJSC and Technopromexport LLC filed a counterclaim against Siemens and Siemens Gas Turbine Technologies. The head of Rostec, Sergey Chemezov, believes that resolving the dispute between Technopromexport and the German concern Siemens for the supply of turbines to the Crimea is possible only in the judicial sphere.

Earlier, a representative of the German company in the Moscow Arbitration Court stated that Siemens is ready to return the money received for the turbines in Crimea if the equipment is given back to the supplier, reports TASS
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  1. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 14 December 2017 12: 16
    +6
    No wonder. What, we must also support sanctions ...
    1. Shura Perm
      Shura Perm 14 December 2017 12: 17
      +2
      The deal is completed, they are talking about ...
      1. maxim947
        maxim947 14 December 2017 12: 36
        +2
        Yes, the transaction was completed, if only then there were no problems with warranty and post-warranty service and repair, probably the relevant officials thought about it)), spare parts will not be enough for a long time. The Germans would quietly hush up this story, so no, they are driven by exceptional kicks unnecessarily wind up the situation, to the detriment of their reputation.
        1. ZAV69
          ZAV69 14 December 2017 12: 44
          +2
          There is an overhaul period of 5 years. Why should the zip go away?
          1. Vlad.by
            Vlad.by 14 December 2017 14: 36
            0
            There is nothing to break apart from the shoulder blades.
            A turbine blade in St. Petersburg does not only lazy
            1. Shurik70
              Shurik70 14 December 2017 19: 22
              0
              And I feel sorry for Siemens.
              Normal people are forced, obeying the laws of their country, to start this circus.
              And they turned to the Moscow court, and not to London or The Hague, because they understand that they look like idiots.
      2. starogil
        starogil 14 December 2017 14: 34
        0
        That's it, the question: When the machines will be installed, when the TPP in Simferopol
        and in Sevastopol will give a current?
    2. Jedi
      Jedi 14 December 2017 12: 19
      +4
      Both sides will continue the sluggish “Bodalovo” on this issue, and there they will calm down altogether ...
      1. Teberii
        Teberii 14 December 2017 12: 22
        0
        Disassemble, copy and return in parts.
        1. ZAV69
          ZAV69 14 December 2017 12: 43
          0
          Why copy there? They do it in St. Petersburg.
      2. Going
        Going 14 December 2017 12: 23
        +5
        Well, they must somehow react, or rather play out the concern, although everyone understands that it is better not to exaggerate this topic, but to continue to work.
        1. Jedi
          Jedi 14 December 2017 12: 47
          +4
          That will create the appearance of languid actions.
      3. Solomon Kane
        Solomon Kane 14 December 2017 12: 30
        +5
        Max, there is no badalov. There, the Germans had to rehabilitate themselves and their striped curator in front of their government .... Uncle Sam’s DolboAmbism, by sanctions, has a bad effect on Germany’s economic development and everyone understands this .....
        1. Jedi
          Jedi 14 December 2017 12: 48
          +4
          Let them continue to bend under the USA and suffer losses.
      4. Paranoid50
        Paranoid50 14 December 2017 13: 24
        +3
        Quote: Jedi
        continue the sluggish “Bodalovo” on this issue, and there they will calm down altogether ...

        Duc, have calmed down. Like in an old joke: “Do you plead guilty? - No. - Well, no and no court ...” For this, the counterclaim was muddied. Now, as it were, no one was offended, everyone remained with their own ... except for mattresses and dill.
        1. Jedi
          Jedi 14 December 2017 13: 27
          +6
          But it is necessary to create the appearance of “chicks” to calm the stars and stripes, so let them rustle. wink
    3. Solomon Kane
      Solomon Kane 14 December 2017 12: 23
      +7
      Beautifully the Germans escaped from the blow ....
      The court decided - Goodbye! We (Germans) are out of business ....
      What can I say: for every Western sanction there is a decision of the arbitration court of Moscow ....
      There is a precedent, and this is important ....
      1. Going
        Going 14 December 2017 12: 55
        +8
        The performance is valid lol
    4. siberalt
      siberalt 14 December 2017 12: 31
      +5
      The decision of the arbitral tribunal to Siemens is at hand. The return of the turbines is not his initiative. The well-known company was bent by American sanctions.
      1. Solomon Kane
        Solomon Kane 14 December 2017 12: 32
        +4
        Siberia - offset !!! good hi
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  3. assa67
    assa67 14 December 2017 12: 27
    +5
    sometimes the bureaucracy is even useful — we’ll flood the labuses with pieces of paper! laughing
    Quote: Jedi
    Both sides will continue the sluggish “Bodalovo” on this issue, and there they will calm down altogether ...
  4. demo
    demo 14 December 2017 12: 29
    +4
    The Germans breathed a sigh of relief!
    What if they would have taken and offered to pick up these turbines. Where to put them? And now on hand is the decision of the Russian court. All. The ass is covered. From sanctions.
  5. Butchcassidy
    Butchcassidy 14 December 2017 13: 33
    +5
    Yes, this is just a spectacle, allowing Siemens to save face in front of his own and not run into internal sanctions.
  6. LeonidL
    LeonidL 15 December 2017 06: 48
    0
    Ears from a dead donkey do not want, so it seems it's called?