The court rejected Siemens to appeal the decision of the Arbitration court of Moscow on refusal to arrest the Crimean turbines in a dispute with JSC and JSC «Technopromexport». According to representatives of «Rostec», at Siemens there is no evidence of the presence of turbines in their production in the Crimea and carrying out their installation.
The appellate court of Moscow on 30 October, Siemens denied the petition for seizure of already delivered «Technopromexport» equipment, reports TASS.
Currently, the Moscow Arbitration court considered two lawsuits to the structures of «Rostec». The first lawsuit was filed by German company Siemens, the next meeting is scheduled for November 2. Second, the claimant is a joint venture of Siemens and «Power machines» — «Siemens gas turbine technology», process it postponed until December 11.
In early July, Siemens announced that four turbines designed for a project in Taman, was illegally placed in the Crimea. The group filed a lawsuit against the structures of «Rostec» with the requirement to cancel the contract.
«Technopromexport» allegations do not agree, and emphasize that the turbines purchased in the secondary market and underwent a major upgrade with the use of Russian technologies.
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