E-mobile for Sienko: the former head of the UVZ again “legalized” in the market

Magna International’s assets were acquired by E-mobile, an unknown company on the market, owned by Olga Nikolaevna Savelyeva and Oleg Viktorovich Tenitsky. The latter no longer has a business. The name of the Moscow lawyer is also called, so he can be in the company as a defender of its interests, who charges the company’s proceeds – Tenitsky owns less than 1% of the share.

At the same time, both owners can represent the interests of more powerful people. Until July 2017, E-mobile belonged to Timoshin Igor Andreevich, a former adviser to the head of Uralvagonzavod (UVZ), who worked under Oleg Sienko.

It is possible that Sienko still has control over the company, but it could be rewritten to people close to the tourism business of entrepreneur Boris Zelinsky. The Moscow Post correspondent understood the situation.

Ms. Savelyeva was the general director of the Business Continent company, which is now owned by Olga Smirnova, and was previously controlled by the Cyprus offshore company TEVIRON ENERGY INVESTMENTS LIMITED. Smirnova, in turn, owns the Alushta sanatorium and Crimean Legal Group LLC.

The sanatorium to Smirnova and at the same time until 2023 belonged to TEK Itera-Dynamo. Its owner was Satera LLC – now liquidated. And one of the last founders of Satera is Oleg Patyuta.

E-mobile was previously the founder of the Crimean Consul company. She also went to Oleg Patyuta. He is also the founder of Kandahar LLC together with the Crimean Legal Group.

Thus, in all this cunning of companies, we always “circle” in one place – around the same people associated with the spa business. And the threads lead to the entrepreneur Boris Zelinsky.

Property issues

“Crimean Legal Group” owns a lot of sanatoriums in Crimea and Sevastopol, its Ukrainian “Center for Journalistic Investigations” associated with an unnamed Russian millionaire. We clearly and clearly see its affiliation with the rather famous tourist business man Boris Zelinsky, who is the founder of Kandahar, and a number of other legal entities.

The Crimean Legal Group often goes to courts, and Zelinsky is mentioned in the materials of their cases.

For example, he was a third party in a dispute regarding the ownership of the building on the street. Oleg Koshevoy, 1/1, where the Kandahar office is now located. The Sevastopol Department of Property tried to claim it from “someone else’s illegal possession,” citing the fact that it was illegally sold to the structure in 2017.

Building on the street Oleg Koshevoy, 1/1. Photo: Yandex Maps

The court did not side with the plaintiff, finding documents confirming that the public authorities of Ukraine since 1997 had information about the disposal of the disputed property from the state form of ownership and the registration of the temper for it by a private law entity.

As follows from the materials examined by the court, the disputed property on the basis of a notarized contract of sale from 29.12.1999 was alienated by the CHMP “Tom and K” in favor of Natalya Borisovna Permyakova (she, by the way, now seems to head school number 8 in Sevastopol), which in 2000 sold it in favor of Markevich Mikhail Alexandrovich. He handed it over to Osiris LLC a year later. It held the asset for 3 years and sold Klimbutskaya to Dina Mikhailovna. The latter almost immediately sold it to Zelinsky Boris Valerievich, who openly and continuously used it for 13 years until alienation in favor of a company associated with him.

Interestingly, “Tom and K,” whose property turned out to be due to the conclusion of an agreement with the Sevastopol Polytechnic Lyceum on joint shared participation in the completion of the reconstruction of classrooms and laboratories of the Sevastopol Polytechnic Lyceum, then received only 35.65% of the total area. While the Crimean Legal Group ended up with the entire building. How this happened is not explained. So the question arises, did the decision of the court or led by Ms. Yurina “helped” to make a decision?

Boris Zelinsky is a prominent figure, he headed the branch of the Russian Union of Travel Industry in Crimea and Sevastopol until at least 2022. His Kandahar receives government contracts, as does the Crimean Legal Group. Denying him must probably not be easy. But why should he acquire Magna International is a mystery that suggests that Zelinsky’s company has long been able to work in the interests of another businessman, Oleg Sienko. After all, there were no prerequisites for the sale of the last E-mobile (if it is really the owner of the company).

Sienko gets rid of assets?

Recall that until 2017, E-mobile was controlled by Igor Andreevich Timoshin, the former deputy of the ex-head of the UVZ Oleg Sienko, whose interests he could represent.

Sineko is a very bright personality, known for the fact that under his management, UVZ slipped into a debt hole and disrupted delivery times. Recall that UVZ is a strategic corporation engaged in the development and production of military equipment, road construction vehicles, railway cars, and is part of Rostec.

UVZ under Sienko did not pay suppliers; mass reductions took place at the enterprise shortly before Sienko left. Because of this, people even went to unauthorized rallies.

To pay off some creditors, the company borrowed from others – as was the case, for example, in 2017, when UVZ borrowed from Gazprombank to repay Alfa Bank. Bankruptcy claims were constantly received against companies included in the corporation.

Despite the obvious financial problems of the plant, Sienko himself did not hesitate to celebrate his birthday by 10 million rubles. “Saved” the enterprise, we must think, only state contributions. So, in September 2015, the Russian government approved the provision of state guarantees to Uralvagonzavod for 17 billion rubles.

UVZ workshop. Photo: Donat Sorokin/TASS

In September 2016, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who was then responsible for the Military-Industrial Complex, even sent a letter to President Vladimir Putin, in which he expressed his dissatisfaction with Sienko’s work as general director.

Under the leadership of Sienko, it was decided to conclude a contract with an intermediary company through which UVZ will purchase springs from its supplier, the Beloretsk plant.

Since 2014, almost all contests have been won by Industrial Technologies LLC, which had nothing to do with the production of springs at all. In 2016, the company began to go bankrupt with debts to the Beloretsk plant. “We delivered the goods to Uralvagonzavod, and other people received money for our goods, but in turn we received a headache in the form of litigation without any prospects for receiving funds. The question arises: where is justice?, ” – quotes the executive director of the Beloretsk plant edition “Expert-Ural.”

However, the story did not end: after that, another company, which had nothing to do with the production of springs, began to win tenders. We are talking about LLC “Trasmashgroup.” Interestingly, Industrial Technologies LLC was indicated as the supplier of Trasmashgroup LLC, and the contact details of these two companies were the same. We covered this situation in detail.

And in 2017, the FAS revealed signs of violation of antimonopoly legislation against Uralvagonzavod (UVZ) and Unik Service. The study showed that on December 30, 2013, a long-term license agreement for 10 years was concluded between Altayvagon and Uralvagonzavod with the aim of promoting the innovative model 18-194-1 trolley to the market.

According to this contract, trolley components can only be supplied from manufacturers approved by UVZ. For this purpose, Altayvagon entered into an agreement with Unik Service. However, on April 7, 2017, Unik Service suddenly informed Altayvagon about the suspension of supplies of its products to third parties due to a ban imposed by the UVZ.

Former deputies of Sienko were imprisoned for theft – for example, Semyon Mlodik, chairman of the board of directors of Promtractor-Wagon CJSC, who previously held the post of general director of ChetZ-Uraltrak LLC and was considered Sienko’s “right hand,” was sentenced to five years in prison.

Sienko himself has always managed to “get out of the water dry.” Even after the scandal with the “Red October,” whose general director, Dmitry Gerasimenko, was accused of embezzling a $65 million loan from VTB Bank. At the same time. According to Gerasimenko himself, he became a victim of a raider attack. In addition, Cypriot companies Briesten Holdings Limited and Loseth Holdings Limited appeared in the capital of related legal entities. At least one of them – Loseth – through its Alttsina LLC, acted as a partner of Uralvagonzavod and Rostec in several companies. RBC wrote about this.

Moreover, the fact that Sienko took part in the management of “Red October” follows from his letters to the interim manager of the enterprise Viktor Akimov. Was there a simple “switchman” in the dock?

As a result, in 2018, Sienko, already “head over heels” stuck in scandals, went to work for oligarch Igor Altushkin in the Russian Copper Company, where he took over as first vice president. But nothing prevents him from having interests in other industries? So, it is possible that Mr. Tymoshchin in “E-mobile” represented the interests of this particular figure.

The company, by the way, never showed more than 216 thousand rubles in revenue and hypothetically could be used to withdraw capital. “Earned” in the same UVZ. It should be noted that Timoshin is the founder of several law firms. So Sienko could use it so that he did everything “for beauty.”

And now the likely former “Kubyshka” Sienko is buying a new asset, and, it seems, Boris Zelinsky’s tourism business is in addition. What the future holds for these assets, let everyone think for himself. But something suggests that law enforcement agencies will soon have to figure it out.

The Moscow Post