A Corporate Struggle for Russia’s Largest Port
By Eugene Gerden
Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port (NCSP), Russia’s largest sea port and one of the largest in Europe may be in the center of a corporate fight between its major shareholders, which may negatively affect its activities and result in the decline of revenue.
So far, the port has been controlled equally by Transneft, a Russian state-controlled business responsible for the national oil pipelines and Summa Group, a diversified private holding, specializing in investment activities in port logistics, engineering, construction, telecommunications and the oil and gas sectors, however both companies have recently announced their plans to split up the business.
Nikolay Tokarev, President of Transneft, said yesterday that Transneft plans to become… (More)