MOSCOW, October 5 - RAPSI. The Moscow Commercial Court has registered Komplekt-Atom-Izhora's application to declare Atomstroyexport's bankruptcy, the court told the Russian Legal Information Agency (RAPSI/rapsinews.com) Friday.
A hearing date has not yet been set for the bankruptcy claim.
Atomstroyexport is Rosatom's leading foreign economic company building nuclear facilities abroad. The company is implementing contracts to construct five nuclear power units abroad at the moment, including units on a "turnkey basis." The company possesses reference units with new generation VVER reactors, installed at Tianwan NPP, which makes its profile unique in the industry.
Komplekt-Atom-Izhora (KAI) is a leading Russian engineering and distribution company in the market of equipment, technologies and services for the nuclear power industry. KAI is in the business of organizing a wide variety of applications in engineering, equipment supply, installation and commissioning, as well as the service, repair and modernization of various nuclear facilities.
KAI is developing partnerships with various nuclear power plants in Russia as well as in Central Asia, Central and Eastern Europe and South-East Asia.