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Port of Tallinn demanding EUR 400,000 in compensation from former execs

BC, Tallinn, 12.10.2017.Print version
The state owned Estonian port company Port of Tallinn is demanding 400,000 euros in compensation from its ex-managers being tried on corruption charges, the weekly Eesti Ekspress reported, cites LETA/BNS.

The claim comes as part of a civil action for damages allegedly incurred by the company as a result of expensive contracts awarded to businesses providing cleaning services at Muuga port, Port of Tallinn's largest harbor, against alleged kickbacks.

According to the current managers of Port of Tallinn, too much was paid for cleaning services at Muuga port, as a result of which the port company suffered over 400,000 euros in damages.


Port of Tallinn has filed a civil action, jointly and severally, against ex-member of the management board of Port of Tallinn Allan Kiil, head of the service department Martin Paide, owner of a cleaning business Sven Honga, Kiil's neighbor and Bone Invest owner Toivo Promm, and the companies Keskkonnateenused OU and Bone Invest OU.


The defendants deny having caused any damage.

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