Forbes Rating: Kings of the state order - 2016

The Latin proverb best illustrates the state procurement system in the Russian Federation: "What is forbidden to the bull is allowed to Jupiter".It seems that the public procurement reforms carried out for more than ten years are oriented towards full transparency and competitiveness. However, according to the Russian "Forbes", some companies receive the largest masters despite the rules. And in total, these very "some companies" left orders for a total of over a trillion rubles.


10. Alexander Lavlentsev

  • 9. Ivan Shabalov
  • 8. Aras Agalarov
  • 7. Dmitry Pumpyansky
  • 6. Alexey Mordashov
  • 5. Igor Rotenberg
  • 4. Kirill Shamalov
  • 3. Gennady Timchenko
  • 2. Leonid Mikhelson
  • 1Arkady Rotenberg
  • 10. Alexander Lavlentsev

    Rating is opened by the owner of IFKS ARKS, who regularly receives large contracts for construction in the capital and the Moscow region. Last year, he signed several contracts worth 35.9 billion rubles, for example, for the reconstruction of the A-101 highway and the construction of a road junction in Moscow.

    9. Ivan Shabalov

    The sole proprietor of "Pipe Innovative Technologies" once again bypassed the Federal Antimonopoly Service and became the main supplier for Gazprom of large diameter pipes for the amount of 38.1 billion rubles.

    8. Aras Agalarov

    Crocus International, 100% owned by Agalarov, received a few juicy pieces from the Federal Road Agency and the Ministry of Sport last year - building several facilities in Vladivostok, a stadium in Kaliningrad and the Central Ring Road in Moscowregion. The total amount of the masters was 69.3 billion rubles.

    7. Dmitry Pumpyansky

    Pumpyansky owns a 49% stake in the company "Ural Locomotives" and almost 100% of the group of companies "Sinara", which lives and thrives solely due to the masters. For example, in 2015, bypassing the competition, Sinara won a contract for the construction of trains for RZD( 118.8 billion rubles), and also undertook the restructuring of the Yekaterinburg stadium( 12.2 billion rubles).

    6. Alexey Mordashov

    Power Machines( one-person) and Severstal( 79% of shares) belonging to this entrepreneur received in 2015 from Rosatom several fatty pieces for a total of 122 billion rubles. Thus, Mordashov took the sixth place in the rating with the amount of 97.4 billion rubles.

    5. Igor Rotenberg

    The son of the person who took the first place in the rating, solely belongs to the companies "Gazpromimenie", TEK "Mosenergo" and "Global Automation Systems".The fifth place went to him for the sum of small masters - for example, the contract for the construction of the Grozny Thermal Power Plant( 27.3 billion rubles), 49 tenders for development of the Chayandinskoye field( the largest of them cost 39.3 billion rubles) and several orders in the field of information technology( 340 million rubles).

    4. Kirill Shamalov

    Shamalov entered this rating solely due to Napoleon's plans of Gazprom for the construction of the "Siberia Power" gas pipeline. One construction of the Amur gas processing plant will cost Gazprom 790.6 billion rubles. Although Shamalov's share in NIPIgaspererabotka, which was received in a row, is relatively small - only 18.6%, but it amounted to 148.8 billion rubles.

    3. Gennady Timchenko

    The total sum of the received Tymchenko without the competition of the masters was 161 billion rubles. It consists of a contract for the construction of a bridge across one of the tributaries of the Volga( 12.3 billion rubles) and all the same "Forces of Siberia" and Amur GPP.

    2. Leonid Mikhelson

    Mikhelson is a kind of outsider of the state procurement rating. The owner of a 43% stake in NIPIgaspererabotka got into it only this year thanks to the already known reader of the contract for the construction of the Amur plant( 344.3 billion rubles).

    1. Arkady Rothenberg

    In 2015, received the masters for a pleasant sum of 555.5 billion rubles and was in the lead with a strong margin. In particular, the construction of the Crimean bridge( 228.3 billion rubles) and the next part of the Siberian Power( 198 billion rubles) gas pipeline were assigned to Stroygazmontazh, which Rotenberg owns alone. By the way, in an interview Rottenberg said that the construction of the bridge is caused solely by his desire to support the country in a difficult time. I would like to believe that all initiatives of Russian citizens to support their native state in a difficult time will be rewarded in the same way.