Sulzer has to quickly droop the actions of its two legal entities in Poland – Sulzer Pumps Wastewater Poland and Sulzer Turbo Services Poland – due to sanctions levied by the Polish government on its Russian minority shareholder Viktor Vekselberg.
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The Swiss engineering group believes that the sanctions in opposition to its two entities in Poland are erroneous and says that Vekselberg has no control or possession of any Sulzer entity.
The firm says it’s going to continue to do every little thing in its energy to petition for a removal from the sanctions listing, while fully complying with the sanctions at present levied in opposition to Sulzer Pumps Wastewater Poland and Sulzer Turbo Services Poland.
Sulzer has 192 employees in Poland and the group is continuing to provide support to the families impacted by the local Polish sanctions.
If the suspension have been to last, the potential impact on Sulzer’s gross sales is restricted to CHF21 million, which represents zero.6% of the group’s complete sales in 2021.
Sulzer is not sanctioned in any other country or authorized entity.