Welcome to Alstom in Russia
Alstom opened a representative office in Moscow in 1975 and is now represented in 16 locations all over Russia: Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Podolsk, Rostov/Don, Novocherkassk, Ufa, Yekaterinburg, Surgut, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Vladivostok.
Today Alstom Russia offices employ near 600 people.
Welcome to Alstom in Russia!
Our company is present in Russia for almost 40 years during which it has participated in a number of key projects in our four sectors, Transport, Thermal and Renewable Power and Grid. Information about them as well as our news, press releases, product brochures etc. you will find on this internet site.
Alstom was the first foreign company in Russia to be invited to build a new unit for combined cycle plant (Mosenergo's TPP-26, Moscow). The 420 MW unit, which was inaugurated in June 2011, boasts the highest efficiency in Russia and greatly reduces gas consumption.
Alstom has also contributed by its high speed train Pendolino-Allegro to bring two big European cities, St.Petersburg and Helsinki, much closer to each other. In September 2013, Allegro carried its millionth passenger. Our Russian subsidiaries such Alstom Power Stavan, specialized in environmental control systems, Alstom Turbomashines and Alstom Uniturbo (engineering for the steam/nuclear power plants), have all celebrated their 20th anniversary and are now serving markets all over Europe and Alstom's business worldwide.
Localization via joint ventures in transport, power and grid is the Alstom strategy in Russia and it has already born fruits. EP20 electric locomotives jointly developed with our Russian partner Transmashholding, able to run at 200 km/h, are the fastest in Russia and already in operation in 1520 mm gauge space, including the Moscow-Sochi “Olympic” line. The next one, joint with TMH, the freight 2ES5 loco, has recently got its certificate. Alstom and Atomenergomash will locally manufacture Arabelle half speed steam turbines for nuclear power plants in Russia and abroad. Alstom and Soyuz are manufacturing together high voltage switchgear as part of on-going efforts to modernize the Russian electrical grid. The list is far from being exhaustive.
Ethics & compliance is a top priority for Alstom worldwide. We have invested a great deal of effort in the deployment and integration of ethical rules across the local organisation.
Always committed to an ethical business approach, with the most comprehensive and balanced portfolio of generation, energy transmission and railway equipment and the rolling stock in the market, Alstom confirms its strategy to become a key partner for Russian infrastructure development.
Country President of Alstom Russia
Alstom Russia main executives
Robert Purcell, Country Finance Director
Yulia Mikhailova, Country Ethics and Compliance Officer
Maria Bobkova, Country HR Director
Ekaterina Dobrogorskaya, Country and Corporate Communications Director
Martin Vaujour, Senior Vice-President, Managing Director Russia and CIS
Sergey Kofman, Managing Director Services Russia and CIS
Yulia Bragina, Marketing Director
David Melykian, Technical Director
Alexey Bakin, Financial Director
Thermal & Renewable Power
Andrey Lavrinenko, Vice President Global Power Sales Russia & CIS
Salvatore Rotondo, Vice-President / Hydro Russia
Dmitry Sidelkovskiy, Managing Director Thermal Services Russia & CIS
Alexander Koptev, General Director Alstom Power Stavan (Environmental Control Systems)
Irina Sinyakova, General Manager / Gas
Igor Petrov, General Manager Alstom Power Uniturbo
Valery Rokhlin, General Manager Alstom Power Turbomachines
Andrey Zavadsky, General Director
Alexander Ivanov, Country Sales Director Russia
Andrey Zavadsky, Unit Managing Director / Automation
Viacheslav Ivanov, Commercial Director / Automation
Frederic Pechoux, Unit Managing Director for Solutions
Alexander Poltapanidi, Unit Managing Director for Service
Tatiana Vybornova, HR Director
Ivan Godin, Financial Controller
Alexey Belov, Chef of the regional representative office Center (Moscow)
Vsevolod Ozhigov, North-West Representative Manager (Saint-Petersburg)
Sergey Kuznetsov, Chef of the regional representative office Ural (Yekaterinburg)
Mikhail Veseliev, Chef of the regional representative office West Siberia (Surgut)
Roman Kupyansky, Chef of the regional representative office East Siberia Region (Irkutsk)
Andrey Udod, Chef of the regional representative office Far East (Khabarovsk)
Andrey Finogenov, Chef of the regional representative office South (Rostov/Don)