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

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 - writes baltic-course.com.

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 TallinnAllan Kiil, head of the service departmentMartin Paide, owner of a cleaning businessSven Honga, Kiil's neighbor and Bone Invest ownerToivo Promm, and the companiesKeskkonnateenusedOU andBone InvestOU.

The defendants deny having caused any damage.

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