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Boat Scrapyard is the one stop marine chandlery shop where we list all of the boat parts we recycle from end of life boats. We also have brand new items which are surplus chandlery stock. The aim is to have the biggest selection of new and used boat parts for sale around.

Our sister company  Boatbreakers, source end of life boats through their marine recycling network. Many of the boat parts we sell will be extremely hard to get hold of due to the boats they come from no longer being in production.

The Boat Scrapyard team will always try and price each item for a fair price. Unless an item is brand new it will very rarely be anywhere near the full retail price. So there should be plenty of boaty bargains!

We want to hear from you. As we expand our Marine Recycling network we want you to  tell us the parts you are looking for . Another service we want to offer is pre-ordering parts from boats that we will be having delivered soon.

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Used boat parts are the most economical alternative to buying fresh parts for your boat. There are numerous organizations which are involved in the process of stocking quality, well maintained second-hand boat parts. It is a more cost effective method to buy used boat parts as they offer cost savings over new parts. Also, there are a number of models of outboard and sterndrive motor parts which are no longer manufactured. This has, in turn, led to making it difficult for the owners of these motors to find authentic and genuine parts. The only possible way this can be done is to use second hand boat parts. However, the question which inevitably arises is the condition of the used parts. The best bet in the field of buying bona fide used boat parts is U.S. Boatworks. With over thirty years of industrial experience to its name, USBoatworks offers some of the best quality obsolete boat parts that you can find in the market. Their parts come from motors that have only seen fresh water lakes and rivers so you don’t have to worry about receiving salt water damaged parts. U.S. Boatworks caters to models of boats from the 1950s to the present year. This translates into the fact that there is an extensive catalog of NLA boat parts from which you can choose. Buy your used NLA parts from USBoatworks, your #1 source for Boat Parts. Looking for an obsolete part number for your vintage motor? Check out our boat parts finder for parts lookup by engine diagram. Simply find your manufacturer and model number and then select the major engine component. Once the engine component is selected, you will get an exploded view engine diagram with part numbers. If those parts are in stock, you can add them to your cart. Odds are if you have an older model boat motor that the part will say “call us”. This means that we could have it in stock as a used or NOS boat part. Feel free to call or email us about the part you need and we will happily get right back to you.

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Anchors & Oars is a veteran-owned company dedicated to preserving the legacy of boating by recycling and reselling salvaged boat parts. Our extensive inventory spans a wide range of years, from 1930s vintage finds to contemporary equipment, with a focus on hard-to-find 1970s-80s sailboat parts. Whether you're looking for practical items like cleats, sails, and lines, or charming decorative accents like wall décor, cushions, and pillows, we have something for every boater. All of our offerings are available at a fraction of the retail price, making it easier for you to keep your boat in top condition. Visit our physical store in Grasonville, MD to explore our offerings and find the perfect items for your vessel.

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Discover the unique advantage of shopping with us! With a flexible sourcing method, we are able to offer a range of rare and hard-to-find items that you won't find anywhere else. Whether you're searching for a discontinued product or a one-of-a-kind item, we just might have it. Don't let "hard to find" hold you back. Browse our full inventory today and see what we have to offer. And if you're looking for something specific, don't hesitate to let us know. We're here to help you find what you need!

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Often, a boat is left with someone who cannot be its caretaker, for various reasons. While many companies charge $100 per foot just to pick up and dispose of the boat in a landfill, adding thousands of pounds of waste to the environment, we take a different approach. We aim to reuse and recycle 80% of each boat we take in. Our removal pricing is evaluated on a case-by-case basis, but we are usually very affordable, and often even free, for sailboats. This is how we maintain a majority of our inventory. We prioritize reducing, reusing, and recycling not just for boats, but in all that we do including sails through our sail donation program!

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Buy USED boat parts and save a fortune

By Author Fiona McGlynn

Posted on Last updated: August 16, 2023

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Find great deals on used boat parts at boat salvage yards, marine consignment stores, and online

Table of contents

  • 1 Where to buy used boat parts?
  • 2.1 How it works
  • 2.2 What you’ll find
  • 2.5 Find boat salvage yards near you
  • 3.1 How it works
  • 3.2 What you’ll find
  • 3.5 Find marine consignment stores near you
  • 4.1 How it works
  • 4.2 What you’ll find
  • 4.5 Buy second-hand boat parts online from these websites:
  • 5.1 How it works
  • 5.2 What you’ll find
  • 6 Tips for buying used boat parts

If prices for new boat parts make you cringe, you can buy used boat parts for less than half the retail price . The trick is knowing where to look.

Where to buy used boat parts?

There are four best places to find used boat parts and marine supplies:

  • Boat salvage yards (boat junk yards)

Marine consignment stores

  • Online stores
  • Salvage auctions

Be sure to check out the maps below to find used boat parts near you.

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Boat salvage yards and boat junk yards

If you enjoy bargain hunting, you’ll love picking over parts at a boat salvage yard. A marine salvage yard is a place where wrecked and salvage boats go to be taken apart and recycled. Often these companies also specialize in boat removal and offer boat disposal services.

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How it works

Boat junk yards buy boats that are damaged beyond repair (or no longer wanted) from boat owners and insurance companies for rock-bottom prices. Sometimes these boat scrap yards will specialize in a certain type of boat (e.g. yachts or power).

The boat junkyard then dismantles and sells the boat salvage parts to customers.

At “pick and pull” yards” you’re set loose in the yard with a screwdriver, free to climb all over the boats and pull off the pieces that strike your fancy. The deals can be outstanding.

For example, I once spent a pleasant afternoon stripping 30 lbs of Harken blocks and cleats off a grounded race boat and paid only 25 dollars for my bag of booty. That hardware could have easily cost me 10-20x at a chandlery.

Very often the boat junk yard staff can help you find the right part. If you’re looking for a specific part, call ahead to inquire about availability.

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What you’ll find

If it’s attached to a boat, you’ll likely find it at a salvage yard! Engines, water pumps, winches, blocks, doors, hatches, booms, masts, etc.

Sometimes you’ll find items like used sails , lines, and electronics but many owners will strip out items that can be resold before delivering the boat to the salvage yard.

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  • Boat salvage yards are the place to go for the best price. Their cheap parts can make your boat repairs and projects a lot more affordable. Plus, there’s no shipping cost.
  • You can physically inspect the part before buying it
  • Boat junk yard staff will know the history of the boat and how this will affect the quality of the parts. For example, boat parts from freshwater boats tend to be in better shape than parts from saltwater boats. How the boat was damaged may also affect your decision to buy a part. For example, you might not want to buy rigging hardware from a boat that lost its mast. However, buying a boom from a boat with fire damage might be fine.
  • You get to be on the boat recycling front lines and pull everything apart yourself! It’s great weekend entertainment.
  • You often have to remove the boat parts you want from the boat (bring tools)
  • Parts are still attached to the boat and therefore not organized like they are in a chandlery. This makes it difficult to find and compare parts
  • Unlike new parts, used marine parts may be less durable, faulty, and there is no warranty
  • Boat salvage yards often have very few staff so don’t expect to get advice on your boat project

Find boat salvage yards near you

To find boat junkyards near you, check out this map of boat junk yards in the United States .

Boat shopping tip! If you’re looking for a good deal on a whole boat (not just parts), be sure to check out how to find cheap boats on Craigslist.

Good things come to those who rummage! If you’re lucky enough to have a marine consignment store in your area (see map below) you can save money on boat parts.

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Marine consignment stores buy or consign boat parts from boat owners and liquidation facilities and then resell them with a small markup. Sometimes stores will let you trade in your old boat parts.

For example, we once walked into a boat consignment store with three old sails we didn’t want and came out with a captain’s chair, a spinnaker pole , and $100 in cash. It’s a great way to turn your boat clutter into useful gear.

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Anything you’d expect to find in a chandlery including great deals on electronics, sails, rigging, and hardware.

  • Marine consignment stores have affordable prices and no shipping cost.
  • Staff only accept consignment items of a certain quality so you won’t have to wade through junk for hours
  • Items are organized throughout the store making them easier to browse
  • You have the opportunity to trade in your old boat parts
  • You can physically inspect the parts before purchase
  • Knowledgeable staff offer fast service and can advise you on boat parts and your projects
  • Though inexpensive, parts cost more than they would at a salvage yard
  • Occasionally consigned items have prices that are set too high by the owner of the item
  • There are no warranties or returns

Find marine consignment stores near you

Search for boat consignment stores near you. This map includes stores from Good Old Boat’s awesome list of boating consignment stores

Online stores for used boat parts

While most of the marine consignment stores above, also sell items online, there are a few organizations that specialize in online only.

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Search online to find a wide selection of parts and have them shipped right to your door.

Be sure to read the fine print and understand who the seller is. Sometimes it’s a company selling parts, in which case the parts have usually been inspected and tested. In other cases, the parts are being sold by an individual, in which case there are really no quality standards.

You can buy anything online that you’d find at a chandlery but keep in mind it will be a lot more expensive to ship heavy parts like anchors, chain, or propellers.

  • Buying online is cheaper than buying at a chandlery
  • Accessible and convenient
  • Easy to browse and compare parts in well-organized categories
  • Sometimes parts are inspected and tested before the sale
  • It’s possible to find highly specialized and discontinued boat parts
  • More expensive than marine consignment stores and boat salvage yards and there’ll be shipping costs.
  • There’s no way to personally inspect parts before the purchase
  • No in-person staff to provide advice, though often staff are available by email or phone

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Buy second-hand boat parts online from these websites:

In the last couple of years, many of the online boat part vendors have shut down their websites.

Shipwreck Salvage seems to be one of the few sites left standing. The company is run by a semi-retired mechanic and sells freshwater parts worldwide.

If you know of anyone who is selling boat parts online and has a large inventory, let us know in the comments and we’ll add them to our list.

Of course, you can always find boat parts in your local area (and beyond) by searching buy and sell sites like eBay, Kijiji, and Craigslist.

Salvage boats for sale at auction

There is one last place you can buy cheap boat parts – at auction! If you’re planning a big project (like outfitting a boat to sail around the world or restoring a classic boat) you may want to find a salvage boat for sale, buy it, and part it out yourself.

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Look for police and other auctions in your area or search an online auction site like AutoBidMaster, YachtSalvage.com, Copart , and SCA.

Find out when an auction is taking place in your area or use one of the online auction sites listed above. Place your bid and watch carefully as the bidding closes.

From storm-damaged sailboats to outboard motors to police-seized sport boats, you can find anything at auction, often at a more than reasonable price.

  • Buying a whole boat and parting it out will be very cost-effective because you’re buying in bulk
  • In the case of a live auction, you may be able to physically view the boat
  • You can sell any parts of the boat that you don’t need and recoup some of the purchase price
  • Buying at auction can be exciting!
  • It’s hard to know the quality of individual parts as you won’t be able to inspect them in detail
  • You’ll need somewhere to store the boat while you’re parting it out
  • Parting out a boat is time-consuming
  • Once you’ve finished parting out the boat there will be disposal costs

Tips for buying used boat parts

  • Be precise . Before purchasing, make sure it’s the right part and compatible with your specific boat’s make and model. Before calling a parts department, see if you can find a serial number for the part you’re replacing. Also, take careful measurements of all the key dimensions and check them against the listing.
  • Inspect thoroughly . When buying used boat parts, it’s essential to inspect them thoroughly. Request detailed photos from different angles and ask the seller about the condition, history, and any known issues with the part. If possible, arrange to see the part in person before finalizing the purchase.
  • Buy from reputable sources . Your best bet is to purchase used boat parts from reputable sources such as established marine salvage yards or dealers. Professional sellers are more likely to accurately describe the condition of the part as well as provide great service and fast shipping.
  • Check for warranty or return policy. Ask about any warranties or return policies offered by the seller. A limited warranty or return option can provide you with some peace of mind in case the part turns out to be faulty or incompatible with your boat.
  • Ask about service history . Inquire about the service history, especially if it’s a complex part or system like an outboard motor or stern drive unit. Knowing how the part was maintained, and if it received proper care, can give you insight into its overall condition and potential longevity.

Remember, while buying used parts can save you money, it’s important to balance cost savings with the quality and condition of the parts. Take your time to make an informed decision.

Happy used boat part shopping!

Fiona McGlynn

Fiona McGlynn is an award-winning boating writer who created Waterborne as a place to learn about living aboard and traveling the world by sailboat. She has written for boating magazines including BoatUS, SAIL, Cruising World, and Good Old Boat. She’s also a contributing editor at Good Old Boat and BoatUS Magazine. In 2017, Fiona and her husband completed a 3-year, 13,000-mile voyage from Vancouver to Mexico to Australia on their 35-foot sailboat.

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Great ideas for saving money! For anyone in the SF Bay area, you should visit Pelican Marine in Alameda. They're a consignment store with a very large inventory. You can visit them online at https://bluepelicanmarine.com/ but they don't have their full inventory there.

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A Guide to Buying Used Boat Parts: Here’s What You Need to Know

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One of the drawbacks to owning a boat is the maintenance involved with keeping it afloat and moving. It’s fine if you have the budget for a new boat that comes with a service plan, and the dealer takes care of the maintenance for you.

However, it’s a different story for used boat owners, especially those with aging models. If you have an older boat, then the company might be out of business, as is the case with Luhr. As a result, there are no spares for these boats available from a manufacturing source.

The only option left is scouring the salvage yards looking for the parts you need. Fortunately, there are salvage yards across the country, and most of them have plenty of inventory; it just takes some digging to find what you need.

There are a few other resources owners can use when sourcing parts when their boat goes out of service plan.

  • Marine consignment stores
  • Online stores
  • Salvage auctions

Let’s unpack each of these resources to help you know where to look when buying used boat parts.

Boat Salvage Yards

If you’re looking for the best source for used parts, we recommend checking out a local salvage yard. You’ll find your spares and usually pay next to nothing for them. The drawback is the time, expertise, and tooling required to use this resource properly.

How the Salvage Yard Works

The salvage yard is where boats go to die. When an owner decides to scrap a vessel, it’s involved in an accident or abandoned; it eventually ends up at the salvage yard. Some salvage yards are huge, with hundreds or even thousands of boats in different states of disrepair.

Usually, you can call ahead to the yard and ask them if they have the specific parts you need on hand from a recent strip down. If they can’t give you that information, the yard should at least be able to tell you if they have the model of boat you’re looking for on their inventory list.

“Pick-and-Pull” salvage yards let you loose on the boats in the yard. Take your toolbox and dig through the vessels to find any spares you need. It’s a fun adventure if you have handy skills and some time on your hands.

What Can You Expect to Find at a Salvage Yard

The salvage yard is our go-to resource for finding boat parts. In your case, the yard will have more than one in varying states of condition. Engines, winches, water pumps, doors, blocks, hatches, masts, booms, and anything you need for your boat.

If you own a sailboat, you might find it hard to source the rigging and sails. However, many yards strip these components out when they bring the boat into the yard. Speak to the yard manager to see if they have any parts you can’t find on hand from a recent strip-down.

Boat Salvage Yards

What are the Pros and Cons of Using a Salvage Yard for Spare Boat Parts?

  • You’ll probably find the part you’re looking for at the yard, especially if you have a popular boat model.
  • The salvage yard offers you the most affordable option for purchasing spare parts for your boat.
  • You can inspect the part properly before buying it.
  • Some yards have manifestos of their inventory, and you can call in to find out if they have the part you need.
  • You can find parts no longer produced by the manufacturer.
  • Most yards are “pick-and-pull,” requiring you to find and remove the parts you need from the boat yourself.
  • You need some technical knowledge and handy skills, especially if you’re stripping a motor.
  • There is no warranty on the parts.
  • The yard won’t give you any advice on the right parts.

Top Boat Salvage Yards in the United States

There are yards up and down the east and west coasts of the United States and Canada. Here are a few options for the best yards in the following cities and boating hubs.

The Best Boat Salvage Yard in Florida

Don’s marine surplus and salvage.

Don’s has a great selection of new and used boats and a huge selection of boats ready for salvage. The lot sits on more than 17-acres, and you’ll find whatever you need at Don’s in Florida. Founded in 1979, Don’s is a local landmark and well-established in the boating community.

Don’s Marine Surplus and Salvage

  • Address: 5601 126th Avenue North, Clearwater, FL, 33760
  • Contact Number: 1-727-576-8577

The Best Boat Salvage Yard in California

San diego boat movers.

This company specializes in moving boats in and out of the water. They also pick up plenty of boats that end up in the salvage yard. The company also offers boat disposal, so they have plenty of inventory on hand, and you’ll probably find what you need without any trouble. SDBM also provides insurance certificates to fast-track filing for liability coverage.

  • Address: 6996-A Mission Gorge Road, San Diego, CA 92120
  • Contact Number: 1-619-582-0700

The Best Boat Salvage Yard in Texas

Bradwell boats.

Check out Bradwell Boats in Texas, from sunken and recovered boats to boats with bad engines or in states beyond repair. This company offers boat hauling, and they also have one of the best collections of retired boats available in Texas and the Southwest.

  • Address: 21010 Mockingbird Ln, Spicewood, TX 78669
  • Contact Number: 1-210-601-6118

The Best Boat Salvage Yard in New York

This boat removal company in New York services Long Island and the surrounding areas and waterways. They have a great reputation in the city, and one of the biggest yards in the state, with everything you need for your salvage project.

  • Address: 14 Deer Park, NY, 11729
  • Contact Number: 1-631-544-8000

The Best Boat Salvage Yard in Illinois

Southcentral outboards.

This company specializes in buying scrapped boats. If you’re looking for specific parts, call them and ask them if they have them in stock. If they can’t help you over the phone, talk a drive there, and you could find a gem in the mud.

  • Address: 14 North 2nd St., Altamont, IL, 62411
  • Contact Number: 1-618-9499

The Best Boat Salvage Yard in Louisiana

American marine & motorsports.

With a 30-year legacy cementing the company’s reputation in the local market, AM&M is a dealer, and they have one of the most impressive inventories of used spares for boats in the state. They do the salvaging themselves and sell through their store. You might spend a little more, but it saves you the time and hassle of sifting through the salvage yourself.

  • Address: 830 E Green Bay St., Shawano, WI, 54166
  • Contact Number: 1-920-445-8995

Best Boat Salvage Yards in Canada

Kawartha marine.

Kawartha Marine provides salvage services for boats of all makes, models, and lengths in Ontario, Canada. The company also has boat disposal services and a huge salvage yard to dig through.

  • Address: 9 Wychwood Crescent, Fenelon Falls, Ontario K0M 1N0
  • Contact Number: 1-705-559-4191

Premium Marine Wreckers & Recyclers

This company has a 40-year reputation as one of the best salvage yards in British Columbia. You’ll find anything you need in their yard. The company also offers long-term boat storage facilities.

  • Address: Salmon Arm, British Columbia
  • Contact Number: 1-205-306-7892

Why Look for Used Boat Parts in Salvage Yards?

Save money on your parts.

Salvage yards parts can save you up to 90% of the cost of buying them from used spares dealers.

Source Hard-to-Find Parts

Find parts on outdated models and manufacturing brands that went out of business.

Have Fun on a Scavenger Hunt

Spending an afternoon digging through old boats can be fun!

Tips for Sourcing Used Parts from Boat Salvage Yards

If you’re heading to the salvage yard to see if you can source a spare part or two, follow these tips for the best scavenger experience.

Look for Salvage Yards Close to You

Stay close to home, especially if you’re sourcing larger spares.

Look Up the Salvage Yard Online and Read Reviews

Check what people say about the yard on social media before driving out there and wasting your time.

Call the Yard and Speak with the Manager

Call the yard and speak with someone about finding the parts you need. Many yards strip popular models for spares. If the owner can’t tell you if they have the spare on hand, they should be able to tell you if they have the boat you’re looking for in the yard.

Marine Consignment Stores

The next place to check when buying used boat parts is the marine consignment store. These stores aren’t as widespread as salvage yards, but there are usually a few of them around major cities.

How it works

These retailers purchase their inventory from old boat owners, salvage yard auctions, and liquidation companies. They then sell the parts to the private market at a small markup. Some consignment stores may even offer you a limited warranty on the spare.

What you’ll find

This chandlery will have great deals on plenty of parts across many manufacturing brands and models. Call ahead and speak to someone to find out if they have the part you need for your boat.

What are the Pros and Cons of buying Used Boat Parts at Marine Consignment Stores?

  • Excellent prices compared to other used spare dealers.
  • Most stores quality-check items and offer limited warranties on some parts.
  • Items are organized and easy to find.
  • You can trade in old boat parts.
  • You can inspect your parts before buying.
  • The staff can advise you on the right parts.
  • Parts cost more than they do at the salvage yard.
  • Most items don’t come with warranties.

Online Boat Spares Websites

There are several ways to source boat parts online. Craigslist offers you a huge classified site with plenty of ads for boat spares. You’ll probably see many of the salvage yards advertising in the classifieds on the site.

You get a user-friendly browsing experience and easy identification of the parts you need. The seller will usually ship to your door, so there’s no need to drive around town to the salvage yard or the consignment store.

You’ll find a huge selection of parts online, from anchors to propellers. However, it might be expensive to ship heavier spares.

What are the Pros and Cons of Buying Used Boat Parts from Online Stores?

  • An affordable strategy for sourcing parts.
  • Plenty of selection for models and brands.
  • Shipping included to your door.
  • You can find specialized and discontinued spares.
  • There will be shipping costs, and heavy items can be expensive.
  • No way to view or inspect the parts physically before purchase.
  • Limited advice.

Boat Salvage Auctions

Sometimes, salvage yards and other boat removal companies may host salvage auctions where you can bid on parts through live or virtual events.

Look online for vendors and the dates they hold their auctions. You turn up at the venue or log into the site online and bid on the parts. Usually, the listing for the auction will give you the boats they are salvaging for spares.

Some sites will salvage boats and sell them at auction, while others may require you to purchase the whole boat, usually at a very affordable price.

You can find anything you need, from seized to damaged or repossessed boats.

What are the Pros and Cons of buying Used Boat Parts at Boat Salvage Auctions?

  • Buying an entire boat could be cost-effective for sourcing the parts you need in the future.
  • Live auctions let you view the boat physically.
  • Auctions are exciting!
  • You have to buy a whole boat, and that leads to storage problems and costs.
  • You might not need the entire boat.
  • Parting out a boat takes time.
  • There are disposal costs involved after you finish parting out the boat.
  • You need tools and knowledge to complete the task of parting out the boat.

Wrapping Up

Unless you have a new model boat you bought in the last ten years, chances are you’re going to have to end up using one of these methods to source the spares you need for your boat. Give them a try and see what works for your boat and your budget.

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I n February 2022, Russian forces invaded Ukraine. Soon after, a company named Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, which is based in Germany, decided to stop doing business in Russia. Hellmann’s Moscow office used to help Russian companies get tools, parts, and equipment from Western countries. But after the invasion, many shipments were stopped due to international sanctions. These sanctions are rules that prevent countries from trading with Russia to punish them for the invasion.

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When Hellmann left Russia, some of its employees saw a chance to start their own business. They formed a new company called Heinrich Tapp Rus, or HT Rus. This new company took over Hellmann’s old clients and continued to help Russian companies get the things they needed. HT Rus used a method called “parallel imports.” This means they shipped goods to Russia through other countries like Turkey or the United Arab Emirates to avoid the sanctions.

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HT Rus helped several important Russian companies, even those under sanctions. Some of their clients included:

  • Aurus: This company makes luxury cars used by Russian leaders, including President Vladimir Putin.
  • Kamaz: A big truck maker that also makes military trucks used in the war.
  • Tyumen Battery Factory: A company that supplies batteries for weapons.

How They Did It

HT Rus’s business model was to act as a middleman. They took orders from Russian companies and arranged for the goods to be shipped through countries that didn’t have strict sanctions against Russia. This made it look like the goods were coming from places like Turkey, not directly from Germany or other Western countries.

Legal Issues

Under U.S. and EU laws, it’s illegal to help sanctioned companies. If a Western company is found to be helping a Russian firm on the sanctions list, they could also face penalties. This could make it difficult for them to do business internationally.

The Connection to Germany

HT Rus was owned by a German company named HT East Management. This company had a German businessman as a shareholder. The German customs officials, who enforce sanctions, said that German companies could be held responsible if their foreign subsidiaries break the rules.

HT Rus’s Activities

Documents showed that HT Rus made about $17.5 million in revenue last year. They provided services to Aurus, Kamaz, and Tyumen Battery Factory. These services were likely to help these companies get the parts and equipment they needed despite the sanctions.

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HT Rus worked with several Russian clients who were placed under international sanctions. The Russian tax documents revealed that HT Rus provided services to these companies, helping them get around the restrictions imposed by Western countries.

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For instance, Aurus, the company that makes luxury cars used by Russian leaders, was one of their clients. Aurus was included on a U.S. sanctions list in February 2023 because its parent company is considered essential for Russia’s national defense and security. The sanctions mean that any company doing business with Aurus could also be placed under U.S. sanctions, making it hard for them to operate internationally.

HT Rus provided services to Aurus even after the sanctions were imposed. They conducted transactions worth $3,773 with Aurus, helping them continue their operations despite the restrictions.

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Another client was Kamaz, Russia’s biggest truck maker, which also manufactures military trucks. Kamaz was sanctioned by the U.S. and EU in June 2022 because its vehicles were used to transport Russian soldiers and missiles during the invasion of Ukraine. HT Rus provided services worth $290,725 to Kamaz and its subsidiaries, enabling them to get the parts they needed.

AO Proton, a maker of optical electronic equipment, was another client. AO Proton was placed under U.S. sanctions in May 2023. HT Rus provided services worth $26,156 to AO Proton after the sanctions were imposed. This company is known for its contributions to Russia’s military efforts.

HT Rus also worked with Tyumen Battery Factory, a company that supplies batteries for weapons. This company was placed under U.S. sanctions in December 2023. HT Rus provided services worth $312,000 to Tyumen Battery Factory, helping them continue their operations despite the restrictions.

Impact on International Relations

The actions of HT Rus and its German parent company, HT East Management, have raised concerns about the effectiveness of international sanctions. These sanctions are meant to punish Russia for its actions and pressure them to change their behavior. However, companies like HT Rus have found ways to circumvent these restrictions, allowing Russian companies to continue their operations.

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The involvement of German companies in helping Russia evade sanctions has also strained relations between Germany and other Western countries. Germany is a key member of the European Union and a close ally of the United States. The discovery that German companies are involved in helping Russia evade sanctions undermines the unity and effectiveness of the international community’s response to Russia’s actions.

Germany helped Russia evade sanctions through companies like HT Rus. By setting up a new company and using “parallel imports,” former Hellmann employees found a way to continue doing business with Russia. This example shows how businesses can sometimes find ways around international rules, even when the intention is to stop them.

In February 2022, Russian forces invaded Ukraine. Soon after, a company named Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, which is based in Germany, decided to stop doing business in Russia. Hellmann’s Moscow office used to help Russian companies get tools, parts, and equipment from Western countries. But after the invasion, many shipments were stopped due to international sanctions. […]

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