Corporate profile

Since the beginning of 1988 Ox-Gallstone focuses its efforts on the export of Resources mainly used in the manufacture of Traditional Chinese medicine and modern medicine.

Throughout several years of experience, the company has developed a specific procedure:

  • Ox-Gallstone works with a persistent customer base from all around the world, including China, Hongkong, Taiwan, Singapore, Korea and Japan. Ox-gallstone enters into an delivery agreement with these customers.
  • The contracts of the austrian Ox-Gallstone company are carried out by the Russian subsidiary OOO Ox-Gallstone East, Omsk. The CEO of this company is also Elena Tennigkeit.

The undertaking of OOO Ox-Gallstone East, Omsk contracts encompasses:

  • The purchase of products according to the contract specifications
  • The appropriate packing fine tuned to the product
  • Customs clearance
  • Direct delivery into Asian countries or other requested destinations

Corporate History

  • 1988 The Ox-Gallstone Import/Export company was founded by father and son, Hilmar and Jörg Tennigkeit. The company has specialized itself in the Im- and Export of cow gallstones.

  • 1990 The company expands its operations towards the Russian market. Importing reindeer antlers. During the same year Ox-Gallstone establishes its first foreign representative in St.Petersburg, Russia.

  • 1991 Hilmar Tennigkeit’s, at the time, future wife Elena Fours joins the company

  • 1994 Jörg Tennigkeit resigns from the Company and opens his own company in the same Business branch.

  • 1997 Ox-Gallstone has been established as “Ox-Gallstone Company for medicinal resources and devices Ltd.” The companies CEOs are the married couple Hilmar & Elena Tennigkeit.

  • 2006 Since the passing away of previous company CEO Hilmar Tennigkeit in the February of 2006, Elena Tennigkeit is the leading and only CEO of Ox-Gallstone Company for medicinal resources and devices Ltd.

  • 2013 Establishment of the company Ox-Gallstone Ltd. in Vienna, Austria.

  • 2016 Finalization of the companies resettlement to Vienna, Austria through the closure of the Ox-Gallstone company in Germany.