Ahvaz Automotive Engineering Company
|Type||Public Limited Company|
|Headquarters||Susa, Nouvelle Alexandrie|
Ahvaz Automotive Engineering Company (AAEC, colloquially known simply as Ahvaz) is a New Alexandrian automaker established in the city of Ahvaz, Alduria in 1673 AN. The AAEC is a subsidiary of ESB Susa. Ahvaz is known for its specialty as a manufacturer of ruggedized "utility land cruisers" for the Euran and international export market.
The Ahvaz Automotive Engineering Company first introduced Alduria methods for large-scale manufacturing of cars and large-scale management of an industrial workforce using elaborately engineered manufacturing sequences typified by moving assembly lines.
(as of 1694)
1681 Ransenari labor strike
Second Elwynnese Civil War
The onset of the Second Elwynnese Civil War saw the bulk of its stockpiled utility land cruisers in Ransenar and elsewhere in Benacia sold-out (it is a fair assumption that these were purchased for military and government use) by the first quarter of 1693, resulting in increased production runs in its Euran factories. The beginning of 1694 saw the incorporation of Ahvaz Lumenetra Automotive Engineering Company, a subsidiary of the eponymous automotive manufacturer, in the Viscounty, to operate warehousing and commercial port operations, as well as an independent repair facility.