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Pontecorvo Firm

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Pontecorvo Firm
Type Public
Industry
  • Defense
  • Shipbuilding
  • Government services
  • Oil and gas
Founded 1676 AN
Headquarters Amapola, Alduria

The Pontecorvo Firm is the most important shipbuilding company in Alduria-Wechua and one of the key providers of professional naval services to the Aldurian military. It is headquartered in the city of Pontecorvo, in the Region of Alduria.

Founded in 1676 AN, the Pontecorvo Firm maintains its largest shipbuilding complex in the city of Pontecorvo, Pontecorvo Shipbuilding. In 1681 AN, as part of some of the privatization program put into place by the Velez government in Alduria, the Pontecorvo Firm purchased the Aldurian Shipbuilding Corporation and gained its large commercial shipbuilding operation in the city of Alkhiva. After the purchase of the ASC, the Pontecorvo Firm announced that it was developing a new division that would aim to revive Aldurian military shipbuilding in 1685 AN.

In 1684 AN, the Pontecorvo Firm developed plans for the Aldurian Department of Defense to build Alduria’s first aircraft carrier, along with other military ships like destroyers, frigates, attack submarines, and others for the Aldurian military. The aircraft carrier project has come under heavy criticism due to its large price tag. The aircraft carrier project was canceled after the 1685 Aldurian coup d'état.

Divisions

  • Pontecorvo Shipbuilding (Aldurian Navy aircraft carriers, submarines, refueling and complex overhaul, ship inactivation)
  • Rothborne Shipbuilding & Offshore Industries (Aldurian Navy surface combatants, amphibious warships, and Maritime Security Cutters)
  • Aldurian Shipbuilding Corporation (Commercial shipbuilding, energy and marine infrastructures, construction of port and marine infrastructure, construction of electric power plants)
  • Pontecorvo Technical Solutions (Alduria Navy fleet support, software engineering and IT solutions, cybersecurity, training, unmanned systems, intelligence analysis, nuclear energy operations, nuclear fabrication, oil and gas services)

Facilities

The Pontecorvo Firm operates facilities in several key locations across Alduria-Wechua:

  • Pontecorvo Shipbuilding Yards (Pontecorvo, Asuara, Alduria);
  • Rothborne Shipbuilding & Offshore Industries Complex (Rothborne City, Rothborne, Alduria);
  • La Fortaleza de Melusina Yard Complex (La Fortaleza de Melusina, South Lyrica);
  • Port Tablot Shipyards (Port Tablot, Isles of Caputia);
  • Aldurian Shipbuilding Yards (Alkhiva, Compostela, Alduria);
  • Punta Santiago Yards (Punta Santiago, Capital District, Alduria - fleet support, training, and repair);
  • Norvind Navy Yard (Norvind, Altus, Alduria - fleet support, training, and repair);
  • Piriya Navy Yard (Piriya, Baatharz Autonomous Region, Alduria - modeling and simulation, training, professional services);
  • Naval Group Yard (Alvarenga, Ladino Autonomour Region, Alduria - fleet support, training, and repair; IT and cybersecurity services);
  • Wechu Yard (San Francisco, Qullasuyu, Wechua Nation - fleet support, training, and repair).

Products

Commercial

Container Ships and Oil Tankers

ASC Container Ship/Oil Tanker Size Categories
Name Capacity (TEU) Length Beam Draft Example
Super Container Vessel (SCV) 14,501 and higher 1,200 ft (366 m) and longer 160.7 ft (49 m) and wider 49.9 ft (15.2 m) and deeper The ASC builds the following classes under this size category:
  • Aqaba-class
Pic 1
AqabaMax1 5,101––14,500 1,200 ft (366 m) 160.7 ft (49 m) 49.9 ft (15.2 m) The ASC builds the following classes under this category:
  • Nivardom-class
  • Aldric-class
Pic 2
AlkhivaMax2 3,001–5,100 965 ft (294.13 m) 106 ft (32.31 m) 39.5 ft (12.04 m) The ASC builds the following classes under this category
  • Ships-of-the-Bay-class
Pic 3
FeederMax3 2,001–3,000 The ASC builds the following classes under this category:
  • Khan-class
Pic 4
Feeder 3 1,001–2,000 The ASC builds the following classes under this category:
  • Edgardia-class
Pic 5
BabyFeeder3 Up to 1,000 The ASC builds the following classes under this category:
  • Independence-class
Pic 6

1 AqabaMax is the terms for the size limits for ships using the Port of Aqaba, Constancia. The limits and requirements are published by the government of Constancia. These requirements also describe topics like exceptional dry seasonal limits, propulsion, communications, and detailed ship design.

2 AlkhivaMax is the terms for the size limits for ships using the Port of Alkhiva, Alduria. The limits and requirements are published by the Alkhiva Port Authority. These requirements also describe topics like exceptional dry seasonal limits, propulsion, communications, and detailed ship design. The Port of Alkhiva is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar "Deep Dredge Project" to dredge the bay to allow new, larger cargo ships to enter the port.

3 Feeder ships are the mid-size to small container ships produced by the ASC.

Military

Type Class Image Nations in use Notes
Aircraft Carrier Susa-class Susa-class-aircraft-carrier.jpg Initially proposed for the Aldurian Navy.
Under development until cancellation after
1686 Aldurian coup d'etat.
Amphibious Assault Ship Behaurnais-class Beauharnais-class-amphibious-assault-ship.jpg Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua (2)
Amphibious Command Ship Carrillo-class Carrillo-class-amphibious-command-ship.jpg
Amphibious Transport Docks Ignatius-class Ignatius-class-amphibious-transport-dock.jpg Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua (1)
Expeditionary Mobile Base Cartagena-class Cartagena-class-expeditionary-mobile-base.jpg
Dock Landing Ships Vranscia-class Vranscia-class-dock-landing-ship.jpg
Large Maritime Security Cutter Napoleon-class Napoleon-class.png Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua (61)
Medium Maritime Security Cutter Berthier-class Asset 2Berthier-class.png Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua (10)
Fast Response Cutter Murat-class Murat-class.png
Cruisers Augustine-class Augustine-class-cruiser-ship.jpg Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua (2)
Destroyers Valeria-class Valeria-class-destroyer.jpg Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua (2)
Littoral Combat Ships Alvarenga-class Alvarenga-class-littoral-combat-ship.jpg Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua (3)
Mine Countermeasure Ships Isabella-class Isabella-class-mine-countermeasure-ships.jpg Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua (11)
Coastal Patrol Ships Piriya-class Piriya-class-coastal-patrol-ship.jpg Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua (10)
Ballistic Missile Submarines Tudela-class Tudela-class-ballistic-missile-submarine.png Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua (5 – on order) Construction across two tranches.
Entry into service expected
1694 – 1704.
Attack Submarines Franciscania-class Franciscania-class-attack-submarine.jpg Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua
(11 – on order)
Construction across three tranches.
Entry into service expected
1690 – 1700.
Ocean Surveillance Ship Cárdenas-class Cardenas-class.jpg Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua (4)
Hospital Ship Compassion-class Compassion-class-ship1.jpg Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua (10) The Compassion-class hospital ships are
converted oil supertankers built by the civilian
arm of the Pontecorvo Firm.

Production

Commercial

Unit Type Client Order Placed Date Placed Construction Delivery Notes
Khan-class FeederMax The Honourable Company in Apollonia 6 19.XII.1690 AN

Clients

Military

Unit Type Client Order Placed Date Placed Construction Delivery Notes
Compassion-class Batavia Bataafse Koninklijke Zeemacht 1 1687 AN 1688-1689 1689 AN Delivered.
Piriya-class coastal patrol ship Batavia Bataafse Koninklijke Zeemacht 10 1687 AN
Isabella-class mine countermeasure ships Batavia Bataafse Koninklijke Zeemacht 4 1687 AN
Alvarenga-class littoral combat ship Batavia Bataafse Koninklijke Zeemacht 1 1687 AN
Alvarenga-class littoral combat ship Batavia Bataafse Koninklijke Zeemacht 1 1687 AN
Napoleon-class maritime security cutter Batavia Bataafse Koninklijke Zeemacht 49 1687 AN
Franciscania-class attack submarine Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua 11 1688 AN Construction across three tranches. Delivery into service expected
1690 – 1700.
Tudela-class ballistic missle submarine Alduria-Wechua Military of Alduria-Wechua 5 1690 AN Construction across three tranches. Delivery into service expected
1694 – 1704.
Napoleon-class maritime security cutter Hurmu Revenue Service of Hurmu 6 1690 AN
Piriya-class coastal patrol vessel Suren Naval Forces of the Popular Levy 12 1690 AN
Franciscania-class attack submarine Elluenuueq Union Defence Force 6 1693 AN Construction across two tranches. Delivery into service expected
1696 – 1704.
Behaurnais-class amphibious assault ship Elluenuueq Union Defence Force 4 1693 AN
Carrillo-class amphibious command ship Elluenuueq Union Defence Force 2 1693 AN

Clients

See also