EIC Acquires Federal Capital Ship Dry-Dock

After months of preparation and several focused economic and military operations, the East India Company has appropriated a Federal Capital ship dry-dock.

Located just outside Still Hangar in Neits system, this former Pride of the Federal Navy sits silent in the dry-dock, awaiting determination by CEO Jahena Yar Savor on how best to utilize the new asset.

“The East India Company is proud to add this essential military asset to the Empire’s forces. In these times of uncertainty, our Navy is more equipped to handle outside threats than ever before,” the CEO said in an address broadcast from her office in Kappa Fornacis, sent to comm-links across all twenty-eight EIC occupied and controlled systems. She continues, “As our growing corps of intrepid Pilot’s Federation Commanders continue to aid our fearless security forces, I want to assure all Imperial citizens and honored guests under our umbrella of protection, your homes and vital shipping lanes are secure.”

This news comes as the Company is boasting a record number of sales in the EIC Trading Post. Despite expanding trade operations, we are proud to report zero operational losses in the wake of regular service-related piracy attempts in our ever-expanding trade network.

Security is a top priority as the Thargoid threat looms over the increasingly xeno-infested Bubble and as local faction tensions continue to rise.

From the Office of Public Relations

East India Company

Harvestport, Kappa Fornacis

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