Ferrus Industries

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Ferrus Industries
TypePublic
FEI
IndustryDefence industry
Founded1823; 199 years and 355 days
FounderMarrius Ferrus
HeadquartersAurus (HQ)
Number of locations
78
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Jakob Irons (CEO, President and Chairman)
ProductsMilitary aircraft & unmanned aerial vehicles
Military vessels
Missiles & Missile Defence Systems
Autocannons, chain guns & munitions
Satellites & space
Information technology
Electronic sensors and systems
Rocket launch systems
RevenueIncrease $49.05 billion (2020)
Increase $5.7 billion (2020)
Increase $5.25 billion (2020)
Total assetsIncrease $55.04 billion (2020)
Total equityIncrease $10.8 billion (2020)
Number of employees
153,918
Websitewww.ferrusindustries.mbe

Ferrus Industries, also Ferrus (FEI) is a Morstaybishlian global aerospace and defence technology company. With 153,918 employees and an annual revenue in excess of $49 billion, it is one of the world's largest weapons manufacturers and military technology providers.

Ferrus Industries is responsible for the development and production of many global advanced technologies, defensive capabilities, security, weapons and vehicles, and is the largest provider for the RAFOTE. It is headquartered in Aurus, Caltharus, and also includes 12 subsidiary companies, the biggest being National Morstaybishlian Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NMSSC) and Ferrus Mining, as well as manufacturing companies for civilians, Ferrus Laptops and Ferrus Automobiles.

Ferrus Industries was founded as a new-age firearms manufacturer for civilians in 1823 by Marius Ferrus. It grew exponentially, overtaking older and lacking firms. It had its first contract with the RAFOTE in 1895, which included manufacturing their rifle F98 at a national level. Ferrus grew largely and overwhelmed their competitors because the Morstaybishlian Empire married to Packilvania, creating a union, which adopted Ferrus as their main weapons supplier. This new revenue allowed them to expand their warehouses and increase their influence tenfold. Ferrus Industries heavily invested in the emerging automobile industry in the late 1910s and early 1920s. It focused on military vehicles, inventing powerful mechanics and engines. It began supplying the RAFOTE from 1933. Ferrus Industries created their daughter company Ferrus Automobiles and opened it to the public in 1941 where it began selling cars and light trucks. Today, Ferrus Automobiles sells cars, vans, trucks, motorbikes and other automobile products and components. the NMSSC was purchased as a subsidiary of Ferrus in 2015.

Products

Crewed Platforms
Name Type Caliber Unit Cost Notes Picture
Armored Fighting Vehicles
Colonarius mk2 Main Battle Tank 120mm 8,0 million Estimates project thousands of units in the armed forces (under revision). ColonariusMk2Ferrus.jpg
Colonarius mk1 Main Battle Tank 120mm 4,1 million Despite the introduction of Colonarius mk2 to service in 2012, the Mk1 has stayed in service thanks to multiple modernised versions. Tank Colonarius mk1.jpg
Transports
Name Type Crew Unit Cost Notes Picture
Buckler APC Armored Personel Carrier 2+10 350 000$ This APC was RAFOTEs main personel carrier from 1978 through 2006 BucklerAPCFerrus.jpg
Fauchard IFV Infantry Fighting Vehicle 3+7 3,2 million In it's 27 years of use, Fauchard has proven to be flexible and trustworthy companion for the armed forces. The modern Fauchard IFV has seen multiple modernisations that have allowed it to remain in use of the army. Though being replaced by CalSta IFV, it still sees wide use within line units and wartime reserves. FauchardIFVFerrus.jpg