-I’d like to welcome you to the official website and storefront of the Royal Shipwrights Company. We want to expand our market base and open up our products to the world. In light of which, the Royal Shipwrights Company opened this storefront as a comprehensive, but succinct, resource that is easily accessible to all past, present and future clients and investors. This resource is regularly updated with the latest products and customer information pertinent to your needs. It is easily navigable and we hope you will be able to find all the information you need. Our communication director (see the Management Team section) and her friendly and capable team at the Customer Care Center is ready to assist you with all your requests and needs.
The Royal Shipwrights Company has the vision to be the number one builder of ships and other maritime equipment in the world. We have the infrastructure, in-house research and development team, experienced and qualified personnel, and production facilities to build the best ships for you. Our company was started over 200 years ago. We have been at the forefront of maritime combat technology for decades. Our expertise in this field is unmatched. Moreover, we want to cater to the specific needs of our clients. We work with and for your individual needs while finding ways to work around budget constraints. We strive to be a company that puts our clients first and ensure that you are satisfied with every purchase.
This resource is comprised of different sections for understanding the terms and conditions, application process, the team behind the making of your precious purchase and a history of our company so that you are familiar with who we are and where we’ve come from. I hope that you will find the perfect model. Feel free to contact any of our directors for any requests, questions or comments. I hope that you will enjoy your stay. Thanks for visiting.
[th colspan=“3”]Table of Contents[/th][th][/th][th]Section[/th][th][/td]1HistoryThis section contains a brief history of our company. It desccribes how the company has evolved and how this has shaped its modern character.2A Message from the Legal TeamThis section contains all the terms and conditions you need to know. This also contains information on how to get assistance on any legal issues.3A Message from the Financial TeamThis section contains all the information you need to know about refunds, making payments, financial assistance available and credit terms.4The Management TeamThis section gives a brief biography on one of the major players behind the running and management of our company.5CatalogueThe Catalogue contains all the information on available ships.5Ordering your shipThis section contains information on ordering your ship.
The Royal Shipwrights Company was founded approximately 200 years ago. Idi Iliyodu was a blacksmith from the city of Kahiru in the early 1800s. He apprenticed under the Master Smithy Thayimu Tajiku, a prolific master of metallurgy. He grew in prominence himself. He was so prized for his skill, particularly at making mechanical machines, that he was was asked by a South Hills company to work for them. He accepted their offer and moved to South Hills shortly after. He worked for the company learning the skill and craft of making steam engines and steam technology. He cultivated this gift accrued knowledge on the intricate process behind this new technology, that catalysed and defined modern industrialisation and technological development. With the skills that he acquired, he approached a Hamanian company that made ironclad ships. The company had gone bankrupt after failing to pay back its debts. He bought the remaining assets that the company owned and employed its former crew.
He leased one of the dockyards from the Crown. In this yard, he began repairing ships that had been damaged by storms, accidents or egular wear and tear. After making a sizeable fortune, he invested in building ships of his own. The company began building steam powered ironclad ships. The company was still relatively small and desperately needed support of it was to remain viable in the long run. The Crown, noticing his activities and wanting to advance Hamanian shipbuilding (which did not catch on ironclad and steam technology, falling flat as rigid copyrights prevented exploration into the sector. The Crown invested in the company. With its financial and legal support, the company was renamed to the Royal Shipwrights Company and began building ironclad steam powered ships.
In the 1910s, the company began making warships. The company began by adapting civilian ships with machine guns and batteries for the Imperial Navy. The company bought patents for the making of corvettes and frigates from a Staynish company. They worked on the designs and began producing those ships. The company built the Royal Shipwrights Company Laboratories in partnership with the Komodu Institute for Science and Technology in the 1950’s. They began dramatically expanding their in-house research. They developed new hydraulic systems, delivery systems, adapted new armour and defence, developed mine detection technology, and installing radar. The company then began producing its first submarines in the 1970s. This project was a failure and failed to attract customers. In the 1980s the company started on the project again. They solved the propulsion issues, and managed to create a unique hull-lock and internal pressure system that allowed the ships to dive even deeper than they had before. In the 1990s the company began the construction and development of an aircraft carrier for the Imperial Navy. This carrier significantly expanded the research and production capabilities of the company. The prototype was completed in 1998 and successfully tested. In 2001, the final product came online. The company has been going from strength to strength ever since.
The Legal Team at the Royal Shipwrights Company would like to present the following terms and conditions.
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Section 1: The Royal Shipwrights Company (hereinafter referred to as “company”) is a public propriety limited company constituted in terms of Hamanian law (in reference, in particular, to the Company Act 12 of 1993 and Maritime Industries Act 34 of 2004, notwithstanding all other case, by and statutory laws and applicable). This means that the Company and its shareholders are separate legal entities. While the Company is owned by shareholders, the Company owns all the designs, assets and other property physical and intellectual contained in this site. As such it is a legal personality distinct from its shareholders.
Section 2: The content of this site and all the information and images on it are property of the Company. Unauthorised distribution, reproduction, redistribution and modification shall be subject to legal action and full compensation under the Digital Information Act 34 of 2008. The blueprints and specifications are registered as the trademarked property of the Company under the Copyrights and Intellectual Property Act of 2007. The designs and other information are not the property of the design, research and development team and staff therefore they cannot provide clearance of use or sale of the aforementioned copyrighted intellectual property.
Section 3: The Company has the right to refuse to conduct business before the completion of a sales contact. Under Hamanian law we are bound with certain customer protection legislation under the Consumer Protection Act 17 of 2014. We reserve the right to deny and order.
Section 4: We will not release personal information about our staff except to the legal authorities of the Kingdom of Hama in line with the Criminal Procedure Code as mandated. We will not share personal information about our clients, their relative and any other information. Any information conducted as part of a survey or other research will be kept anonymous.
Section 5: The Royal Shipwright Company shall only render services to Clients who have official diplomatic representation in Hama. To request an embassy with Hama please submit a form here: http://forum.theeastpacific.com/topic/7016731/
Section 6: Enemy and hostile states to the Kingdom of Hama WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED AND THE APPLICATION SHALL BE AUTOMATICALLY REJECTED
Section 7: The Client may not reverse engineer products sold to them.
Section 8: PLEASE READ, ACCURATELY AND COMPLETELY FILL OUT THE APPLICATION FORM, PAYMENT FORM AND CONTRACT otherwise your application may be REJECTED.
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You MUST pay a deposit fee of 20% of your purchase excluding tax.
All customs and taxes will be added on TOP of the price and MUST be paid by the Client.
The client shall enter into a payment agreement with the company on how you would like to pay the outstanding fee for your purchase. Please complete and return the form below with your order:
**Payment agreement** I, [INSERT THE CLIENT NAME] agree to pay the Royal Shipwrights Company a deposit (20% of the total purchase price excluding taxes) of [INSERT AMOUNT]. The outstanding balance shall be paid back in equal payments as follows (tick box) ]One full payment upon receiving the asset. ]One full payment 6 months from the end of cancellation period (with a claimable refund of 5% of purchase excl. tax) ]Monthly (interest of 5% compounded monthly) for 2 years commencing one year after the end of the cancellation period ]Quarterly (interest of 7% compounded monthly) for 2 years commencing one year after the end of the cancellation period ]Semi annually (interest of 12% compounded monthly) for 2 years commencing one year after the end of the cancellation period ]Annually (interest of 18% compounded monthly) for 2 years commencing one year after the end of the cancellation period If you fail to make a payment, you agree to pay a 100,000 KRB late fee. If you fail to make 2 payments, the company has the right to terminate the agreement and retain all monies paid up to that point. [To request a waiver, please send a message and the Board will discuss the issue]. Signed _________________ DATE: Client _________________ DATE: Witness
Malakim Binhaminu is the incumbent CEO. He has served in this position for the past 7 years. Malakim Binhaminu has a Bachelor of Accounting degree with the University of Komodu and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Lutherburg, Kuthernburg. He is an assertive leader who brings out the best in his employees. He is well spoken and highly intelligent. He supports the collaboration of companies with universities to prepare new engineers, scientists and other professionals and conduct research. He has consolidated the research and scholarship financing under a single fund, the Malakim Binhaminu Fund that is funded by the Royal Shipwrights Company.The Chief Executive Officer, colloquially known as the CEO is the highest senior corporate officer, administrative head and executive leader of the company. He reports to the Board of Directors on a regular basis. He charged with overseeing the daily administration of the company and the daily issues that the company is confronted with. He has a critical role in the appointment of senior staff.-https://serving.photos.photobox.com/5385940513d044fa28c8f3effe178db45099553d828cbaad94efb8906b1234992943014b.jpg
Israyelu Yakobu is the Chairman of the Board of Directors. Israyelu Yakobu is a former investment consultant. After graduating from the University of Kahiru with a Bachelor of Finance degree, he published several books among them the best-selling How to be a millionaire. His work has had an enormous impact across the globe.The Chairman presides over meeting of the Board of Directors. He calls the meetings upon a request of the board, three directors or shareholders owning at least 25% of the stake in the company. He also organizes the annual general meeting of the shareholders and presents the report of the Board to it.-
The current Financial Director is Basamu Ibrahimu II. He is the son of the property magnate, Basamu Ibrahimu I. He studied Actuarial Science at the Royal Bursil University in Styanes, the United Kingdom, and studied his Masters in Taxation Law at the Abrahamic University of Hama. He is a shrewd, rigorous financial managers, lauded by peers for his high integrity.The Financial Director manages the financial operations of the company. He works with his team to update the Financial Terms and Conditions. He prepares the financial statements and reports on the financial health of the company to stakeholders.-
Mahadu Fayisalu is the Legal Director of the Royal Shipwrights Company. He has received his Bachelor of Law degree at the University of Hama. He went on to attain his Master and Doctor of Law degrees the the University of Komodu. He is a strong legal advisor and representative, and academic. He has worked on several important cases for large clients. He is responsible for the legal policies of the company, advising the Board on and handling all legal matters relating to the company. He ensures that the company remains compliant with its legal obligations within the jurisdictions of its operations.-
Zahara Suleymanu is the head of research and development. She is an A-rated researcher. She graduated from the Komodu Institute of Science and Technology with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Chemical Engineering. She went on to get a Masters and Doctoral Degree in Nuclear Physics. Her research on gamma radiation on ships remains a prolific standard for the industry. She is the head of the Research and Development Team. She oversees the development of new products and the designs of the ships. She oversees the process of invention and innovation.-
Ramina Basimallahu is the head of the production team. She graduated from the University of Abadulahu with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechatronics (a combined degree of mechanics and electronics). She manages and oversees the actual production of ships. She oversees the construction and production of their parts. She facilitates the realisation of conceptualisations of the R&D Team