|Name:||Haven Recycling Corporation|
|Date Founded:||Year 9 Day 373|
|Leader:||Chief Magistrate Siejo Kutol|
|Second in Command:||Master Architech Lashrac Sigil|
|Most Populated World:||N/A|
The Haven Recycling Corporation, a long-time member of the CIS, is one of the premier Recycling Companies in the Galaxy. Recently merged with Phoenix Recycling Corporation and Imperial Resource Commission, Haven is constantly pushing itself to be the best it can be.
Haven Recycling Corporation has a long and tortuous history. Through many mergers and renames, the factions heart has endured, but it makes for one Complicated history. The Haven Recycling Corporation, in its current form, is the result of mergers between the Haven Corporation, Phoenix Recycling and the Imperial Resource Convestions.
Haven was founded on Year 0 Day 5. Most of the Old Haven History has been lost, as many of the faction records were destroyed when faction ownership changed hands. What is known is that Haven was owned by the Trade Federation and was an active member in the Confederacy of Independent Systems. Its also know that Todor Ginchev, a nautolan, was the long time leader and in charge of keeping the faction going. In Year 9, Marco Salo was named successor to Mr. Ginchev, who left the Confederacy to start his own path. Haven was renamed Confederate Recycling Corporation in an emphasis on its main duties in the Confederacy.
Age of CRCEdit
Created from the remains of Haven Corporation led by Todor Ginchev CRC struggled at the beginning to create one of the best recycling companies from the remains of another. At first the company was lead by Marco Salo and was thought to be on the fast track to success but soon ran into problems with recruiting and clients. As it struggled more and more clients lost confidence in the company’s ability to meet demands, and it was soon clear that something drastic would have to be done. With that realization, CRC embarked on the single greatest challenge of the company’s history. With new leadership in the form of Siraloth Xivah the complete reorganization of the company and its clients began. The company soon restructured its hiring practices and started to only hire the most qualified, most experienced, and most dedicated engineers possible. With its employee standards raised, it then set its sights on restoring the confidence that was lost in the company. It started this by first satisfying all its current client’s contracts. CRC unfortunately realized that just satisfying its contracts would not be enough. The company began pushing itself beyond all possible limits and succeeding where other companies would fail. It finished before it was expected, took jobs other companies were afraid to, and soon proved beyond a shred of doubt that it was the best company for any job in any part of the galaxy.
Havens Golden AgeEdit
With hard times behind itself, CRC began the golden time of recycling. It soon had contracts being taken out everywhere in the galaxy from the core world to the outer rim. Soon the CRC’s reputation had grown so much it caught the eyes of some of the largest factions known in existence. While the company is at its best demolishing facilities and stations, its leaders soon realized a change would be needed. With such a growing reputation and power base it would soon have to choose where it would place that strength. It didn’t take long until it knew where that strength would best be served, the strong and reliable hands of the Trade Federation. With such a strong faction supporting it the CRC would have the power and demand for its serves to keep itself going forever. And it soon signed a contract with the Trade Federation to permanently work solely for them.
The Faction continued to do well, with the capable and experienced leadership of Dakin Nerwalker the CRC remained one of the top recycling company in the galaxy. Dakin and his capable staff the CRC focused on hiring the best of engineers to work for it all while continuing to grow. After the collapse of the CIS, CRC was renamed back to Haven Corporation, where it stayed until Year 11.
Rising from the AshesEdit
The Phoenix is a classic representation of rebirth and rebuilding from what has come before, in this regard Phoenix Recycling Corporation identifies with its namesake in both origin and function. Born from the ashes of the ZeroGravNomads corporation that preceded it, Phoenix exists to scour the galaxy reclaiming materials and parts from the past in order to help build a new future. Phoenix Recycling Corporation was born as the brainchild of Hodniwa Stone and his wife, Brooklyn Stone, the company's first chief executive officer. Through the tireless work of the Stone family Phoenix has been build into a shining example among the recycling industry. Additionally, the stone family's close ties with the New Republic led the company on the path to become a private sector affiliate. As the company continued to grow, the Stones decided it was time to pass their legacy onto a new generation of leadership.
A New Phase of LeadershipEdit
Desto Drake, one of Hodniwa's most loyal companions, was chosen as the new owner of Phoenix Recycling Corporation. After being handed the faction he began the search for a new leader ultimately appointing Dabrickashaw Jones as Brooklyn's replacement. Following on the strong foundation built by the Stones and continuing the great tradition of Phoenix as a private sector affiliate, Drake and Jones look to the future to continue the company's growth. Armed with a cutting edge fleet of vehicles, ships and facilities; and powered by a tight nit group of recycling and production experts Phoenix will continue to drive the industry standard for reclamation and production. The Fall of the Phoenix
Through some strange corporate dealings, the faction found itself void of most of its recycling assets and capital. Phoenix lost its Affiliate status in the New Republic and fell from the ranks of top recycling groups in the galaxy. The ownership of the faction changed hands many times, until landing in the lap of Aeonian Masha mid Year 11. Aeonian used his resources in Courier Commutations to try to revitalize the faction. Unfortunately, those resources were far inferior compared to what the faction needed. The faction looked to wallow down the path of inconsistency and ineptitude for the foreseeable future, until Aeonian took some necessary steps to ensure the factions survival.
Aeonian contact Siejo Kutol, Leader of the Corporate Alliance, for help in the matter of the future of his faction. After much debate and consultation, ownership of Phoenix was transferred to the Alliance. Phoenix was integrated into the Alliance Conglomerate under the Ministry of the Interior and was assigned to work as the Department of Reclamation Services. Minister of the Interior Tyrie Dajek was appointed leader of Phoenix and given the task of raising the faction from the dead.
After Six months in the Alliance, Phoenix proved to be a strong asset with recycling teams flying all over the Alliance Territory. Late in Year 11, the leadership of Haven Corporation, a long time Confederacy of Independent Systems faction, contacted the leadership of the Alliance. The Sponsors of Haven needed to expand business elsewhere, and, after tense negations, the two groups were merged. Together, under the banner of Haven Recycling Corporation began work on expanding its fleet and bringing its services to more and more of the galaxy.
Phoenix Recycling Corporation- Haven Corporation Time lineEdit
Day 5, Year 00:
Haven Corporation is Founded
Day 267, Year 09:
After a transaction error, Haven Corporation is dissolved, and immediatly reformed as the Confederate Recycling Company.
Day 337, Year 09:
ZeroGravNomads is founded and lays the foundation for what will become Phoenix Recycling Corporation.
Day 009, Year 11:
Phoenix Recycling Corporation was voted in as a Private Sector Affiliate of the New Republic by the honorable senate.
Day 065, Year 11:
Desto Drake, and Dabrickashaw Jones usher in a new era of leadership and growth for Phoenix Recycling Corporation
Day 112, Year 11:
Aeonian Masha becomes major stockholder of Phoenix Recycling Company, appoints self leader
Day 155, Year 11:
Corporate Alliance obtains 95% of available stocks of Phoenix Recycling Corporation, appoint Tyrie Dajek Leader
Day 212, Year 11:
Confederate Recycling Company reorganized by the Trade Federation, renamed Haven Corporation.
Day 240, Year 11:
Remus Voslikov appointed leader of Phoenix Recycling Corporation.
Day 249, Year 11:
Haven Corporation and Phoenix Recycling Corporation Merge efforts. Haven Recycling Corporation Opens Doors the next day.
Day 265, Year 11:
Haven Recycling Corporation joins the Corporate Alliance and Order of Kampar to Refound the Confederacy of Independent Systems.
Day 338, Year 11:
Siejo Kutol is appointed Leader of Haven Recycling Corporation.
Day 1, Year 12:
Haven Recycling Corporation and Imperial Resource Convestions merge efforts under the Banner of Haven Recycling Corporation.