Capital Runs 1-66Posted: 2013-04-19 Filed under: industry, ships | Tags: archon, chimera, moros, naglfar, nidhoggur, revelation, thanatos 2 Comments
The Capital construction project has been running for 163.5 days and so far has generated 18.06 B profit with a hull moving every 2.48 days on average.
April and November are excluded from the average calculation as November was our start-up month and the books for April are still open. The average number of hulls we have been moving has been rather steady, coming in at 13.25/month.
As expected the Thanatos and Archon are more popular followed by the Chimera. I wish I could package tears for our brave Nidhoggur pilots, as it is the worst racial Carrier.
We started Dreadnought production in January-February so I’m not surprised that their movement has been low. Given the impending changes to the Naglfar, that BPO has been put into production and will hopefully become a strong source of income #nag2013.
Out of curiosity how many hulls are you up to pr. batch?
At present we run 7 carriers and 1 dread per batch. At this ratio our set of component BPOs are kept in a pretty much constant cycle of manufacture and I stagger which dread to make per batch. Though on the last batch I did produce 2 nags in preperation for demand