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AMC Announces Factory Rental Cities Set Up and Ready for Business.
Posted by: Sophie Blaster, AMC-CNN
Date: Year 22 Day 48 Onboard the Victory I-class Star Destroyer [AMC] Star Destroyer Flagship "Kashyyyk's Messiah" in system Dousc (3, 251).

This just in from AMC-CNN Information Magistrate, Sophie Blaster.

The Alliance of Mercenary Consortiums’ Pro Consuls, Max Ameeno Baca and Shri Bacca, traveled to the planet of Leafar yesterday to inaugurate AMC-ITECH’s new open borders industrial production cities and announce that it is now possible for individuals and factions to rent production facilities.


AMC-ITECH Factory Rental City
Sector: Ploo
  System: Leafar (80, 190)
  Planet: Leafar (12, 8)
  Surface: (6, 16)


Commenting on the new initiative, Shri Bacca read out the following official communique. “As the Galactic Conflict draws more and more systems into the fray, production pipe-lines and commerce supply chains are under more strain than ever before. The block of Neutral Governments and Factions have had to absorb some of that deficit and some have stepped up to provide a bulwark against a galaxy wide shortage of production outlets available for general use. AMC-ITECH has created Factory Rental Cities where anyone in the galaxy can now have the ability to produce under the Protective Covenant of AMC. Sentients entering into one of these Facility Rental Contracts will be allowed to join any AMC affiliated faction, gain production privileges, and they will be assigned as manager of one or more factories, hangars and silos on the picturesque gas giant Leafar in the Leafar System, Ploo Sector (80, 190).”

Citing the benefits of using Leafar as a base, Max Ameeno Baca stated “Free access to the surface of Leafar has always been guaranteed as Leafar remains one of the last free and open, unshielded planets in the galaxy. Renters may choose from a variety of DCs from all AMC affiliated factions or use their own DCs from other sources. AMC-ITECH's fully automated factories, technical support and luxury accommodations provide a harmonious and effort free production experience.”

For more information on this new economic initiative, interested parties are encouraged to contact AMC Proconsul Shri Bacca directly or visit AMC’s official news outlet:


AMC-ITECH has state of the art factory facilities on Leafar where all production needs can be met quickly, efficiently and most importantly, profitably. 

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