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Automobile Industry
Pegasos Motors S.A. is the largest and oldest automobile industry in Pelasgia. Headquartered in the Galatopyrgos district of Propontis, the company is the flagship if the Pegasos Group, Pelasgia's largest corporate conglomerate and one of the most important globally. Pegasos produces quality cars for a variety of uses, generally aiming its products at the general public, choosing to use subsidiaries for luxury vehicles. It is renowned for its quality and durability, and is the favourite of Pelasgian consumers.

Current Vehicles
The ,* available as a 5-door liftback sedan or a 5-door estate, is Pegasos Motors' trademark family car and its most popular product. Derivatives include a police vehicle, a sports version, a four-wheel car, an eco-friendly vehicle, and an outdoors vehicle.

The is a supermini or B-segment car available in hatchback and estate versions. Perfect for life in small, historic or tightly populated cities, the Georgia is suited to young drivers.

The * is a large family car made by Pegasos Motors with front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive layouts available. It is ideal for suburban families, being sold in both 5-door liftback and 5-door estate variants.

The is a brand new small family car produced by Pegasos Motors in three versions: 4-door sedan (Toyou export), 5-door liftback and 5-door hatchback. It is ideally for family life in more tight urban environments.

The is a compact crossover 5-door sports utility vehicle (SUV) offering the luxuries of a modern SUV to the general public. Its available layouts include both front-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive.

The is Pegasos Motor's newest signature sports utility vehicle, combing high tech, endurance and comfort at a reasonable price. The 5-door mid-size crossover SUV is available in both front- and all-wheel-drive variants.

The is a compact 5-door SUV intended as a midway between the larger Arktos and the smaller Jackal. It is available in both front- and all-wheel-drive variants.

The is the smallest of Pegasos Motors SUVs, intended to be all-terrain but compact and comfortable.

The * is a compact hatchback and small family car designed as the ideal vehicle for suburban and rural families, as well as better-off urban families. It is available in all- and front-wheel-drive, and features the company's latest technology.

The
is Pegasos Motor's first all-electric crossover SUV. The innovative Enigma is intended to bring the comfort and reliability of an SUV into the 21st century, answering the question of how to combine a quality driving experience with environmental friendliness.

*Many Pegasos vehicles have utility and police versions, tried and tested by the Pelasgian and other governments for decades. Notably, the Pegasos Climax, Pegasos Arktos, Pegasos Aristos and Pegasos Athena form the backbone of the fleet of the National Civil Guard, Pelasgia's national police force.

Vehicles No Longer in Production
The was Pegasos Motors' longest selling and most celebrated supermini car. Though production ended in 2001, many such vehicles are still sold across the world, and replacement parts are easy to find due to their compatibility with newer Pegasos models.

The was an MPV-styled leisure activity vehicle discontinued in favour of the Jackal in 2014. Replacement parts from newer models can be used, and older parts are abundant, while the vehicle is still popular utility vehicle for small businesses and municipalities.

The was a city car produced by Pegasos Motors as a modern urban vehicle for young people and city dwellers. It was discontinued in 2020, as other Pegasos Motors models often fulfilled its fanctions at a cost affordable to its target audience; the vehicle is still popular in many Himyari countries and in Hajr, due to the low cost, small size, low gas consumption, and abundance of spare parts.

Velos Automobile Co. S.A. is a Pelasgian sports and luxury car manufacturer owned by the Koressios Group. Velos was founded as a bicycle company in Evosmos in 1911 and expanded into car manufacturing. Through its history, it has also produced planes and even tanks, but today limits itself to specialized cars.

Sports Cars
The is a sportscar produced by Velos since 2012, integrating novel technologies such as a carbon fibre monocoque chassis.

The is an ultra-limited availability mid-engined sportscar produced for high speed racing on road and track.

Limousines & Antiques
Velos produces luxury limousines on special order. Historical luxury cars and limousines are also available for sale through certified retailers.

Titan Motor Company S.A. is a Pelasgian automobile manufactuer owned by the Koumantaros Group. The company formerly produced cars, though now it mainly focuses on the production of heavy, industrial, cargo and utility vehicles. One of its subsidiaries, , produces sports, racing and formula cars. The company is headquartered in Nymphaion, where its main plant is located and its historical foundation as an industrial equipment company took place. Another subsidiary, , produces motorcycles and mopeds.

: A family of heavy trucks intended for both on- and off-road usage. Variants include 4x4, 6x6, 8x8, 10x8, 10x10, 12x8 and 12x12 configurations, as well as both air-cooled and liquid-cooled engines with power ranging between 230–440 kilowatts (310–590 hp). Variants include the Titan 518P, a family of firetrucks of varying sizes, and the Titan 518S, a family of military trucks.

: A heavy truck made by Titan Motors, using a rigid backbone tube and swinging half-axles to give it an independent suspension. It is available in 6x6 and 4x4 variants, and can be used as a road-legal heavy truck (tipper or semi-trailer truck) or as a working machine (particularly for mining).

: A medium truck using a conventional frame. Originally marketed as a military truck and a fire engine, the 801 is also available in a civilian version, which can be used for cranes, cargo, and other applications.

: a series of medium truck models produced by Titan Motor Co.'s subsidiary, Edessa Automobile Industry Co. S.A., in Edessa-on-the-Orontes.
 
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Civilian Shipyards
Pyrgos Shipyards S.A. is the largest civilian shipyard in Pelasgia and one of the largest in the world. A joint entreprise owned by the Government of Pelasgia, Pegasos Group, Adamidis-Aetos Group, Koressios Group, Metaxas Group, Phrangos Group, Koumantaros Group & Kydoniotis Group, Pyrgos Shipyards manufactures ships of all classes. Its primary costumers include the shipping magnates of the Pelasgian merchant marine, Europe's largest, the Government of Pelasgia, as well as numerous foreign clients. The company is headquartered in Propontis, in the port district of Pyrgos, and has major installations throughout Pelasgia, particularly in Acre, Thermi, Evosmos, Hagios Andreas and Antiperama.

Dry cargo ships (dry carriers)

  • Small Handy (20,000–28,000 DWT)
  • Seawaymax (28,000 DWT)
  • Handy size (28,000–40,000 DWT)
  • Handymax (40,000–50,000 DWT)
  • Canalmax (52,000 DWT loaded, 80,000 DWT empty)
  • Neocanalmax (average at 120,000 DWT)
  • Capesize (156,000–400,000 DWT)
  • Toyouamax (380,000–400,000 DWT)
Wet cargo (tankers)
  • Himyarmax (75,000–115,000 DWT).
  • H-Max or Hajar-Max (liquefied natural gas carrier, 190,000 DWT)
  • Butomax (160,000 DWT)
  • VLCC (Very Large Crude Carrier; supertanker, 150,000–320,000 DWT)
  • ULCC (Ultra Large Crude Carrier; enormous supertanker, 320,000–550,000 DWT)
 
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Aviation Industry
Adamidis-Aetos Aviation Co. S.A. is the largest civilian aircraft manufacturer in Pelasgia, considered to be the flagship of the Adamidis-Aetos Group. The company is the result of the merger between Adamidis Industries S.A., founded in Propontis in 1944, and Aetos Aviation and Rail Co., founded in Orchomenus in 1923. Both companies produced aircraft and eventually merged in the face of foreign competition. The company retains major facilities in both Propontis (focusing on engines and R&A) and Orchomenus (focusing on manufacturing and assembly), while other facilities are spread throughout Pelasgia, notably in Erythrae.
Commercial Jetliners
The is a family of medium-range narrow body jet airliners manufactured by Adamidis-Aetos at its Orchomenus facilities. The family includes three twinjet variants, all of which use the same four-abreast narrow-body fuselage with different lengths and three different new wings, Adamidis-Aetos AA2000H turbofans in two sizes, fly-by-wire controls with new avionics, and an updated cabin.
The is a family of short- to medium-range narrow body twin-engine jet airliners manufactured by Adamidis-Aetos at its Orchomenus facilities. The family can carry between 66 and 124 passengers commercially, enabling it to efficiently serve lower-demand routes while offering many of the same amenities and features as larger jets.
The is a family of regional jets manufactured by Adamidis-Aetos at its Orchomenus facilities. The Delta Series uses three-abreast seating, twin engines and swept wings and is powered by two rear-fuselage-mounted AA3007 turbofans for a range up to 2,000 nmi (3,700 km). Many business jets and military planes are derived from this family.
Light Jets
The is a light jet that can carry up to 11 occupants.
The is a very light jet that can carry up to 4 occupants. Apart from its civilian applications, it is also commonly used as a military VIP transport and a military trainer.
Business Jets
The is a large business jet with comfortable seating for 19, based on an Epsilon Series regional jetliner.
The is a comfortable business jet with comfortable seating for 8.
The is a medium size business jet with comfortable seating for 8.
The is a small, twin engine business jet with comfortable seating for 4.
Agricultural Aircraft
The is an agricultural aircraft used for aerial application, particularly crop dusting. It is produced by Adamidis-Aetos in its Erythrae facilities. The latest version of this aircraft is the first ethanol-powered fixed-wing aircraft, giving it an economic advantage over gasoline-powered competitors.
 
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Other Pelasgian Heavy Industries
The Pelasgian Merchant Marine, Europe's largest, is the example par excellence of a Pelasgian heavy industry. Almost all major corporate conglomerates and businessmen in Pelasgia have a hand in the shipping business, with Pelasgian shipping accounting for up to 25% of the global total. Industries related to this field, such as insurance, shipbuilding, law, and transport are all largely developed in Pelasgia as a result, while shipping enjoys a virtual tax exemption. Major shipping firms include: Poseidon Shipping S.A., Navlos Maritime Holdings S.A., Theta Tankers Co. S.A., Artemis Shipping S.A., Propontis-Optimatoi International Maritime S.A., Archipelago Shipping Corporation S.A., Leontian Dry Carriage S.A., Meridian-Basilisk Liquid Carriage Co. S.A., and Transcontinental Shipping S.A.

The petroleum and natural gas industry, typically dominated by Pelasgian Petroleum S.A. and the Pelasgian Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd. (PELEX), is a major Pelasgian heavy industry, owing to Pelasgia's considerable maritime and terrestrial deposits of petroleum and other fossil fuels. These companies are joint ventures by multiple Pelasgian conglomerates (primarily Koumantaros, Phrangos, and Metaxas), though some Pelasgian conglomerates also operate their own petroleum entreprises for both extraction and refineries (notably, Pegasos operates Pegosos Petroleum Co., Ltd.). Pelasgia both extracts and refines petroleum, as well as natural gas and various petroleum derivatives (e.g., plastics, gas).

The steel and aluminium industries are also major industries. Pelasgia produces large amounts of both metals due to natural reserves, and is considered a world leader in alumium. Major industries in this field include Pegasos Steel Industry S.A., Herakles Steel Co. (Koumantaros Group), Antiperama Aluminium S.A. (Metaxas & Phrangos). The mining and resource extraction industries (ranging from gold and precious ores to lumber) are also developped, with major companies including Koressios Resource Holdings S.A. (Koressios), Hephaestus Mining S.A. (Phrangos & Metaxas), and National Mining Co. of Pelasgia, Ltd.

The chemical industry in Pelasgia has a long history that is closely linked to the development of the country's automotive and defence industries. Pelasgian companies notably produce car liquids and tires, as well as many agricultural fertilizers and domestic-use chemicals (detergents, cleaning agents, etc.). Cement is also produced, forming the backbone of the Pelasgian construction industry. This industry is typically separated from the oil industry due to the latter's size. Major companies in this sector include Prometheus S.A. (general purpose chemicals and cement - also oil refining and plastics, machine tool building), Dalos Chemicals S.A. and Arkas Chemicals and Plastics S.A.

The electronics industry of Pelasgia is highly developped and was one of the drivers of post-war economic growth. Pelasgian electronics companies produce computers, telephones, processors, adapters, communications devices, and other related products and technologies. Pelasgian electronics is generally valued for its reliability and low cost, though its level of advancement varies by sector (for instance, Pelasgian telephones and personal computers are generally average, but Pelasgian robotics and software is advanced). Electronic appliances, such as dishwashers, fridges and laundry machines, are also made by most electronics firms. Major companies in this sector include Kydoniotis Electronics S.A. (Kydoniotis - software, robotics, hardware computers & phones), General Electronic Corporation of Pelasgia S.A. (Koumantaros - household appliances, robotics), National Electronic Company S.A. (Phrangos & Metaxas - computing, telecommunications equipment), and Pegasos Electronics Company S.A. (Pegasos - electronics and electrical equipment, incl. elevators and escalators, high-end home appliances, factory automation systems, train systems, semiconductors, digital signage, and satellites).

Other heavy industries: Atlas Construction S.A. (Koressios); Vasileiadis Locomotive Corp. S.A. (Adamidis-Aetos); National Electricity Company (aka. EOE - majority public owned).
 

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Light Industries
Pelasgian light industries of note are many and highly varied.

Banking: National Bank of Pelasgia (Pegasos Group); Imperial Himyari Bank of Commerce (Adamidis-Aetos Group); Propontine Bank (Koressios Group); Pelasgian Maritime Bank (Metaxas Group); Bank of the Archipelago (Phrangos Group); Industrial Bank of Northern Himyar (Koumantaros Group); Bank of Pyrgos (Kydoniotis Group)

Telecommunications, Publishing & Media: Pelasgian Telecommunications Company S.A. (aka. PET - formerly public, now privatised with some public ownership); Pelasgian Broadcasting Company S.A. (aka. PERT, incl. PERT World - public); Propontis Media Holdings S.A. (Metaxas, owns both television & print media); Platanos Publishing House S.A.; Triantaphylopoulos Press S.A.

Transportation & Mail: Pelasgian Airways S.A. (privatised, owned by a variety of banks); Archipelago Airlines S.A.; Pelasgian Post S.A. (formerly public, now privatised under multi-group ownership); National Railway Co. S.A. (aka. EOS - formerly public, now privatised under multi-group ownership); Propontis Metropolitan Transit Corporation S.A. (aka. MOSP - owned jointly by Propontis Metropolitan Govt and the Ministry of Finance); Propontis Metropolitan Port Corporation S.A. (aka. MOLP - joint venture by the Government of Pelasgia and all major corporate conglomerates).

Fashion & Consumer Products: Artaxalianos S.A., Kosmidis Fashion House S.A., Enetos Clothing S.A., Pavlopoulos Fabrics Industry S.A.

Agriculture & Food: Pelasgian Bottling & Soft Drinks Co. S.A. (aka. PEEA), Krinos Foods S.A., Alpha Dairy S.A., Galaxias Foods S.A.

Pharmaceutics & Medicine: Tsaldaris Pharmaceutics S.A.; Papanikolaou Medical Group S.A.; Ippokratis Industries S.A.; Asclepius Group of Companies

Law: Phouskarnakis & Co. Lawyers (Propontis); Kalogiannis, Armenopoulos & Konstantinidis EPE (Propontis); Theodorakopoulos Law Offices (Thermi); Alexiadis & Dologou International Law Firm (Evosmos); Maltidis & Enetos EPE (Propontis); Thanopoulos, Anastasiadis, Athanasiou & Digenis EPE (Hagios Andreas)

Insurance: General Insurance Co. of Pelasgia S.A (Pegasos Group); Imperial Himyari Insurance Co. S.A. (Koressios Group); Propontine Insurance Group (Koressios Group); Pelasgian Maritime Insurance Co. S.A. (Metaxas Group & Phrangos Group); Pyrgos Insurance Group (Koumantaros Group & Kydoniotis Group)

Private Security & Military Contractors: General Security S.A. (Pegasos Group); Aegis Defence Solutions S.A. (Adamidis-Aetos Group);
 
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