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The Ministry of Industry, a department of the Hapan Government under His Sovereign Majesty, King Alexander I, is responsible for expanding and maintaining the Hapes Consortium's vast industrial infrastructure. It is tasked with the organization of the Hapan manual labor force, mining operations, the operations of shipyard and factory complexes, all construction projects, and the logistical tasks associated with these endeavors. It is commonly referred to by the acronym MoInd.

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Fel`da of Industry
Alarendor Cyrus
Fel`ta of Industry
Charles Cados

Mission Statement

To ensure the economic stability of Hapan society by:

  • The planning and construction of ecumenopolises to provide major revenue for the government;
  • The maintenance and reconstruction of all Hapan cities and outposts;
  • The construction of space stations for both storage and defense;
  • The collection, storage, and distribution of raw materials and the manual labor force;
  • Overseeing and directing the Crown Corporations of the Consortium through the Royal League of Commerce.


The Ministry of Industry has been the backbone of the Hapan economy and industrial sector since 4032, created to plan, run, and complete the many large construction projects of the Hapan Government. The Ministry co-ordinated such massive tasks as the Gormoth Project with the Office of the Prime Minister and Ministry of Culture in 4033, the Malnuir Project, the Scylla Project (with the Imperial Union), the Hapan Outpost Project, and most recently the Daein Project.

The Ministry of Industry originally consisted of four departments: Infrastructure, Labor, Resources, and Trade. The department of Trade is no longer under the portfolio of Industry, but is has been re-envisioned and is now part of the Ministry of Finance.

Last Modified: 3rd Apr, 2016 - 03:49

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