UBRIKKIA Planet Name Ubrikkia Region: Mid Rim, Sector: Kastolar System: Ubrikkia, Suns: 1 Orbital Position: 2, Moons: 2 Trade Routes: Ootmian Pabol Rotation Period: 26 hours Orbital Period: 315 days Class: Terrestrial Diameter: 12,000 km (approximately) Gravity: Standard Atmosphere: Type I, Breathable (Heavily Polluted) Primary Terrain: Industrial, Urban Points of Interest: Ubrikkian Industries HQ, Steam City Cantina Immigrated Species: Human, Duros Ugnaught, Nimbanese, Toydarian Primary Languages: Huttese, Basic Government: Corporate Diktat Law Enforcement: Ubrikkian Industries Security Population: 1.5 Billion Major Cities: Steam City (Ubrikkia Prime) Major Imports: Food, Fuel, Medicine Major Exports: Repulsor-lifts, Technology Affiliation: Ubrikkian Industries, Hutt Cartels
Ubrikkia is orbited by a XQ3 Platform, shipyards and is sparsely defended by a few old patrol craft. The Besadii Kajidic has a number of business interests on this industrial world. Ubrikkian Industries Corporation and its subsidiaries own the planet's factories and resources. Most of the populace is indentured, enslaved or employed by the Corporation. Ubrikkia does not receive a lot of Imperial attention,
perhaps because of some sorted arrangement with the Hutts. This industrial powerhouse seems more than ready to compete under the New Regime. With the laws surrounding slavery changing and the general mistrust of droids after the war with the Confederacy; the local population has swelled.
The Corporation has strengthened its security forces, but there has been some problems with strikes and sabotage. Ubrikkia is outside the purveyance of the Galactic Empire and the Hutts are content to allow the Ubrikkian Industries Board of Directors to govern however they see fit. Thugs and Bounty Hunters from Hutt Space are in high demand, to bust up the worker-gangs and remove their leaders.
Ubrikkian Industries is not as wealthy as BlasTech Industries or Sienar Fleet Systems, but it has withstood the test of time and remained competitive regardless of the political state of the Galaxy. Their products stay in demand and are considered to be sturdy and reliable, seeing the most use perhaps in the fringes of space. Their open business dealings with the Hutt Cartels have given them an unsavory
reputation and it is not uncommon to find their technology in the hands of pirates or slavers. Ubrikkian vehicles lack sleek refinement and often have a sort of foreign look to them, that makes them unpopular and rarely seen in the Core-Worlds.