Cargo Manifest.   Posted by StarMaster.Group: 0
StarMaster
 GM, 375 posts
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Sat 5 Nov 2016
at 07:42
Cargo Manifest
DATE: 1107.128 IR

Lot #1: 10 tons; A-B Ni Cr4,000 Pharmaceuticals

Lot #2:  8 tons; A-B Ni Cr4,000 Mixed (clothes; books; music)

Lot #3:  5 tons; A-B Ni Cr4,000 Consumables (energy health drinks)


CURRENT DATE: 1107.151 IR
StarMaster
 GM, 391 posts
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Mon 26 Dec 2016
at 17:06
Cargo Manifest
OOC: I see Luise rolled for the cargo, but doesn't look like she ever posted her results, and I missed posting the results...


DATE 1107.152 IR

Ship normally has 92 tons of cargo space, but heading to Dinomn is a Jump-4, so it will require two full fuel bladders, which take up 66 tons of that cargo space, leaving room for only 26 tons of cargo.

Looks like passengers might be necessary after all.


It only takes Luise a day to find a buyer--Carstairs Imports, and that's probably due to waiting for the authorities to clear the ship, mostly because it's not a known quantity in this area.


Luise rolled 12--sell pharmaceuticals; cost was 4,000Cr per ton, 10 tons. Sold for  110% = 44,000Cr.

Luise rolled 10--sell mixed cargo; cost was 4,000Cr per ton; 8 tons. Sold for 110% = 32,000Cr.

Luise rolled 12--sell consumables; cost was 4,000Cr per ton; 5 tons. Sold for 110% = 22,000Cr.

Total made: 98,000Cr.

Available speculative cargo:

             Advanced Vehicles: 25 tons;   180,000Cr per ton.
               Precious Metals:  4 tons;    50,000Cr per ton.
                Petrochemicals: 20 tons;    10,000Cr per ton.
                Petrochemicals: 10 tons;    10,000Cr per ton.
              Advanced Weapons: 25 tons;   150,000Cr per ton.
              Advanced Weapons:  5 tons;   150,000Cr per ton.
                      Vehicles: 40 tons;     5,000Cr per ton.
             Basic Consumables: 60 tons;     2,000Cr per ton.
             Crystals and Gems:  5 tons;    20,000Cr per ton.
          Illegal Biochemicals: 20 tons;    50,000Cr per ton.
          Illegal Biochemicals: 10 tons;    50,000Cr per ton.
   Advanced Manufactured Goods:  5 tons;   100,000Cr per ton.
                  Radioactives:  3 tons; 1,000,000Cr per ton.
Exotics (psychotic sculptures):  7 tons;    75,000Cr per ton.


She then began pricing new cargo... there's no specific destination intended.

Luise rolled 18--cost of advanced vehicles (25 tons @ 180,000Cr each). x55% = 13,750,000Cr. Bargain price! Can you afford that? That would take up all of your remaining cargo space.

Luise rolled 15--precious metals (4 tons @ 50,000Cr each). 75% = 45,000Cr. Decent profit margin. You could probably squeeze these into the passenger staterooms.

Luise rolled 14--petrochemicals-1 (20 tons @ 10,000Cr each). x80% = 190,000Cr. Reasonable margin for profit.

Luise rolled 11--petrochemicals-2 (10 tons @ 10,000Cr. each). x95% = 100,000Cr. Little margin for profit.

Luise rolled 20--advanced weapons-1 (25 tons @ 150,000Cr. each). x40% = 1,500,000Cr. Huge bargain! It'll take up all of your cargo space, though.

Luise rolled 14--advanced weapons-2 (5 tons @ 150,000Cr each). x80% = 600,000Cr. Decent margin for profit; you might be able to put these in a passenger stateroom.

Luise rolled 14--vehicles (40 tons @ 5,000Cr each). x100% = 200,000Cr. Not enough room for it; little margin for profit.

Luise rolled 17--basic consumables (60 tons @ 2,000Cr each). x80% = 96,000Cr. Not enough room for it.

Luise rolled 19--crystals and gems (5 tons @ 20,000Cr each). x50% = 80,000Cr. Another bargain! Again, these could be stored in a passenger stateroom.

Luise rolled 14--advanced manufactured goods (5 tons @ 100,000Cr each). x80% = 400,000Cr. Decent margin.

Luise rolled 12--radioactives (3 tons @ 1,000,000Cr each). x90% = 2,700,000Cr. Not a great profit margin, but high price and small amount might make it feasible. It can be stored in a passenger stateroom as well. It's not normally considered Hazardous Cargo as it is shipped with shielding and seals.

Luise rolled 20--exotics (7 tons @ 75,000Cr each). x40% = 210,000Cr. Bargain!? The buyer seems desperate to get rid of these. Depending on the actual breakdown, might fit in passenger staterooms. One 7-ton sculpture won't, but seven 1-ton sculptures could.


OOC: I think I finally got the numbers right.
StarMaster
 GM, 398 posts
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Tue 10 Jan 2017
at 21:05
Cargo Manifest
So just how much money does the ship have to spend?


Nobody has actually decided what cargo you are going to purchase, or actually purchased it and arrange to get it to the ship.
StarMaster
 GM, 419 posts
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Mon 27 Mar 2017
at 17:42
Cargo Manifest
Luise rolled 18--cost of advanced vehicles (25 tons @ 180,000Cr each). x55% = 13,750,000Cr. Bargain price! Can you afford that? That would take up all of your remaining cargo space. NOT PURCHASED. Can't afford it.

Luise rolled 15--precious metals (4 tons @ 50,000Cr each). 75% = 180,000Cr. Decent profit margin. You could probably squeeze these into the passenger staterooms. BOUGHT! Moved to aft starboard passenger stateroom, locked and secured.

Luise rolled 14--petrochemicals-1 (20 tons @ 10,000Cr each). x80% = 190,000Cr. Reasonable margin for profit. NOT PURCHASED. Insufficient room.

Luise rolled 11--petrochemicals-2 (10 tons @ 10,000Cr. each). x95% = 100,000Cr. Little margin for profit. NOT PURCHASED. Insufficient profit margin.

Luise rolled 20--advanced weapons-1 (25 tons @ 150,000Cr. each). x40% = 1,500,000Cr. Huge bargain! It'll take up all of your cargo space, though. BOUGHT!

Luise rolled 14--advanced weapons-2 (5 tons @ 150,000Cr each). x80% = 600,000Cr. Decent margin for profit; you might be able to put these in a passenger stateroom. NOT PURCHASED. Insufficient funds.

Luise rolled 14--vehicles (40 tons @ 5,000Cr each). x100% = 200,000Cr. Not enough room for it; little margin for profit. NOT PURCHASED. Insufficient room.

Luise rolled 17--basic consumables (60 tons @ 2,000Cr each). x80% = 96,000Cr. Not enough room for it. NOT PURCHASED. Insufficient room.

Luise rolled 19--crystals and gems (5 tons @ 20,000Cr each). x50% = 50,000Cr. Another bargain! Again, these could be stored in a passenger stateroom. BOUGHT! Moved to aft port passenger stateroom, locked and secured.

Luise rolled 14--advanced manufactured goods (5 tons @ 100,000Cr each). x80% = 400,000Cr. Decent margin. NOT PURCHASED. Insufficient room.

Luise rolled 12--radioactives (3 tons @ 1,000,000Cr each). x90% = 2,700,000Cr. Not a great profit margin, but high price and small amount might make it feasible. It can be stored in a passenger stateroom as well. It's not normally considered Hazardous Cargo as it is shipped with shielding and seals. NOT PURCHASED. Insufficient profit margin, and insufficient funds.

Luise rolled 20--exotics (7 tons @ 75,000Cr each). x40% = 210,000Cr. Bargain!? The buyer seems desperate to get rid of these. Depending on the actual breakdown, might fit in passenger staterooms. One 7-ton sculpture won't, but seven 1-ton sculptures could. BOUGHT! Moved to mid starboard passenger stateroom, locked and secured.

  4 tons of precious metals:   180,000
25 tons of advanced weapons: 1,500,000
    5 tons of crystals/gems:    50,000
7 tons of exotic sculptures:   210,000
                             _________
            TOTAL PURCHASES: 1,940,000