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The Toring Industries Company
Public
Industry
FoundedJuly 15, 1916; 105 years ago (1916-07-15) (as Olympic Aero Products Co.)
Tofino, Zian, Zamastan
FounderHenry E. Toring
HeadquartersToring Industries International Headquarters, ,
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Conan Henrienson
(Chairman)
Bremen Calhoun
(President and CEO)
Products
RevenueDecrease Z$ 76.56 billion (2019)
Decrease Z$ −1.975 billion (2019)
Decrease Z$ −636 million (2019)
Total assetsIncrease Z$ 133.625 billion (2019)
Total equityDecrease Z$ −8.300 billion (2019)
Number of employees
161,133 (January 1, 2020)
Divisions
  • Toring Commercial Airplanes
  • Toring Defense, Space & Security
  • Toring Capital
  • Engineering, Operations & Technology
  • Toring Shared Services Group

The Toring Industries Company is a Zamastanian multinational corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells airplanes, rotorcraft, rockets, satellites, telecommunications equipment, and missiles worldwide. The company also provides leasing and product support services. Toring is the largest global aerospace manufacturer in the world, having stayed ahead of its main competitor Airsub; it is the second-largest defense contractor in the world by dollar value, and is the largest exporter in Zamastan by dollar value.

Toring was founded by Henry E. Toring in Tofino, Zian on July 15, 1916. The present corporation is the result of the merger of Toring with Henderson Crafts on August 1, 1987. The Toring Industries Company has its corporate headquarters in Emerald, Pahl. Toring is organized into five primary divisions: Toring Commercial Airplanes (TCA); Toring Defense, Space & Security (TDS); Engineering, Operations & Technology; Toring Capital; and Toring Shared Services Group. In 2017, Toring recorded Z$93.3 billion in sales, ranked 24th on the Profit Zama 500 magazine list (2018).

History

On September 6th, 1904, Arbery Jacob Henderson achieved the first heavier-than-air flight in a motor-powered airplane in Fougere, Zamastan, ushering the era of flight.

Toring Industries was founded in Tofino, Zian, Zamastan on July 15th, 1916. Founded by Henry E. Toring and Nelson Bateman, Bateman resigned from an official status to run his other transportation corporation Bateman Ocean Lines.

In 1979, the Toring 797 was introduced as the largest commercial airliner at the time with a passenger capacity of 467-605. In 1981, it became the first plane to circumnavigate the globe without stopping, doing two mid-air refuelings along the way.

Toring Industries merged with Henderson Crafts on August 1st, 1987, rebranding as the Toring Industries Company, and moving its headquarters to Emerald, Pahl.

In 2006, the Toring 818 was introduced and completed its maiden flight, becoming the largest ever commercial airliner with a capacity of 550-870 passengers.

In 2014, a major rehaul in corportate official positions resulted in Conan Henrienson becoming chairman and Bremen Calhoun becoming President and CEO.

There have been multiple fatal incidents involving Toring commercial aircraft, including intentional acts in the form of the May 2nd, 1976 shootdown of Zian Airways Flight 127 and the September 16th, 2020 bombing of Air Andaluni Flight 553.

Environmental records

Jet biofuels

The airline industry is responsible for about 11% of greenhouse gases emitted by the Zamastanian transportation sector. Aviation's share of the greenhouse gas emissions was poised to grow, as air travel increases and ground vehicles use more alternative fuels like ethanol and biodiesel. Toring Industries estimates that biofuels could reduce flight-related greenhouse-gas emissions by 60 to 80%. The solution blends algae fuels with existing jet fuel.

Corporate governance

Board of directors

Chief executive officer

Chairman of the board

President

Products

Commercial Airliners

Product list and details
Aircraft model Number built[1] Description Capacity First flight Image
727 10,478 Twin‑engine, single aisle, short- to medium-range narrow-body 85–215 April 9, 1977 Toring 727.jpg
757 2,478 Heavy, twin-engine, twin aisle, medium- to long-range widebody 285–350 May 4, 1982 Toring 757.jpg
797 1,708 Heavy, four‑engine, partial double deck, twin–aisle main deck, single–aisle upper deck, medium- to long-range widebody 467–605 June 14, 1979 Toring 797.jpg
818 401 Heavy, four‑engine, double deck, twin–aisle, medium- to long-range widebody 550–870 April 7, 2006 Toring 818.jpg

Military Aircraft

Product list and details
Aircraft model Number built[2] Description Capacity First flight Image
Z-10 Harrier 602 Double-seat, twin-engine, all-weather multirole strike fighter 2 crew February 1, 1982 F-15E takes on fuel from KC-10.jpg
Z-11 Eagle 722 Double-seat, twin-engine, all-weather multirole fighter aircraft 2 crew April 1, 1990 US Navy 071203-N-8923M-074 An F-A-18F Super Hornet, from the Red Rippers of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 11, makes a sharp turn above the flight deck aboard the Nimitz-class nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman.jpg
Z-14 Osprey 233 Single-seat, twin-engine, all-weather stealth tactical fighter aircraft 1 pilot April 9, 1999 F-22 Raptor edit1 (cropped).jpg
Z-17 Condor 682 Single-engine, all-weather stealth multirole combat aircraft 1 pilot May 16, 2013 F-35A flight (cropped).jpg
I-22 Moon 31 Stealth strategic heavy bomber 2 crew May 3, 2002 B-2 Spirit (cropped).jpg
V-99 Eclipse 310 Strategic and tactical transport 3 crew, 250+ additional June 13, 1996 C-17 test sortie.jpg


  1. as of January 2021
  2. as of January 2021