Request PushX SOV Service
Getting service in your SOV - Procedures
To inquire about PushX service in your SOV contact Cassie Helio
, or Maarlyna Alton
in game via mail or convo. Once both parties agree the following procedures occur to set the structure up.
- The customer anchors a structure in the SOV system of their choice and transfers ownership to Push Industries [PUSHX]
- The owners provide their own Access List and PushX assigns the Access List the structure services. The customer controls who can dock there via the Access List with the exception of our haulers which is a list PushX maintains.
- When both parties reach an agreement service to the structure may begin.
- If the structure is ever no longer needed PushX will transfer the structure back to the customer.
- There is NO EXTRA FEE for SOV contracts to PushX. The rates are the same as our usual contract rates.
Why Upwell Structures are ideal for PushX SOV Service
In considering how we as a hauling corporation wish to approach the issue in terms of safety for both the customer and the hauler, while ensuring the ability to serve the greatest variety of customers living in sov nullsec, we’ve decided to do things a bit differently than historical freight agreements.
Considering the issues of docking rights of outposts and out of corp haulers, combined with wanting to have a uniform policy for dealing with all nullsec groups, PushX will put up a local structure in systems with cooperation of the local sov-holding entities. JF contracts in sov null will be to or from PushX structures, and with the obvious exception of PushX and our own hauling alts, the sov-holder will be given free rein to set docking rights, service access, etc. as they see fit. Furthermore, PushX will fit any supplied modules and rigs to the structure and grant rights to control their use; not only will this structure be a convenient logistics stop, but it can serve any other normal functions desired.
You may be wondering why we’d go to the expense and effort of setting up our own structure network rather than simply arrange blue standings in stations, as other organizations do. In addition to the aforementioned security concerns, we’re preparing for a post-outpost galaxy. Keeping track of which of our customer’s outposts are at accessible in the long run could interfere with the dependability of our service. Instead, PushX aims to maintain neutrality and control the delivery endpoints ourselves. Our customers know their goods can’t be trapped in a structure because of the asset safety system, and we know that our JF pilots will have a safe home regardless of the current political situation.