SinoViet Heavy Machinery is a major humanshipbuilding firm which is closely affiliated with the United Earth Government. Headquartered near the border of the Asian countries of China and Vietnam, the company is best known for being responsible for the construction of UNSC frigates and destroyers; in reality, however, SinoViet has a hand within nearly every classification of military starships. In addition to this, SinoViet offers a wide variety of civilian vehicles, military equipment, and some orbital infrastructure development.
Closely associated with SinoViet's shipbuilding division, although they do not operate exclusively with them, Naoto Technologies is a large manufacturing company that specialises in the production of starship components. Founded in 2381 to dissuade a reliance on more established production corporations such as the PassiGear Manufacturing Company, Naoto Technologies is most well-known for the sale of hybrid Deuteriumfusion drives/reactors such as the V-series used by military craft.
The SinoViet Infinitum, a high-class star yacht.
The Stalwart-class light frigate, specialised for anti-fighter activity.
The Charon-class light frigate, the UNSC's lightest troop-carrier.
The Paris-class heavy frigate
The Berlin-class light frigate, the grandfather of all modern frigate models.
The Actium-class super-heavy frigate, the most powerful configuration of frigate ever produced.
The Nevada-class heavy frigate, SinoViet's next-generation frigate design.
The Hyperion-class destroyer, among the smallest ships of its class still in service.
The Halberd-class destroyer, the UNSC's preferred ship-to-ship escort vessel.
The Hillsborough-class light destroyer, the workhorse of the Colonial Military Administration.
The London-class light cruiser, designed for sporadic short-ranged sorties.
The Triton-class light cruiser, one of the most advanced cruisers in service.
The Autumn-class heavy cruiser, the UNSC's post-war mainline capital ship.
The Orion-class assault carrier, designed for protracted counter-insurgency compaigns.
The Epoch-class heavy carrier, the heaviest of all standard carriers in service.