Press Releases

23 May 2018
ÅAC Microtec AB In addition to the previously announced estimate of total turnover of MSEK for 2018, ÅAC Microtec expects a positive EBITDA result during the fourth quarter of 2018.
08 May 2018

ÅAC wins follow-on order from a Japanese customer, the first order was press released in November 2017. The total order value is approximately 2.5 MSEK and is expected to be delivered in two batches, during Q2 and Q4 2018.

07 May 2018

ÅAC Microtec AB ÅAC has received an order from Aistech Space in Spain to supply spacecraft subsystems to ten of Aistech's next generation of satellites. The total order is worth approximately 5.6 MSEK, deliveries starts in Q3 2018.

03 May 2018

The small satellite supplier ÅAC Microtec expects that the total turnover 2018 will be approx. 85 MSEK. The estimate includes Clyde Space during 11 months.

12 April 2018

ÅAC has extended business activities with York Space Systems to include the supply of the batteries for their S-CLASS satellite platform. The delivery includes engineering support and delivery of one battery sub- system. The initial procurement, with a limited value, is of strategic importance as this is yet another subsystem for York's S-CLASS platform with potential for follow on orders for subsequent missions.

09 April 2018

ÅAC's subsidiary Clyde Space Quality Management Process for design and manufacturing of satellite platforms and avionics subsystems has been certified according to ISO 9001:2015

28 March 2018

ÅAC Microtec will host a live Question and Answer session with ÅAC's management on April 19 between 19:00 - 20:00 CET

16 February 2018

ÅAC Microtec AB ÅAC through its Clyde Space subsidiary has won an operations contract from American company LCF Enterprises, a follow-on order from their primary 3U satellite purchase. The total order value for the satellite and the operations contract is approximately 2.6 MSEK of which about 0.8 MSEK is expected to be invoiced during 2018.

15 February 2018

ÅAC through its Clyde Space subsidiary has won its first launch contract. This order from the Israeli company NSLComm is a follow-on order from an initial 6U Satellite purchase. The contract is of strategical importance for the group, marking a key milestone as its first end-to-end mission delivery. The launch date is set for the end of 2018. The total order value for the mission is approximately 16.7 MSEK of which 10.8 MSEK is expected to be invoiced during 2018.



Mats Thideman CFO and Deputy CEO
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