9 stories about AMOS
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Spacecom CEO Steps Down

31.10.19|Avior Abou
David Pollak has led the Israeli satellite company for 24 years
רגע הפיצוץ space x עמוס 6 חלל פלורידה

IAI to Pay $10 Million to Spacecom for Delayed Satellite Delivery

04.11.18|Amitay Gazit
The damages, along with an additional sum of $400,000 in legal expenses, will be paid as part of an arbitration agreement between state-owned weapons and aerospace company IAI and the satellite operator
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Spacecom Moves Forward With $55 Million Deal With Unnamed Company

Spacecom received the necessary regulatory approval to finalize the four-year contract it signed in May for providing communication services
רגע הפיצוץ space x עמוס 6 חלל פלורידה

Spacecom Postpones Deal With California-Based Satellite Manufacturer Loral

27.05.18|Tofi Stoler
According to the original agreement announced in March, the deal should have become void when Spacecom failed to pay the down payment within 60 days
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Spacecom Signs $55 Million Deal With Unnamed Company

21.05.18|Amitay Gazit
$30 million of the sum is for services to be provided by Spacecom’s new satellite AMOS-17, scheduled for launch in the second quarter of 2019
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Israeli Satellite Operator Spacecom Bundled in a Bid for Tel Aviv Real Estate

23.04.18|Golan Hazani
Real estate company Israel Canada and a local businessman partnered in a bid for a bundle that includes Spacecom and a local real estate project
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IDB Bids for Israeli Satellite Operator Spacecom

28.03.18|Lilach Baumer
Spacecom is a subsidiary of Eurocom Group, an Israeli holding company that is $420 million in debt to institutional creditors
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Amos Satellite Contract Eludes Israeli State-Owned Aerospace Company

26.03.18|Lilach Baumer
After the last two Israeli satellites were lost - one due to a failure and one in a launchpad explosion, a second satellite in a row will be built in the U.S.
רגע הפיצוץ space x עמוס 6 חלל פלורידה

Satellite Operator Signs Launch Contracts with SpaceX a Year After Explosion

18.10.17|Micky Grunfeld
Israeli satellite operator Spacecom lost a deal for its acquisition after its previous satellite was destroyed in a SpaceX rocket explosion last September