AAC Clyde Space Quarterly and Full Year Results

2022-02-17 AAC Clyde Space AB (publ)

Fourth quarter, October-December 2021 (compared with October-December 2020)

  • Net sales increased 116% to SEK 62.1 M (28.7)
  • · Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) amounted to SEK -1.0 M (-10.9) and to 0.0 M (-1.6) excluding non-recurring personnel costs of -1.0 M (-1.7) and acquisition costs of 0 M (-7.6)
  • Earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) amounted to SEK -8.0 M (-13.2)
  • The loss after tax was SEK -8.3 M (-13.4)
  • Basic and diluted earnings per share amounted to SEK -0.04 (-0.14)
  • Cash flow from operating activities totalled SEK -1.7 (-11.7)
  • The order backlog increased 161% to SEK 407.2 M (156.3)
(more…)

10 New Satellites to be Built in Glasgow as Part of New Innovative Constellation Service

10 new government-backed satellites the size of a shoebox are going to be built in Scotland after a signing between AAC Clyde Space UK and ESA

SWINDON, UK (UK Space Agency PR) — AAC Clyde manufacture a range of small satellites, ranging from 1kg to 50kg in weight, and offer space-as-a-service, which is an end-to-end mission service covering everything from mission design, launch and satellite operations to data delivery for companies including; Orbcomm, NSLComm, Eutelsat, Orbital Micro Systems, NASA and ESA.

(more…)

AAC Clyde Space to Develop Innovative Constellation Services with ESA, UK Space Agency

UPPSALA, Sweden (AAC Clyde Space PR) — AAC Clyde Space embarks on a 3-year project, named xSPANCION, with the European Space Agency (ESA) to develop an innovative satellite constellation service, including the manufacturing of 10 spacecrafts. The UK Space Agency through ESA, will co-fund the project with 9.9 MEUR (approx. 101.4 MSEK). AAC Clyde Space intends to, outside this project, enter into customer service agreements for data delivery from the constellation.

During the first phase of the project running until mid-2021, AAC Clyde Space will deliver a preliminary design for its next generation space as a service offering. The value of this first phase is 1.8 MEUR (approx. 18.4 MSEK) of which 0.9 MEUR (approx. 9.2 MSEK) will be co-funded by UK Space Agency through ESA, providing sufficient resources to achieve comfortably this part of the project. The co-funding from UK Space Agency will be recognized as revenue with no net margin since AAC Clyde Space and partners will co-fund the remaining 0.9 MEUR (approx. 9.2 MEUR).

(more…)