Satcube to Build a State-of-the-Art Mass Production Facility for Satellite Terminal

Satcube to Build a State-of-the-Art Mass Production Facility for Satellite Terminal

Satcube announces the building of a new facility for mass production of satellite terminals, both for existing product verticals and new ventures for LEO and vehicular applications. The new facility being built in Karlstad, Sweden, will replace Satcube’s current production site. The company anticipates adding up to 25 new employees during the next year in Karlstad.

Harnessing core CSR principles and Satcube’s benchmark manufacturing approach, the new facility will feature automated and semi-automated production founded on Green Lean Digital and Agile processes. Combining these forward-leaning standards with an increased level of production line automation will enable Satcube to quickly scale up manufacturing to accommodate high-volume terminal orders - while simultaneously keeping production costs low, creating a win-win scenario for customers and the company’s long-term strategy.

"Satcube achieved an impressive 140% increase in revenue from 2021 to 2022 and is already serving major NGO’s, media brands, military, and government agencies, confirms Jakob Kallmér, CEO at Satcube. Due to the significantly increased demand for Satcube products, we have nearly reached the maximum production capacity in our existing facilities.”

"With a nearly three-fold increase in production available at our new facility, Satcube will be able to deliver substantial new volumes while tapping a highly automated production line to shorten time between order and delivery, continues Kallmér." "The new, highly agile setup will enable Satcube to both rapidly and seamlessly establish production of new products and deliver on custom orders with specialized requirements.”

The EU and the European Satellite Association alike currently actively support and encourage initiatives to develop strong regional supply chains within the EU as many products are sourced from other parts of the world. Satcube’s already established local production principles are well aligned with supporting a growing regional EU supply chain, tapping local technology, research, development, employment opportunities, and production.

-“When manufacturing complex high-tech products that require expert engineering, it is without a doubt a major advantage to offer close proximity between development and manufacturing departments,” says, Henrik Strandén, COO & Production Manager at Satcube.

-“This hands-on, integral, close approach and focus on teamwork leads to higher quality products and shorter time to market for new products, confirms Strandén. There are far more benefits to having in-house manufacturing, including full control of supply chain stability, waste management, working conditions, and safety standards. Through our strategy, we are able to realize a cost-efficient and reliable supply chain for our customers.”

Satellite 2023 Conference & Expo, March 14th-16th in D.C.: Spokespersons from Satcube will be on-site at the Satellite 2023 expo in Washington at Exhibit Halls A & B, Stand 1760, to share details on its local sourcing strategy and growth plans. In addition, demonstrations of the lightweight, portable Satcube Ku satellite terminal will be available during the expo.

Click here to know more about Satcube.

Click here to know more about the Satellite 2023 Conference and Expo, March 14th-16th in Washington D.C.

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GNSS Constellations - A list of all GNSS satellites by constellations


Satellite NameOrbit Date
BeiDou-3 G4Geostationary Orbit (GEO)17 May, 2023
BeiDou-3 G2Geostationary Orbit (GEO)09 Mar, 2020
Compass-IGSO7Inclined Geosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)09 Feb, 2020
BeiDou-3 M19Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)16 Dec, 2019
BeiDou-3 M20Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)16 Dec, 2019
BeiDou-3 M21Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)23 Nov, 2019
BeiDou-3 M22Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)23 Nov, 2019
BeiDou-3 I3Inclined Geosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)04 Nov, 2019
BeiDou-3 M23Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)22 Sep, 2019
BeiDou-3 M24Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)22 Sep, 2019


Satellite NameOrbit Date
GSAT0223MEO - Near-Circular05 Dec, 2021
GSAT0224MEO - Near-Circular05 Dec, 2021
GSAT0219MEO - Near-Circular25 Jul, 2018
GSAT0220MEO - Near-Circular25 Jul, 2018
GSAT0221MEO - Near-Circular25 Jul, 2018
GSAT0222MEO - Near-Circular25 Jul, 2018
GSAT0215MEO - Near-Circular12 Dec, 2017
GSAT0216MEO - Near-Circular12 Dec, 2017
GSAT0217MEO - Near-Circular12 Dec, 2017
GSAT0218MEO - Near-Circular12 Dec, 2017


Satellite NameOrbit Date
Kosmos 2569--07 Aug, 2023
Kosmos 2564--28 Nov, 2022
Kosmos 2559--10 Oct, 2022
Kosmos 2557--07 Jul, 2022
Kosmos 2547--25 Oct, 2020
Kosmos 2545--16 Mar, 2020
Kosmos 2544--11 Dec, 2019
Kosmos 2534--27 May, 2019
Kosmos 2529--03 Nov, 2018
Kosmos 2527--16 Jun, 2018


Satellite NameOrbit Date
Navstar 82Medium Earth Orbit19 Jan, 2023
Navstar 81Medium Earth Orbit17 Jun, 2021
Navstar 78Medium Earth Orbit22 Aug, 2019
Navstar 77Medium Earth Orbit23 Dec, 2018
Navstar 76Medium Earth Orbit05 Feb, 2016
Navstar 75Medium Earth Orbit31 Oct, 2015
Navstar 74Medium Earth Orbit15 Jul, 2015
Navstar 73Medium Earth Orbit25 Mar, 2015
Navstar 72Medium Earth Orbit29 Oct, 2014
Navstar 71Medium Earth Orbit02 Aug, 2014


Satellite NameOrbit Date
NVS-01Geostationary Orbit (GEO)29 May, 2023
IRNSS-1IInclined Geosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)12 Apr, 2018
IRNSS-1HSub Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (Sub-GTO)31 Aug, 2017
IRNSS-1GGeostationary Orbit (GEO)28 Apr, 2016
IRNSS-1FGeostationary Orbit (GEO)10 Mar, 2016
IRNSS-1EGeosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)20 Jan, 2016
IRNSS-1DInclined Geosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)28 Mar, 2015
IRNSS-1CGeostationary Orbit (GEO)16 Oct, 2014
IRNSS-1BInclined Geosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)04 Apr, 2014
IRNSS-1AInclined Geosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)01 Jul, 2013