OHB’s 2022 revenue falls short, co. expects solid growth through 2025; RFA mini-launcher aims for 2023 flight

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — Space hardware and service provider OHB SE pulled back on its mid-term revenue and profit forecast, but said recent European government program decisions will mean the projected growth is only delayed by a year.

Bremen, Germany-based OHB, with European subsidiaries notably in Italy and Sweden, said the results of November’s conference of the 22 European Space Agency (ESA) governments, plus expected work on national programs in Europe, “form the basis for successful business development.”

OHB updated its forecast Jan. 18 during . . .

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