Space Vector Corporation celebrates 50 years with new facility opening and ribbon cutting with Congresswoman Katie Hill.

Space Vector Corporation (SVC) celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2019 with a ribbon cutting at its new headquarters with Congresswoman Katie Hill and other distinguished officials and representatives.   

(Chatsworth CA October 2 2019) Space Vector officially opened its newly renovated facility on October 2, 2019, which encompasses engineering, lab, and manufacturing and production space.  In attendance were Congresswoman Katie Hill, representatives from the office of Congressperson Brad Sherman, Mayor Garcetti, and other State and local offices.

Chris L. Yamada, Chairman and CEO of Space Vector, commented: “We are delighted to honor 50 years of excellence in space products with our distinguished visitors, and especially wish to thank Congresswoman Hill for spending time with us today”.  Chris continued: “Our new facility will provide improved workspace for our employee team and allow us to better serve our diverse customer base”. Space Vector relocated within Chatsworth to benefit from an upgraded and larger facility to accommodate on-going business growth.

About Space Vector Corporation

About Space Vector Corporation: Space Vector has 50 years of heritage in providing mission-critical hardware for Range Safety Flight Termination Systems, Missile Defense targets and testing, GPS Tracking, Payload Sequencing, Fuel Sensing, and Vehicle Power.   As a rocket system prime contractor, SVC has successfully launched 35 suborbital guided rockets for important US Government customers.  SVC has also provided flight subsystems such as system batteries, cold gas attitude control systems, guidance and control platforms, separation systems and vehicle structures on over 250 space flights for domestic and international partners. Space Vector, founded in April 1969, is based in Chatsworth, CA and is privately held.