Denver, USA-based global leader in space exploration, Voyager Space, acquired an engineering, design and integration company, ZIN Technologies, based in Cleveland, USA. The company announced the acquisition on March 13, 2023. However, it did not disclose the amount of the transaction.

Purpose of acquisition by Voyager Space 

With the latest acquisition of ZIN Technologies, Voyager Space seeks to expand its space infrastructure and technology capabilities to further its Starlab development efforts. 

In addition, ZIN brings extensive expertise in the integration of complex space-rated hardware and the development of rendezvous, docking, and related capabilities. These solutions have direct applications to the Starlab space station. Further, the solutions complement Voyager Space’s portfolio of leading space infrastructure and technology capabilities.

What the Voyager Space official has to say

Matthew Kuta, President and COO of Voyager Space, said, “ZIN’s aerospace expertise, a strong reputation in the industry, and legacy working with NASA and the ISS makes them a perfect fit for Starlab and the growing Voyager Space technology ecosystem. ZIN has already played a crucial role as a capability provider to Starlab and as a founding leadership team member of the George Washington Carver (GWC) Science Park. We look forward to working with them further as part of our family.”

In addition, Dylan Taylor, Chairman and CEO of the company, said, “ZIN marks the seventh acquisition by Voyager Space since January 2020 and our largest to date. We are also excited about the prospect of furthering our ties in Ohio. Last week, we officially opened the first facility of the GWC Science Park at The Ohio State University, and the addition of ZIN emphasizes our belief in the Ohio aerospace industry.”

What the ZIN Technologies official has to say

Daryl Laisure, CEO of ZIN Technologies, further said, “The idea of combining our advanced engineering and manufacturing capabilities with Voyager Space’s business savvy and propensity for innovation made this partnership extremely appealing to us. We look forward to being a part of Voyager Space’s mission to better the future of humanity through sustainable space efforts while also continuing to be a leader in providing our services to NASA, the national security community, and private industry.”

About the company

Dylan Taylor and Matthew Kuta launched Voyager Space in 2019. The USA-based company works in the space technology field with more than twenty years of spaceflight heritage. As of March 2023, the company claims to have more than 1550 successful missions.

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