HOUSTON,TX-JUNE 24,2021- Nanoracks is pleased to announce that Ron Dunklee has joined the company as Sr. Director of Houston Operations. Most recently Ron has served as the President and Managing Director of Airbus DS Space Systems Inc. While at Airbus, Ron was responsible for the overall strategic planning and corporate development of Airbus in Houston and provided key collaborative leadership across multiple US and European teams. With more than 30 years of experience in company management Ron brings extensive knowledge and relationships within NASA and the commercial space industry.
“After having worked with Nanoracks on a variety of projects over the last several years, I am excited for the opportunity to work with the team that is leading innovation in the commercial space industry.” Stated Ron.
“As Nanoracks continues to grow we are fortunate to have someone of Ron’s invaluable experience guiding the scalability of our Houston operations, which are core to our future,” explained Micheal McVey, acting Chief Operations Officer of Nanoracks.
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Nanoracks LLC, an XO Markets company, is the world’s leading provider of commercial space services. XO Market is a member of the Voyager Space Holding Inc. family. XO Markets, is majority owned by Voyager Space Holdings Inc. and includes Nanoracks LLC, Nanoracks UAE, DreamUp and Nanoracks Europe.
Nanoracks believes commercial space utilization will enable innovation through in-space manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, fiber optics, and more, will allow for revolutionary Earth observation, and will make space a key player in finding the solution to Earth’s problems.
Today, the company offers low-cost, high-quality solutions to the most pressing needs for satellite deployment, basic and educational research, and more – in over 30 nations worldwide. Nanoracks’ future goals are focused on the re-purposing of the upper stages of launch vehicles in-space and converting these structures into commercial habitats, both humanly and robotically tended, throughout the solar system.