OHB Systems AG
Founded in 1981 and currently located in Bremen, Germany, the systems specialist OHB System AG is a leading independent company focused on European space, particularly in business comprising low-orbiting and geostationary satellites. They are currently working on key projects including the Galileo navigation satellites, the SARah reconnaissance system, the MTG meteorological satellites, the EnMAP environment satellite, the TET-1 technology testing vehicle and the Hispasat H36W-1, ELECTRA and EDRS-C telecommunications satellites. They are also involved in projects for the ISS. Furthermore, they were materially involved in assembling and equipping the Columbus research laboratory fitted to the ISS and the ATV space freighter, as well as numerous experiment systems used on board the ISS. Also, OHB Systems is working intensively on ESA’s two-part flagship mission ExoMars as well as on further studies for exploring and charting the moon, Mars, Jupiter, and other celestial bodies. OHB is also involved in the field of broadband wireless transmission of image data forms for security and reconnaissance, and their Process Control Systems segment is responsible for the successful transfer of space technology for use in industrial applications.
OHB Systems AG has formed many partnerships to develop new technology solutions including the ESA, the DLR, the German Federal Ministry of Defense and other partners in both the private and public sectors. 
On October 13, 2021, SpaceLink announced that OHB was the preferred tenderer for their initial constellation.  The parties participated in advanced negotiations in relation to a contract for the manufacture and delivery of the initial constellation and signed an “Authorization to Proceed” on October 20, 2021. The total value of which the contract exceeds $300 million. In addition, OHB invested $25 million into SpaceLink as the cornerstone investor in the first tranche of financing for the project.