Maxar Technologies reports Q3 EPS (44c), consensus $1.06
Reports Q3 revenue $479M, consensus $560.3M. Reports Q3 adjusted EBITDA $128M vs. $105M last year. CEO Dan Jablonsky says: "We continued to make solid progress this quarter on our near-term priorities to position Maxar for sustained top and bottom-line growth, including efforts to reduce debt and leverage levels, re-engineer the Space Solutions business, position our Imagery, Services, and MDA businesses for long-term growth, and create a leaner, more agile organization with a reduced cost structure. We recently signed a sale-lease back transaction on a facility in Palo Alto, California that we expect to reduce debt and leverage, and we garnered important wins in our Space Systems business, including initial work on Canadarm3 and the TEMPO instrument for NASA. We also saw solid bookings and revenue growth in our Imagery and Services segments, including a four-year contract award for our Global-EGD service, a program to support a GEOINT Cloud Architecture for US Air Force, and the addition of another country to the installed base for the Company's Rapid and Direct Access Program."