New York, NY, December 21, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- United States Space Transport Corporation (USSTC), the world's leading space transport developer, today announced the launch of its new web site at http://www.usspaceco.com.
The company’s revolutionary approach to making the wonders of space accessible and affordable for businesses and individuals worldwide is based on a simple system of economics.
USSTC was the first company of its kind to assign a cash value to segments of space operations and technology development, allowing businesses and individuals with common goals and interests to share resources. The centralized operating system created by USSTC results in increased utilization of resources, which ultimately leads to lower costs for greater customer satisfaction, as well as greater returns for everyone involved.
USSTC Exchange Certificates—fractional ownership of space projects—can be purchased by the public as a sponsorship. Proceeds from the sales of Exchange Certificates fund projects, launches, space real estate, space vehicles and technology. In addition to the financial return on their sponsorships, certificate holders will see their names included on sponsored projects. Introductory certificates are priced at $1.00. Further information on Exchange Certificates is available on the website.
In a single, user-friendly location, USSTC’s website provides customers with everything they need to take advantage of the benefits of space travel without large capital outlays. Users will find support in the company’s eight brands, or services, including business services, a marketplace to buy and sell seating or cargo room on flights, financing, and logistics, along with a storefront where USSTC-branded merchandise may be purchased.
According to Ranjit Daniel, CEO, “USSTC’s goal is to provide a seamless space transport operation across a wide range of diverse transportation and non-transportation services. Our company is continually advancing and improving space operations, making it easier, more cost-effective, and more enjoyable for people and businesses around the world to participate in the growing space industry.”
Chief Operating Officer Ian Allard adds: “USSTC brings a new way of thinking to space transport and technology. We are not just another space start-up, and we do not build space vehicles. We have made a reality of the space transport industry by making it accessible to the public.”
Also included on the website is a Bill of Rights, which sets forth USSTC’s fundamental principles: fair representation of its services and prices, equal access, prompt complaint resolution, and customer service excellence.
USSTC has pledged a portion of the profits from the new website to charity. Nonprofit organizations are invited to submit funding proposals for consideration.
“With the launch of usspaceco.com,” says Ranjit, “we anticipate far-reaching, positive effects for job creation, education, and local economies.”
“Space travel will never be the same. The future really is now.”
For more information on USSTC and its website, visit http://www.usspaceco.com, or contact Levon Melikyan at (646) 462-4704.