Spacecom has signed a $365 million (€267.3 million) deal for the construction and launch of Amos-4. Due to make its debut in 2012, the satellite will be deployed between 64 and 76 degrees East and principally target Southeast Asia, Central Asia and Africa. The Israel-based company currently operates the Amos-1 and Amos-2 satellites, both of which are located at 4 degrees West serve Europe and the Middle East. They will be joined by Amos-3, also located at 4 degrees West, in Q1 2008. Once Amos-4 is fully operational the Spacecom fleet will cover 80% of the world’s population.