Spacecom says that are other companies interested in buying or merging with it.
Israel Aerospace saw higher profit on lower revenue in the second quarter, in which the company signed its biggest-ever deal.
The radar will be used by a key US military force, providing it with air surveillance with emphasis on counter-UAV.
The Israeli defense company’s orders backlog totaled $7,329 million at the end of the second quarter, up from $6,818 million a year earlier.
The cost of the logistics center plan is estimated at NIS 15 billion.
The company admits that its own investigation into the deal for the sale of submarines and ships to Israel was "limited in capacity."