Anand being the first of its satellites to launch on Indian soil, he said ISRO’s support towards the company as well as logistical aid made it easier to launch from SDSC.
The company is active across space, launch, and ground segments, and supports civilian and defence clients worldwide.
The rocket will contain nine payloads, consisting of the Oceansat-3 and eight nano satellites.
The launch is scheduled at 11.46 am on Saturday, said the national space agency headquartered here.
The new rocket could also be 'reusable'.
ISRO's second commercial success in a week; PSLV C53 injects three foreign satellites in precise orbit
This was the second dedicated commercial mission of the space agency's commercial arm NewSpace India Limited (NSIL).
In a statement, the ISRO said PSLV-C46 successfully injected the satellite, RISAT2B, into an orbit of 556 kms, about 15 minutes and 25 seconds after lift-off from the first launch pad.
S Somanath, Director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), said the next launch PSLV C-43 will be carrying one Indian satellite and 31 customer satellites.