Osem-Nestle has ordered 50 new SaverOne Systems which are being installed on their employee vehicles. Furthermore, the additional systems from SaverOne 2014 Ltd. are expected to be installed at a later stage with an eventual goal of equipping their full company’s fleet of cars and trucks with the SaverOne system.
This new order follows a successful six-month trial period covering an initial 30 vehicles, under which all aspects of the system were tested. At the close of the trial period, Osem-Nestle conducted an internal survey among users and SaverOne’s system received very high satisfaction grades with feedback that the system gives them peace of mind while driving and prevents them from cell phone distractions.
Osem-Nestle is one of the largest food manufacturers and distributors in Israel, and is owned by Nestle of Switzerland, a multinational food and beverage company with 270,000 employees and operating in 186 countries.
Mr. Gilboa, CEO of SaverOne commented, “We are pleased with this follow-on order from Osem-Nestle, a key customer, which presents strong long-term growth potential for SaverOne. It represents an opportunity to further penetrate and expand sales into the global organization. This new follow-on order is important, demonstrating the success of our product in the initial trials with Osem-Nestle and it also shows the strong value that they see in providing this protection system for their employees. Finally, it is a testament to the ongoing success we are seeing in executing our growth strategy and building relationships with multinational organizations.”
SaverOne’s system is installed in vehicles to provide a solution to the problem of driver distraction, as a result of drivers using distracting applications on the mobile phone while driving, in a way that endangers their safety and the safety of their passengers.
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Osem Investments Ltd. is one of the largest food manufacturers and distributors in Israel. The group is owned by Nestlé S.A. of Switzerland. Before it was acquired by Nestlé, the company was publicly traded and listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.