Kenworth Ontario Dealerships to Offer Uniden® UCP200 as an Upgrade Option to New and Existing Customers
Montreal, QC – Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX-V:SIM / OTC PINK:SIMFF) (“Siyata” or the “Company”) is is pleased to announce that Kenworth Ontario dealerships will begin offering the Uniden® UCP200 (previously known as Voyager) as an upgrade feature device in both their new and used commercial trucks sold and serviced. The dealerships recently purchased Voyagers (now Uniden® UCP200) for its service fleet and valued the innovative features of the all-in-one device for communication, fleet management and push-to-talk solutions catered towards a commercial trucking environment.
Guy Lanthier, Director Parts Manager for Kenworth Ontario commented, “Kenworth Ontario is happy to team up with Siyata to offer the Uniden® UCP200 as an optional alternative communication device for new and used trucks. We have been using the Uniden® UCP200 with our outside sales team and we are very satisfied with its different functions and reliability, especially its push-to-talk solution and vehicle tracking capabilities. After field testing the device over an eight-week period, we are in the process of installing the Voyager in all our parts and service vehicles as the main communication devices for our parts and service fleet.”
Marc Seelenfreund, CEO of Siyata commented, “We are very excited to partner with the Ontario dealerships of one of the largest trucking manufacturers in North America. With their deep knowledge of how innovative technology is changing the trucking industry, it is a true testament to the quality and features of our devices. We look forward to a long standing relationship with Kenworth moving forward.”
There are tens of millions of commercial vehicles worldwide that currently rely on 2G networks and two-way radio systems for their communication platforms. Siyata aims to target this market as commercial fleets and vehicles upgrade their communications hardware to be compatible with next generation networks, push to talk solutions and other software applications targeting the commercial fleet market.
Established in 1923, Kenworth Truck Company is one of the leading manufactures of cargo and freight trucks in North America. Kenworth is an industry leader in providing fuel-saving technology solutions that help increase fuel efficiency and reduce emissions. For more information on Kenworth, please visit the corporate website at www.kenworth.com
Vehicle technology, will be an upgrade option to customers and will be sold as an additional feature, and will also be marketed to existing clients in Kenworth’s four dealerships across Ontario.
Siyata Mobile Inc. is a leading global developer and provider of innovative cellular communication systems. Siyata’s “Connected-Vehicle” devices and accessories are specifically designed for professional fleets such as trucks, vans, buses, ambulances, government cars and more. Siyata aims to provide greater mobile connectivity for professional drivers and to facilitate replacement of the current in-vehicle, multi-device status quo with a single device that incorporates voice, data, and fleet management solutions.
Siyata also markets and sells Uniden® cellular signal boosters and accessories across Canada and the United States. Siyata’s customers include cellular operators, commercial vehicle technology distributors, and fleets of all sizes in Canada, the US, Europe, Australia, and the Middle East. Visit http://www.siyatamobile.com/ to learn more.
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