DirectView Holdings (OTCMKTS: DIRV) Signs Master Agreement to Service Facilities for $3.7b Food Industry Leader


DirectView Holdings, Inc., (OTCMKTS: DIRV), a specialized video surveillance and security company, announced on March 20th, 2018, that its subsidiary has been selected to provide comprehensive security installations at all current and upcoming production plants and distribution locations for a $3.8B publicly-traded, world-leading company in the food production space. The company has also entered into an ongoing maintenance and service agreement for this prestigious client.

Although the client was not named, the official press release reveals that it has several production plants, distribution locations and subsidiaries across the nation and around the world. furthermore, these facilities range anywhere from a few thousand square feet to a million square feet, requiring hundreds of surveillance cameras, network equipment and servers designed by DirectView.

According to the press release, Directview Holdings, Inc., (OTCMKTS: DIRV) will be installing 1.3MP, 3mp (1080P) and 4mp (1520P) fixed dome cameras, bullet cameras, and 360° (fisheye) cameras, and at some locations, pan-tilt-zoom cameras. DirectView will also be installing, programming and maintaining the VMS, otherwise known as 'video management systems' for the company and its locations.

The security system will help insure food safety on the production lines and facilities while insuring quality control. Other benefits of the system include employee safety, loss prevention, asset protection, and crime prevention.

Roger Ralston, DirectView CEO, states, "We continue to find massive opportunities with current and new clients in the surveillance camera and VMS space we serve. Being selected by a world leading company such as this serves as a testament to our accomplishments in 2018, as we quickly become one of the fastest growing companies in the security industry. DirectView is currently realizing record sales and increasing profits and looks to parlay that into continued growth both organically and through its rollup strategy.


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