EMS Find Inc (OTCMKTS:EMSF) has started trading on the OTCMKTS, after being formed as a result of a merger between Lightcollar Inc and EMS Factory Inc. The merger is aimed at launching the EMS Find mobile medical transportation platform. The new company is now working towards the launch of its mobile medical transportation platform, which aims to serve as a link between the healthcare providers, the patients and the medical transportation companies.

The newly incepted EMS Find would use the rapidly growing mobile technology to serve its mission and purpose. The new service would provide the consumers with on-demand medical transportation facilities. The concerned parties would be able to make use of their mobiles to schedule transports in an efficient, cost-effective and timely manner. Steve Rubakh has been appointed the CEO of the new company. He stated that making use of the resources from both companies, the new EMS Find Inc would be able to offer powerful mobile applications and on-demand services.

Consequently, the two companies aim to provide improved shareholder value to its investors, through the new company. The CEO also outlined that the medical transportation industry is worth $15 billion and the EMS Find would cater to over 40 million annual medical transports worldwide. EMS Find has stated its mission to develop B2B and B2C mobile solutions to connect the three parties stated earlier.

However, the company would not be limiting itself to smartphones, unlike many others, it has decided to move forth and develop similar applications for just about all internet enabled devices. The beauty of this application is that it makes use of your location, medical history and insurance coverage data to find you the most suitable and cost-effective transport available. The company is expected to begin its services throughout North America for the initial stages, but eventually reach the global market.

EMS Find Inc (OTCMKTS:EMSF) closed at a share price of $1.78, after reporting an increase of 37.98% during the June 8 session. A total of 28.25 million EMSF shares changed hands before the final bell.