In last trading session, the stock price of One Step Vending Corp (OTCMKTS:KOSK) surged more than 11% to close the trading session at $0.110. The gains came at a share volume of 5.58 million compared to average share volume of 41,449.

The buzz

Last month, One Step subsidiary unit reported a license agreement with New Line Software to deploy their ‘PCI’ compliant credit card processing know-how in all Micro Markets managed in San Diego territory. The company in news offers advanced payment know-hows and this license agreement will support the secure processing of payments in the kiosks set in the CRS Micro Markets’ industry and corporate clientele.Corporate Refreshment Services is a well-known self-checkout retailer firm in micro markets segment.

Setting new kiosks

Prior to the license deal, One Step Vending subsidiary unit reported that they have set up a new Micro Market Kiosk for Biomed Realty Trust’s office in San Diego. This location engages over 100 employees and they will offer healthier food alternatives and bring real difference in working peoples’ daily lives. Things have been going really well for the company after it reported the repositioning of its corporate headquarters from New York to its newly bought Corporate Refreshment Services facility in California, last year. This relocation was part of a vital integration plan that intended to putresources in target markets and enhance operational efficiencies.

The profile

One Step Vending is a holding firm determinedto acquire disruptive and market-changing business models. The firm supports subsidiary units with key financial, operational, sales, and marketing changes designed to enhance shareholder value and accelerate growth. Its subsidiary, CRS-Micro Markets offers a wide range of beverage and food solutions focusing on the application of Micro Market technology. The subsidiary firm has supplied over 150,000 units to clients in the last one year, registering a jump of more than 200% in sales volume.