Clevon is expanding its US team to grow business in the North-American market. This week Nathan Ray, joined the team as a Chief Business Development Officer. 

Sander Sebastian Agur, CEO of Clevon welcomed the new team member on board.

“Nathan’s expertise and knowledge from the retail, logistics and supply chain field is invaluable for the whole company. He will enable us to introduce our groundbreaking technology to more interested parties, will explain how our platform can be utilized for multiple business cases, and will kickstart pilot projects in North America.”

Prior to joining Clevon, Nathan spent 16 years in operational and strategic roles with companies like Albertson’s, HelloFresh, Amazon, and Target. Key experiences include leading large-scale fulfilment and distribution operations supporting billions in sales revenue, launching multiple automated robotic fulfilment sites, and leading large-scale technology, expense reduction, and quality improvement initiatives. Nathan has an MBA from the Quantic School of Business and Technology and a BA from the University of Virginia.

“I’m incredibly excited and honored to be joining the Clevon team. The team has already accomplished a good deal in a short time by bringing their vision for an affordable, sustainable and safe autonomous delivery solution to life. That solution, the CLEVON 1, has been on the road delivering goods in Europe safely for over two years. I look forward to contributing to Clevon’s continued growth and playing a critical role in expanding Clevon’s presence into the US market,” said Nathan Ray.

Clevon’s team in the US will keep growing. The company is looking for sales and operations
people to realize all the ongoing negotiations with the most prominent players in the field. 

Clevon develops multifunctional autonomous vehicles that help make home delivery of
goods cheaper, faster, more customer-friendly, and more environmentally friendly. The
company has offices in Estonia and the US, Texas. In 2022, Clevon was listed on the Nasdaq’s North Baltic Exchange (CLEV) after spinning off from Cleveron.