NORWAY: Isbre ups US distribution footprint
Isbre Holding Corp. has secured distribution for its namesake spring water in the US state of Delaware.
The company said yesterday (12 December) that NKS Distributors will handle distribution of Isbre Norwegian glacier spring water in the state. Financial details were not disclosed.
The deal follows previously announced distribution agreements with Gretz Beer Company, Penn Distributors, and Wilsbach Distributors covering the greater Philadelphia and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania areas.
Isbre bottles its water in Norway and is in the process of establishing a bottling facility in an unnamed port city in the north-east US. The company will ship its water in tanker ships directly from its springs to the bottling facility. Isbre said it is also seeking other global areas of sales for its water products.
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