Kush Bottles Inc (OTCMKTS:KSHB) has finalized a distribution deal with JKD Brands to effectively expand into the Alaska market. JKD Brands, a renowned distribution pioneer in Alaska, will be offering the cannabis market with company’s leading offerings like child-resistant bags and containers, and all other labeling, accessory and packaging alternatives.
Alaska marked as the fourth state to start approved adult-use cannabis sales. It comes in the list of top ten visited sites in the United States. Recently, the state has witnessed a surge of tourism, including a projected 1.9 million out-of-state people coming to the Alaska between May 2016 and September 2016.
Considering its geography, Alaska showcases logistical challenges for most U.S. supply firms. This new association allows both JKD Brands and Kush Bottles to remain dedicated to offering remarkable customer service, the best quality products, unique custom design offerings, and competitive prices while servicing Alaska’s growing cannabis market.
Jim Dyer, who is the Co-Founder of JKD Brands, reported that they are delighted to associate with Kush Bottles as they increase market share in Alaska’s cannabis market. Kush Bottles is the country’s most renowned provider of packaging, accessories and supplies to the cannabis industry. It brings countrywide strength and industry expertise to the new collaboration.
In addition, Kush Bottles’ latest inclusions of CMP Wellness and Trinity Terpenes offer JKD Brands access to an array of premium quality products. They are thrilled to introduce this association and offer top quality cannabis offerings to the state of Alaska.
Nicholas Kovacevich, the CEO of Kush Bottles, reported that they select to associate with JKD Brands as their knowledge of the Alaska regulatory, market conditions and logistics, is exceptional. JKD’s management team has substantial state and local knowledge, with the capabilities, know-how and support of a renowned national partner. The management is confident they make the right associates to extend company’s reach into the Alaska market.