Kush Bottles Opens Massachusetts Facility to Meet Increasing Cannabis Demand on the East Coast
With states like Maine, Maryland, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania slowly following Massachusetts’ lead, Kush Bottles expects that the new warehouse will allow it to grow with the ever-expanding cannabis market.
Kush Bottles, Inc. recently announced that it has opened a new warehouse facility in Worcester, Mass., to serve as its East Coast hub and to support businesses entering the industry or expanding operations within the East Coast market. Strategically located outside of metro Boston, the new warehouse represents the largest facility operated by the company to date.
Kush Bottles expects the new the 66,000-sq-ft warehouse facility to minimize the time taken to receive and distribute packaging and supplies, streamline its logistics, and have enough storage space for high-demand products with rapid turnover times, thereby ensuring high quality and service to clients in the region. With states like Maine, Maryland, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania slowly following Massachusetts’ lead, the company expects that the new warehouse will allow it to grow with the ever-expanding cannabis market.
“As a result of our first-mover advantage on the West Coast in key markets such as California, Washington, Oregon and Nevada, we have worked for years to imbed our team, products, and customer relationships with the key multi-state operators,” said Nick Kovacevich, CEO. “This effort has led to our position as a leader in the ancillary space with these businesses in these markets. We expect the Northeast to replicate that trend, and that’s why Kush Bottles has invested in this facility and our key personnel in the greater Northeast region: to be the first mover and a dominating player supporting the growth that is on the near horizon. The population density of the Northeast and early consumer demand reports are strong indicators that this region, once up to speed like more mature states, will prove our investment to be a rewarding endeavor as additional states come online and products get to market to fill that demand.”
The new facility will be run by Kyle Heverly, regional sales director. Heverly joined Kush Bottles in January and has been working to develop the East Coast division and the company’s sales program in the region. He reportedly has extensive enterprise sales and marketing management experience and has built out the current team to cover the region in account management and other sales support functions.
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