Pure Beverages brings out ‘Ival’ bottled water to Saudi market

By Amirtha P S, Desk Reporter
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Pure Beverages Industry Company, Saudi Arabia-based bottled water producer and distributor, has launched its high-quality bottled drinking water produced from underground water wells, Ival, in the Kingdom.

With the launch of Ival, Pure Beverage not only aims to become the largest bottled drinking water company in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East region but also intends to excel in this sector by relying on a huge production capacity using its network of factories located all over the Kingdom.

Ival water, produced in accordance with the highest global standards and specifications, relies on the latest equipment which are available both locally and internationally, and innovative technologies as the ones used in Germany and Luxembourg.

Furthermore, the company adopts the highest quality standards in operation and logistics, through its cadres in customer service and delivery operations.

Commenting on the launch, Mr. Saad Ajlan Al-Ajlan, General Manager of Pure Beverages Industry Company, stated that “Our aim is to achieve success and excellence in the healthy bottled drinking water industry and to become the pioneers of this industry in the Kingdom. We adopt the latest procedures for quality assurance control for all our products, as our strategy requires, paying attention to the smallest details, meeting the needs of the Saudi market, and keeping pace with its developments at all levels.”

The first edition of Ival Water stands will be organized by WorkSmart for Events Management at the Gulfood from 13-17 February 2022. “This tie-up with Pure Beverages will greatly boost their presence in the international market and attract inward business opportunities from potential consumers and visitors at Gulfood exhibition from all over the world,” Mr. Ahmed Alhujairy, CEO of WorkSmart stated.

Ival water is available all over Saudi Arabia, providing delivery services over a larger geographical scale with the availability of about 50 distribution centers in all regions of the Kingdom.

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