Blue Gold Beverages, Inc.
PINKSHEETS : BGBV

Blue Gold Beverages, Inc.

March 05, 2012 08:00 ET

Blue Gold Beverages Sales and Marketing Strategy

GREENWOOD, SOUTH CAROLINA--(Marketwire - March 5, 2012) - Blue Gold Beverages, Inc.(PINKSHEETS:BGBV) has adopted a sales strategy centered around posting sales listings for the estimated 20,000 metric tons of Nylon 6,6 available at the South Carolina landfill. The company has posted listings on recycling exchange web sites such as www.recycle.net, and Plastic Recyclers Trading Market (LinkedIn). The unprocessed Nylon 6,6 is priced at $600.00 per metric ton, and numerous potential clients have responded to the posting showings a strong interest in the product. The Nylon 6,6 is not cleaned nor pelletized and is loaded directly from the landfill into the shipping containers. Blue Gold Beverages is responding to all sale inquiries and sending out numerous samples to potential clients.

The sample polymers (Nylon 6,6) from the South Carolina site have been analyzed and the generated data indicates that all samples are consistent with post production commercial grade Polyamide Nylon 6,6, used in the manufacturing of textiles. Nylon 6,6 is the most common commercial grade nylon due to its longer molecular chain, highest melting point (256º C) of all synthetic fibers and denser structure, therefore qualifying it as a premium nylon fiber. As oil prices reach record levels, the global demand for recycled Nylon 6,6 will also rise.

ABOUT THE COMPANY: Blue Gold Beverages is reseller industrial polymers, the company has identified the worldwide shortage in certain types of polymers, and specifically petroleum based polymers. As a result of this the company is focusing its efforts in the reclamation of polymers, specifically Polyethylene Terephthalate and commercial grade Nylon 6,6 waste.

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