New York Capital Strike Water In France
The New York Capital Groups Merchant division have secured a proven and sustainable supply of premium mineral water sourced deep below a pristine volcanic landscape near Saint Geron in the Auvergne region of France. Far from sources of pollution, this landscape has remained exceptional. Water from rainfall, storms and melted snow, slowly makes its thousand-year journey through the layers of volcanic rock. It ends up several kilometers underground, where it encounters the carbonic gas of the earth’s magma and absorbs minerals only found in the volcanic region of Saint-Géron. It returns afterwards to the surface, filled with natural bubbles.
New York Capital’s pristine water aquifer holds sufficient renewable reserves to allow a theoretical pump flow capacity of 165,000 litres per hour or 1.445 billion litres per year. Known for its fine texture and unique taste this proved a popular major bottled water brand producing substantial and sustainable annual profit margins. New York Capitals bottled artisan water is distinctive because of its extraordinary source – a protected artesian aquifer found deep underground in the remotest part of France and untouched by man.
Chief Investment Officer and long time stalwart of New York Capital Michael Garner had this to say, ” New York Capital are very excited about this particular deal as it will open a whole new opportunity for investment for our clients, with water you have a no brainer as it is the most sort after commodity in the world and there is always a demand for it, on the flip side it also gives us the chance to supply high quality drinking water straight from source to the global market.
Not only that but due to already in place distribution and contracts we are able to offer our clients secure quarterly returns of more than 7% and in a world of uncertainty right now security of your finances is number one.”
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