Kush Bottles, a marijuana products distributor, is opening a distribution facility in Las Vegas to serve cannabis companies and consumers in the state’s booming recreational and medical markets.
Tourism and organic growth in the Las Vegas market means some MJ businesses have difficulty predicting packaging and supply needs, the California company’s CEO, Nick Kovacevich, said in a news release.
Kush’s local facility’s opening is aimed at providing faster delivery as well as onsite pickup.
Kush is leasing the 13,000-square-foot warehouse in Sin City to distribute both packaging and industry production supplies, such as vaporizer cartridges, hydrocarbon gases, solvents, exit bags, pre-roll tubes and more, according to the release. It’s slated to open by the middle of this month.
Kush Bottles already has a hazmat facility in Las Vegas, used by Nevada cannabis companies to manufacture marijuana oils. The company also has facilities in California, Colorado and Washington state, according to its website.
Kush Bottles is a public company that trades on over-the-counter markets under the ticker symbol KSHB.