Published On: Mon, Jan 6th, 2020

Cott subsidiary Eden Springs acquires Watercooler Gigant from Leylines

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Cott Corporation, a bottled water delivery services provider, said that its subsidiary Eden Springs has acquired the Watercooler Gigant business of Netherlands-based Leylines for an undisclosed price.

Watercooler Gigant is an e-commerce platform in the Netherlands which is engaged in supplying bottled water coolers and filtration solutions to commercial and residential clients.

Through the acquisition of Watercooler Gigant, Eden Springs is expected to boost its position in the region by adding a new e-commerce channel and nearly 1,800 customers, said Cott Corporation.

Antonio Alarcon – President of Eden Springs Continental Europe said: “Watercooler Gigant has a strong reputation for quality service across its e-commerce platforms and shares our commitment to organic growth.

“We are excited to welcome the Watercooler Gigant customers to the Eden Springs family, and look forward to providing them with even more products and services.”

Cott subsidiary Eden Springs acquires Watercooler Gigant from Leylines

Cott subsidiary Eden Springs acquires Watercooler Gigant from Leylines. Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay.

Eden Springs, which has been a part of Cott since 2016, is a workplace drinks solutions provider which offers a one-stop service to meet the water and coffee needs of organizations.

The Cott subsidiary supplies water and coffee service solutions to more than 800,000 customers across 18 countries, including a variety of bottle-fed water coolers, plumbed-in water coolers, and small pack bottles apart from hot beverages solutions like coffee machines, coffee, tea, and other accessories.

Earlier this month, Cott said that its subsidiary DS Services has launched PureFlo, an IoT (Internet of Things) enabled water filtration unit in the US. The IoT water filtration unit is said to monitors water quality and filter life continuously apart from proactively detecting issues and service needs, while offering detailed, real-time analytics on water usage and water quality to anyone drinking from it.

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