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Bennu Glass leases warehouse at Port of Kalama for storage, distribution

DBR Staff Writer Published 07 November 2012

Bennu Glass, a Washington-based wine glass manufacturer, has taken an additional 20,000ft² of warehouse space on lease for storage and distribution of wine bottles at the Kalama River Industrial Park.

The company recently acquired the Cameron Family Glass Packaging facility at the Port of Kalama and started the production of wine bottles in August 2012.

The new warehouse will compliment with the factory's production capacity, which is expected to reach over 100 million wine bottles per year or nearly nine million cases. The warehouse will also help them serve the wine industry in California, Oregon and Western Canada.

With a newly laid industrial park, acres of shovel-ready land for manufacturing, technology and storage, easy transportation to rail, highway and airport and collaborative environment, the Port of Kalama serves as an ideal place for setting up business, the Port officials said.

Bennu joins other industries and businesses in the Port of Kalama vicinity with an aim to grow its business.