Ken saw the need for a better packaging system and even though he was told by engineers what he was attempting to do was impossible he pushed forward with his idea. The first website was called Canadian Bagged Water.
Canadian Bagged Water was set up to sell the bagging system but it soon became evident there was more needed than the bagging machine alone.
Ken Nicolle has extensive experience in the water industry. Over the last 27 years Ken has sold water treatment systems, built a salt delivery business and a water delivery system that is positioned to take over the industry.
The traditional bottled water we associate with the office cooler is about to disappear and for good reason. It is simply too expensive.The empty bottles require transportation back to the plant, sorting and cleaning. The whole process of creating, filling, distributing, recovering, cleaning and reusing the bottles is expensive. it takes up a ton of space, uses precious water in cleaning and puts unwanted chemicals back into the water system.
Ken has done the world a favor with his creation of his bag in a bag water distribution system. His machine is state of the art and relatively inexpensive. It takes up almost no space at all and because the material to make thousands of bags can be stored on a single roll, bottle storage space is no longer required. This alone can save thousands of dollars in plant construction, heating and maintenance.
The bags are bio-degradable so when they are empty you simple throw them away. The system attracted the attention of some of the best film manufacturers in the world.
The potential for use in a world where water is hard to find, polluted, or needs to be transported over long distances is huge. The potential income in the sale of his Canadian water bagging machines is in the millions and maybe even in the billions of dollars. The market extends far beyond the water industry. The KN3000 can be used to package any number of products, both liquid and solid.
Ken named the new website BIB Packaging.com.
Up until now Ken’s focus has been on the development of the equipment. The bagging machine is only part of the story. There is a water cooler, a water cooler converter, a desk top or counter top dispenser emergency water supply dispensing system and a flavor injection system that can turn bagged water into energy drinks.
Ken’s bagger can make a 3 gallon bag and put it into a second bag or it can make mini pouches the size of Popsicle and drop them into a larger bag for distribution. The applications are endless.
The first major application is in the mining industry in Australia Thousands of gallons of water are needed to quench the thirst of the men and women working in the mines. 90 to 150 thousand gallons a week in just two of the mines.
The old system of sending the water into the mines in 5 gallon bottles, the kind you see on the top of water coolers around the world was expensive. The bottles were the problem. Expensive to buy, keep clean and transport empty as well as full. Ken’s bag in bag system solves the problem and will save the mining industry thousands of dollars, millions of dollars over time.
Ken had his customer in Australia fly to Victoria BC. in Canada to see the equipment. Then Ken flew to Australia to do the installation set up the machine and get the system up and running. The news is spreading rapidly through the mining industry and the bottled water industry.