- May 3, 2013
-- U.S. Rare Earth Minerals, Inc., announced today that international Canadian distributor, Canadian Wholesale Trading Group (CWTG) has approval to sell Excelerite AG and Excelerite Livestock, as well as already having received authorization for the new labels for said products from regulators. They are working to complete approval and registration for the remaining Excelerite® products in Canada.
CWTG will sell Excelerite® in Canada under the name Khloris™ – which is the name of the goddess of flowers.
CWTG has also begun to put together their website, which will become the premiere central information hub for Canada. This website will directly link to our site (http://us-rem.com)
to ensure that all important documents are updated as near as real time as possible.
USREM recently shipped the first truckload to CWTG, CWTG has already expressed their interest in additional orders in the following weeks to come.
About U.S. Rare Earth Minerals, Inc.
U.S. Rare Earth Minerals, Inc. (USMN) is engaged in the sales and distribution of products derived from the Company’s mining activities in Nevada. Products of USMN consist of natural rare earth minerals for agricultural products as well as for animal and human consumption, all sold under the brand name EXCELERITE®. Customers of USMN include some of the world’s most widely recognized companies that have well known consumer brands. USMN has executive offices in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company maintains a web site at: http://www.us-rem.com
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