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Green Earth Technologies Adds New High Speed Bottling Line At Its Guymon, Oklahoma Manufacturing FacilitySTAMFORD, CT | Posted on September 18th, 2008
Jeff Marshall, CEO of Green Earth Technologies, said, "We decided to place our high speed bottling line in Guymon due to the rising freight costs that are being driven by diesel prices, and the fact that Guymon is centrally located, so we can bottle our G-OIL where it is made and meet the growing demand for G-OIL products from both coasts most efficiently. Another benefit is the proximity to the processing of more than 50,000 heads of cattle within a 50 mile radius of the Guymon facility. Importantly, this gives GET a continuous stream of beef tallow, which is a key ingredient in G-OIL."
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