Lindon, UT /PRNewswire/ - ForeverGreen™ Worldwide Corporation (OTCQB: FVRG), a global direct marketing company and provider of health and wellness products announces today it has moved its European logistics support to France to improve efficiencies. These changes of logistic operations will decrease shipping costs and provide enhanced marketing support for the company.
Along with better shipping costs and tracking software throughout Europe, the new company encompasses a marketing arm that will help the company grow membership and market in the European regions. This will aid the European leaders and members with marketing systems, which will lead to increased member growth.
"As part of this enhanced service for European members, we have dramatically upgraded our member services. We now have better infrastructure for our European markets, which will enable us to better service our European members and customers This software allows for more feedback with better and faster follow up. We know that we will see improved sales and decreased costs as a result. We are phasing in these improvements and should have it completed across all product lines in the next sixty days. In the initial roll-out of these services, we have seen greater acceptance and member productivity across the board. This is just the next step in support of our largest and fastest growing market," stated Rick Redford, ForeverGreenCEO.
About ForeverGreen™ Worldwide Corporation
ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation develops, manufactures and distributes an expansive line of all-natural products to North America, Europe and Asia, including its global Xpress offering Prodigy-5™, featuring TransArmor™ Nutrient Technology, as well as Pulse-8™ powered L-arginine formula for cardiovascular health. Additional products include PowerStrips™, SolarStrips™, with industry exclusive Marine Phytoplankton.
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