Investing in Superior Drinking Water in Bulk for Export to Mexico, Vietnam, India and the Middle East.

Through business associates and contacts, Arctic Blue Waters Alaska, Inc. will establish a relationship with existing beverage packaging companies in the following markets.

Our First Target Markets:


World News, Reuters, June 20, 2022 reports:

Mexico is facing a water crisis that affects millions of people across the country and it’s only going to get worse in the future, warns at least one expert.  According to the National Water Commission (Conaqua), 9 million people don’t have access to potable water and another 10.2 million lack basic sanitation infrastructure in their homes.  Protests and public anger are also growing against soda and beer companies whose federal concessions have allowed them to continue to extract water even as residents go without.  More than half of Mexico is currently facing moderate to severe drought conditions, according to the federal water commission (Conaqua), amid extreme heat that scientists blame on climate change.

Bottled Water in Mexico

The bottled water industry in Mexico is huge and very important to the economy.  Mexico is the world’s largest producer of bottled water, and it is also one of the largest consumers.  Mexican companies produce about 3.5 billion liters of bottled water per year. The current population in Mexico is 132 million.


A southeastern Asian country with a population that totals over 86 million people, whose coastline stretches 12 nautical miles, imminently struggles with providing clean water to those living there.  The country has over 2360 rivers and about two-thirds of its population resides near one of Vietnam’s three water basins.  Even so, most of this aquatic supply is unusable and undrinkable.  The ongoing Vietnamese water crisis is so threatening that it is a focal point of national policy and international concern.  Over 13 million Vietnamese do not have sufficient access to clean water for their daily activities, including 2.5 million people in rural areas, where many farmlands are located.  Contaminated water accounts for nearly 80 percent of diseases in the country, including cholera, typhoid, dysentery and malaria each year in the country.  In the Northern region of Vietnam around Hanoi, there is evidence of arsenic contamination in the drinking water.  About 7 million people living in this area have a severe risk of arsenic poisoning and elevated levels of arsenic can cause cancer, neurological and skin problems, this is a serious issue.  


With a current population of 1.4 billion that is approximately 18% of the world’s population it has only 4% of the world’s drinking water.  Drinking water shortages are becoming increasingly acute worldwide, but especially in India. About 75% of Indian households do not have drinking water at their premise.  As a result, 200,000 people die every year due to inadequate access to safe drinking water, 84% of rural households do not have piped water access and that 70% of their water is contaminated.  India is currently ranked 120 among 122 countries in the water quality index.  By 2030, it is predicted that demand of the current supply will double and 40% of the population will not have access to drinking water.  

Bottled Water in India

Bottled water market is a symbol of a new lifestyle and health-consciousness rising in India.  While a substantial portion of the population struggles to get safe drinking water, a new generation, particularly in metropolitan areas, is becoming accustomed to paying high costs for bottled water.  Over the past five years, the bottled water market has grown by 40-45 percent.  Higher disposable income, increasing taste for hygiene, improved price, easier availability of packaged drinking water, and a lack of safe drinking water are driving demand for bottled water.  While India is among the top ten bottled water users in the world, its per capita bottled water consumption is estimated to be five liters per year, which is far lower than the global average of$ 24 liters.  Bottled water is becoming one of India’s fastest growing industries.  India’s bottled water was valued at US$297 million in 2021 and it is expected to reach US$892 million by 2029.