VALENCIA, Calif. — System JO parent company United Consortium announced today that it will be consolidating its U.S. distribution network.
As of Jan. 1, wholesale distribution of the manufacturer’s brands System JO and DONA will be reduced to four partners: East Coast News, Nalpac, National Video Supply and Williams Trading Co.
“Although this was an extremely difficult decision, we know it’s the correct move for our customers,” United Consortium CEO Michael Woolard said. “Since my start with United Consortium, the overriding goal has been to continually improve support for our retailers. This shift to narrow our distribution will allow us to focus more energy on stores than ever before.”
The company says its narrowed selection of distributors represents the optimum balance for the U.S. market. As part of the consolidation, the remaining “Preferred Partners” will work with United Consortium to keep retailers stocked and supported with educational and marketing materials. The company plans to release further details of its Preferred Partner program in the coming weeks.
“We’ve all worked very hard to position our System JO and DONA brands as leaders in the adult industry,” Woolard said. “Our commitment to this market is stronger than ever, and our Preferred Partners are 100 percent aligned with our mission.”
Retailers seeking distributor information can contact the United Consortium at firstname.lastname@example.org or its Preferred Partners directly using: email@example.com (East Coast News), firstname.lastname@example.org (Nalpac), email@example.com (National Video Supply) and firstname.lastname@example.org (Williams Trading.)