American water company American Water has launched a contract with Indianapolis-based delivery company LTV to deliver water to customers in the city.
The deal comes on the heels of an announcement by the company last week that it is opening a second Indiana distribution center.
The Indiana-based company, which offers bottled water and other beverages, announced in January that it will be launching a new distribution center in Indianapolis in the spring.
LTV is the only company in the U.S. to offer a water delivery system for customers in Indianapolis.
American Water’s Indiana-focused expansion comes just days after the city of Indianapolis announced that it was opening its first new distribution facility in the Indiana capital in more than 20 years.
In November, the city announced plans to expand its water distribution network to include six distribution centers, including two new ones in Indianapolis and Indianapolis.
The city’s new distribution centers will be able to deliver up to 4.2 million gallons of water a day, according to a statement from the city last week.
The city plans to also offer more than 1,200 additional service hours per day, allowing the city to meet demand even if demand drops.
The company also plans to open a second distribution center on the same site in Indianapolis, the company said.
“The expansion of the distribution network will bring additional customers to our network, including those with limited water needs and those who choose to make their own choices,” the statement read.
“LTV will provide additional services and products to customers as they seek to find the right water service provider.”LTV’s Indianapolis operations have been growing rapidly in recent years.
The company announced in May that it would expand to the Indiana city of Westover, which had been looking to open its own water distribution system.