1. Koyo Ma Ha Lo deep sea drinking water: In 2001, Koyo was the first company that heard the news about the 2000 feet pipeline of Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority (NELHA). This pipeline was supposed to be wasted when the project of NELHA failed after the experimental stage. Koyo saw the opportunity of the pipeline because Koyo was also in the business of harvesting deep ocean water from the pacific, 600 feet below. While the opportunity was there, Koyo was quick to invest in an exclusive bottled water processing plant in NELHA. The lease was made by Koyo with NELHA. On the first year of the production, Koyo incurred $20 million in costs (2002) but the profits were already in the roll to be reported.
2. Savers Holdings Ltd. - This company is based in Korea where its processing plant is in NELHA. This company leases the facility of NELHA to produce food and beverage products. These products include the bottled water, bottled by its state of the art bottling plant, which is due to be completed in the spring of 2008.
3. DSH International, Inc. - This company mainly supplies deep sea water harvested 2000 feet into the ocean. The container ships that this company handles carry the harvested desalinized sea water to be delivered to the other countries that require the product. Instead of leasing the facilities in NELHA, this company utilizes container ships that hold 20,000 liters of water per container. The water contained within the container will be delivered internationally.