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“Existing players”

Although Cannabis has been grown and cultivated for hundreds of years, in the past decade the Cannabis plant has been used as raw material for Cannabis products manufacturing.

More and more scientific facts, clinical research, studies and impressive statistic-based information are being published regularly, pushing Cannabis products into the minds of many people across the world.

Cannabis products are consumed by many patients and therefore more quality, consistency and control should be assimilated into the different cultivation and post harvesting stages to ensure best-quality and safety.

New/updated regulatory requirements and good practices for Cannabis cultivation and post harvest such as GAP, GACP, GPP and GDP are adopted by the relevant/local regulation bodies in order to enable patients and users to have safe, effective, consistent and pure cannabis products at their disposal. Moreover, due to the constant growing demand for cannabis products, local cannabis company’s capacity and/or quality are in most cases insufficient and only high quality GACP certified Cannabis flowers can be sold and used by Cannabis GMP manufacturers.

Doing the same things you used to do is the opposite of long-term thinking in the future cannabis industry.

There are plenty of cannabis genetics, strains and cultivation technologies that can increase your growing capacities, yield, cost and quality.

However, you want your cannabis flowers to meet release specifications in order to be sold globally and to be distinguished from a quality and consistency perspective from the others in order to increase profit margins.

Every regulatory obstacle- can become an opportunity, allowing you to improve your business model on an ongoing basis.

You have to be ready for the changes in the future cannabis industry and to act accordingly, in order to be faster and smarter than the competition.

Video: GMP importance for existing companies Cannabis GXP?

“New players”

We hear daily about the great developments and breakthroughs in the global cannabis industry. The world is becoming “greener” every day and you don’t want to miss your entry point to this amazing industry. Experience and skills gained from other industries can also be leveraged into the world of cannabis.

Currently, cannabis growing and cultivation offers many great business opportunities for existing players as well as for new ones. Those who take action on time and do it right are the ones destined to succeed.

In order to enter this industry properly, you have to gain professional skills and knowledge. Combined with a fresh attitude gained from other business activities or agriculture projects, long-term planning with the right resources is the key to success.

Video: GMP importance for new companies Cannabis GXP

R&D & Technology

  • Cultivation capacity, technology, methodology and genetics definitions

  • Cultivation and post-harvest facilities conceptual design

  • Cultivation conditions, technologies and control definition

  • Cultivation and post harvest facility detailed design

  • Constructors bidding process escort

  • Full service, technical and process support

  • Tissue culture cloning laboratory design, equipment, procedures and training

  • QC laboratory design, equipment, procedures and training

  • Extraction process design, technology and optimization

Quality & Regulation

  • Current regulatory status and requirements review (local & export)

  • Project overall Risk Assessment

  • Cultivation and post harvest facilities construction process inspection

Business& Efficiency

  • Business goals set up

  • Project budget, business plan and time lines

  • Good Agriculture Practices (GAP) preparations

  • Cultivation and post harvest facilities and systems testing and qualifications

  • Cloning, growing and flowering protocols writing

  • Quality and Operational Management System establishment

  • GAP and Quality Employees training

  • Critical systems Validation

  • GAP and Quality Mock Audit

  • 1st growing batch

  • Flowers physical, analytical, chemical and microbial testing

  • Cultivation and post harvest improvements and protocols updates

  • 2nd growing batch

  • Flowers physical, analytical, chemical and microbial testing

  • Final product release specifications definition

  • Stability study and shelf life determination

  • GAP and Quality Mock Audit towards external regulatory audit

  • Audit gaps closing, employees training

  • External regulatory audit escort

  • Cultivation and post harvest processes cost reduction and yield improvements

Our Stats

From Facility concept to final product approval 100%
Pharma-Grade Quality for Your Brand 100%
Novel Cannabis Product Development Capabilities 100%
Unified Project Management Methodology 100%
Full GAP/GMP/GDP Readiness 100%
Complete Client Confidentiality Assured 100%

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