Calgary, AB – December 21, 2022 – CannaPharmaRx, Inc. (OTC PINK:CPMD), a future leader in ultramodern, highly efficient cannabis production facilities announced today it received its cultivation license from Health Canada.
The license, LIC-3JCQW6DIU0 is a major step towards production. A standard cultivation license is necessary for larger companies that want to build and grow in a large-scale facility. Upon receiving the cultivation license the company can now grow cannabis and sell wholesale to other licensed producers.
Now that the cultivation license is approved the company anticipates completing the first harvest and sales during Q1 2023 with estimated annual revenue over $30 million.
“The company now has the facility in Cremona in the final preparations of facility opening. As a result of a multi-million dollar offtake agreement, several strains of genetics for a variety of high-quality cannabis products and a cultivation license, we are primed to enter the cannabis market. This keeps us on track to complete our first harvest and distribution during the next few months with rapid revenue expansion,” stated Nick Colvin, CEO of CannaPharmaRx.
About CannapharmaRx, Inc.
CannapharmaRx is focused on the acquisition and development of state-of-the-art cannabis grow facilities in Canada. CPMD is in discussion with other companies regarding potential acquisitions. CannapharmaRx’s business strategy is to become a leader in high quality and low-cost production of cannabis through the development, acquisition, and enhancement of existing facilities. CannapharmaRx is committed to operating high-quality facilities utilizing the latest technology in combined heat and power generation to ensure being a low-cost producer of cannabis.
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