American Cannabis Company has secured a contract with a new client in Macedonia. The company has been retained specifically for conceptual floorplan and facility layout activities in association with providing base equipment lists for cultivation and processing. This thirteen thousand square foot facility will feature a very efficient and lean process flow. The client intends to utilize all harvested material for extraction and oil production, and the operation will have an extraction facility located on site. Working to place both cultivation and extraction operations within the same building footprint, architects assigned to the design process will focus on creating a space that allows for the largest possible plant canopy while at the same time allotting sufficient room for commercial extraction operations to take place.
Tyler Schloesser, Chief Operating Officer for American Cannabis Company, said: “I am thrilled to be engaged with this client as we look to complete conceptual design in a country that ACC has never had the opportunity to work in before. We at ACC are continuing to expand the frontier by offering international cannabis consulting services in all regulated markets. It is a true honor to be participating in this project as we add Macedonia to our seemingly ever-growing list of markets that we have provided top-notch consulting services to.”
Terry Buffalo, American Cannabis Company’s Principal Executive Officer, commented: “This is a very exciting time for our company, as we continue to expand into these new and emerging markets. This project is to take place 5,864 miles from our headquarters in Denver, Colorado, a large step across the pond marking the furthest distance that the company has had to work remotely. The footprints of ACC’s work are becoming more and more prevalent on a global scale, and we look forward to continuing this outward growth.”
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