As a part of the previously announced export approval of 7100kgs of Colombia-grown cannabis, Allied has shipped 1728kgs to Switzerland. This will be followed by 1500kgs weekly until the 7100kg threshold is met.
On April 01, 2022 Colombia enacted the new legislation allowing for the legal export of dried cannabis produced in Colombia and immediately Allied submitted several applications for export. After many levels of regulatory inspections, analyses, discussions and questions, Allied’s first export was shipped in June 2022, second shipment in July 2022 and now this large recurring shipment in August 2022. This monthly recurring pattern is now turning into a weekly cycle of 1500kgs.
After a rigorous analysis, the most efficient and economical air shipment quantity was determined to be approximately 1500kgs. Allied has today sent 1728kgs and will follow with 1500kgs weekly.
“We are the first company ever to ship a commercial shipment of dried cannabis to an international market – now we are not only duplicating our shipments but are doing so at a commercial scale. This is the largest known legal shipment that we know of out of Colombia. This accomplishment speaks to the quality of our team, and most importantly our product,” said Calum Hughes, CEO and Chairman of the Board.
Allied’s multiple strains in the production pipeline include over 15,000 THC plants created for multiple batches to fulfill our 2022 quota. The Allied THC flower harvest will be available for sale in or around September 2022.
“From decades of production expertise, manufacturing and supply chain quality assurance, regulatory expertise and logistics coordination – the team has performed! The three years of genotyping and phenotyping followed by the regulatory knowledge needed to execute the export have proven successful. We can now boldly claim that we are not only the first to pull it off, but we have been able to duplicate the orders at commercial scale; the largest that we know of. We have now done it for three months in a row and are tightening this cycle to now ship 1500kgs every week,” continued Hughes.
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