THC Global to commence the manufacturing of Australian medicinal cannabis medicines at the Southport Facility

  • Nov 19, 2019 AEDT
  • Team Kalkine

THC Global Group Limited (ASX: THC) has recently completed its 28th harvest at its Bundy Cultivation Facility, preparing for the first shipment of cannabis plant material to the Southport Facility for its first product validation extraction. On 25 November 2019, the company will start manufacturing Australian medicinal cannabis medicines at the Southport Facility.

Major highlights from the today’s announcement:

  • Harvesting commenced at Bundy Facility to bring cannabis plant material to Southport Facility.
  • THC Global planned cultivation at the Eden Farms facility in coming months, and the cultivation will exceed 1,000,000 cannabis plants globally.
  • The company increased CBD product sales in New Zealand.
  • THC reports more than $3 million unaudited trading revenue for 9 months to Q3 2019 from hydroponics business.
  • The Company expects to commence realising material revenues from its Australian medicinal cannabis activities from early 2020.


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