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Quadron Cannatech Announces First Sale of Mobile Extraction Module

2018-06-07

Vancouver, BC – Quadron Cannatech Corporation (CSE:QCC) (the “Company” or “Quadron”), is pleased to announce that it has completed a sale of its first mobile extraction module to TLC Botanicals Inc. (TLC Botanicals), located in Langley, British Columbia.

TLC Botanicals is a First Nation holistic family-oriented company, working cooperatively with First Nations towards building and operating licensed facilities and providing medical cannabis to both First Nations and conventional patients. Shamans First Choice dispensary, a subsidiary of TLC Botanicals will provide medical cannabis to approved patients in Canada under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR).

Quadron designs, constructs and deploys mobile extraction laboratories to service the cannabis sector. Many growers have limited square footage to build and operate a full extraction and processing facility – Quadron’s mobile extraction system is a state-of-the-art modular, self-contained and fully portable extraction and processing laboratory. Quadron’s mobile units come in different modules to accommodate the specific production needs of the client. Each module offers a scalable controlled-environment, which takes up a limited footprint, and is shipped on-site and installed in less than a day.

Rosy Mondin, CEO of Quadron states, “Through innovative engineering, and by leveraging our extraction and processing knowledge and expertise, we’ve designed a turn-key, drop in place, fully-functioning extraction environment. The end-result is a processing solution that serves a growing demand within the cannabis industry, enabling participants to process plants for terpenes and other cannabis compounds in a safe and professional setting.”


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