McapMediaWire -- Software Effective Solutions, (OTC: SFWJ) (“The Company”, “SFWJ”) dba MedCana, is a global holding company focused on acquiring and developing companies in the cannabis industry with initial focus in Central and South America, announces today that MedCana has commenced the construction of infrastructure for its five cannabis production companies located in Colombia. The first phase of the infrastructure development project will involve the construction of roads and the preparation of installation for water tanks and rainwater collection systems.
Last week, earth moving machinery was put into action to create access to all five companies, covering 100 acres of land. Fencing and delimitation of the individual companies have been completed, and the focus has shifted towards ensuring stable roads and managing water runoff to capture rainwater and prevent property erosion due to the high volume of rainwater.
J. Gabriel Diaz, CEO of MedCana states: “MedCana is committed to collecting and utilizing rainwater for the irrigation of all production for the five companies. With an average rainfall of 29 inches, water can quickly become a problem, washing away roads and causing damage to greenhouses. This is why the first phase of the project is of utmost importance.”
ABOUT SFWJ: Software Effective Solutions/MedCana is a global infrastructure and holding company in the cannabis industry. Currently, MedCana has five companies focused on pharmaceutical cannabis production, one software company focused on managing processes for plant-to-patient operations. The recent acquisition an irrigation and greenhouse technology company has rounded out MedCana’s portfolio of companies. MedCana's initial focus is on developing clients and companies in Latin America with an initial focus in Colombia and partnerships with laboratories, research facilities, and hospitals throughout the world.
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Jose Gabriel Diaz, CEO