Software Effective Solutions, (OTC: SFWJ) (“The Company”, “SFWJ”) doing business as MedCana, is pleased to announce that one of its subsidiaries in Colombia will begin full-scale production of non-THC cannabis for export to Europe in response to high demand in the area. This expansion comes after the successful completion of full crop cycle testing and infrastructure development.
The company’s decision to enter the European market is driven by the region’s increasing demand for high-quality, non-THC cannabis products. The production will be in accordance with European Union regulations and the company will be working with its experienced team of agricultural engineers and chemists in Colombia to ensure that the products meet the highest standards.
“We are excited to announce our first run at full scale production with one of our companies, which is a key part of our growth strategy,” said J. Gabriel Diaz CEO of Medcana “Our team has worked diligently to develop a cultivation and production process that ensures the highest quality of non-THC cannabis. We see this as a great first step in execution, which is the most important objective in our company now.”
The subsidiary will begin full-scale production in the next 60 days and is expected to start exporting to Europe in the coming months.
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