American Hemp Processing Announces Design Completion
SACRAMENTO, California – December 10, 2019 /AxisWire/ – American Hemp Processing(AHP) is excited to announce the design completion of their mobile hemp extraction unit. “This is a key step in our production expansion plans that will be completed 1st quarter 2020. At that time, we will be increasing our capacity to over 400,000lbs per month. And the exciting part is we will be able to do this remotely on the farms.” According to Shick Park, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer.
These units bring significant benefits to the farmer, including cost efficiencies, reducing transportation risks, contamination, and degradation. They also increase transparency between AHP and the farmer, something that is critical to the success of their partnerships.
“This is phase 2 of our strategy”, says Andrew Alvarez Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, “Phase 1 was mastering the extraction and remediation process enabling us to create some of the best CBD oil in the industry, and Phase 3 is the roll-out of the mobile extraction units fall of 2020.”
“This caps off a 12 month design process by our engineers and now we go to the assembly phase. These units will take approximately 40 days each to build, and we plan to initially build 3.” Says Co-Founder and CEO Tom Richardson. “This has been a very rewarding journey for us, from meeting farmers all over the country, to government legislators, to fine tuning the extraction process, to meeting other processors and sharing ideas, we feel very confident about the Cannabinoid Sector business.”
About American Hemp Processing – AHP Is an Industrial Hemp Processor Focused on Cannabinoid Extraction, Purification, and Chromatography Isolation. Services and products include : Tolling, Splits, Crude, Distillate, T-Free, Remediation and White Label. They pride themselves on quality, and being able to build win-win relationships with farmers, distributors and end users.