Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS:HEMP) reported that the firm’s position as a pioneer of hemp manufacturing and production in the U.S. was featured in a The Cannabis Reporter podcast posted on February 23, 2018. As per the update, The Cannabis Reporter conversed with company’s CEO, Bruce Perlowin, about his strong passion for educating and transforming operations in the realm of industrial hemp.
Perlowin discussed the variety of hemp cultivars as well as the types of environmentally-friendly and natural products the firm is making from those plants in its advanced facility in Spring Hope, including Hemp’s Spill-Be-Gone™ and DrillWall™ products. He also highlighted why hemp marks as the new cash plant that is changing the American landscape and the way the firm is committed to empowering small farmers and veterans to reap the benefits of this versatile and lucrative plant.
Hemp reported on January 4, 2018 that the firm was shipping its initial purchase orders of DrillWall™ and Kenaf fiber. Later in the month, the company reported that it had fulfilled its initial buy order for Spill-Be-Gone™, which is part of company’s spill-absorbent product portfolio. Hemp announced on October 24, 2017 that its strategic cultivation associate had closed its final location plan blueprints for its site in Golden Valley.
The CEO of Hemp stated that the company is creating products that can lower toxic waste and offer green solutions for the oil and gas drilling industries. As an environmentally- and socially-conscious firm they have been establishing strategic partnerships that promote veterans, farmers and others to join and get benefit from the hemp movement countrywide.
In the last trading session, the stock price of Hemp gained more than 1% to close the day at $0.0206. The gains came at a share volume of 13.17 million compared to average share volume of 32.09 million.