• The cutting-edge facility would also be housing a completely certified production laboratory with an extensive production capacity.

  • The company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, La Finca, would be overseeing the facility’s construction.

Chemesis International Inc. (Chemesis), an innovative first-mover of the cannabis industry, has reportedly announced that it would be constructing a cutting-edge GMP-Certified extraction facility in Bogota, Colombia.

Reports cite, the planned extraction facility would also be housing a certified production laboratory that would boast of a massive production capacity for international as well as domestic markets.

According to a report by Financial Buzz, the company has an excellent track record of operating & constructing compliant extraction laboratories across a plethora of international markets. Chemesis would further be leveraging its first-mover advantage in the South American nation, which presently lacks certified extraction facilities. Meanwhile, La Finca would be continuing to add to its existing 1,060-acre cultivation land as the construction activities commence on the newly planned processing facility.

Reports claim, the firm also announced that the La Finca unit has recently obtained a Seed Producer License, the company had a verification visit from the Colombian Ministry of Agriculture (ICA) where the unit showcased full-compliance with all the requirements of infrastructure & regulations to be awarded the license.

The Chief Executive Officer of Chemesis International, Edgar Montero stated that the company is thrilled with La Finca and the amount of progress it has made in such a short span of time. Montero further stated that the certified extraction facility would be allowing the organization to serve both international & domestic markets with a plethora of finished goods for the company’s third-party & in-house brands.

According to the ICA regulations, La Finca would be working towards additional agronomic evaluations’ completion. Once completed, the firm would be allowed to begin large-scale commercial cultivations in different areas across the nation.

Reportedly, further details pertaining to the Colombia construction & operations would be unveiled in near future.