CannaPharmaRx, Inc. (OTC PINK:CPMD), a future leader in ultramodern, highly efficient cannabis production facilities in Canada, announced today the hiring of three key personnel to accelerate their business model.
Jeremy Metro was hired as the head grower for CannaPharmaRx to begin growing for the company immediately. Mr. Metro has extensive knowledge of all aspects of cannabis cultivation and production. His background includes construction and operation of MMAR/ACMPR medical cannabis production sites, consulting on plant health, integrated pest management, and genetics. Jeremy studied horticulture at Mohawk College in Ontario and IPM at Lakeland College in Alberta. Jeremy has several years of experience as a commercial Master Grower for EUGMP certified production and holds records for yield and potency in his EU exported cultivars.
Jason Buxton is the new Quality Manager for the CannapharmaRx Cremona AB facility. Jason is a graduate of the Chemical Engineering Technology program at Loyalist College. Before joining, Mr. Buxton worked in quality departments in the cannabis industry for Aurora Enterprises and Sundial Growers. Mr. Buxton oversaw most aspects of quality systems to ensure product quality, safety, and compliance. During his time within Aurora, his responsibilities were product specifications, investigations of out-of-specification results, raw material, and final product inspections, along with developing procedures to ensure product quality. While at Sundial, Jason was leading a team in charge of the quality system. Some of the responsibilities during his time at Sundial were investigating deviations, overseeing all change controls, reviewing all complaints, developing a CAPA program, and implementing an eQMS system. Prior to joining the cannabis industry, Jason had fifteen years of experience in the environmental laboratories industry, working for Caduceon Enterprises and Bureau Veritas (formerly Maxxam Analytics). Starting out in this industry, Jason focused on analytical chemistry and learned many different inorganics and organic testing procedures. For the last eight years in this industry, he has been in management. This is where he learned the importance of a good quality system that is integral to the company providing a product or a service to internal and external customers. Jason also worked at CDC Bottling and Unilever (Formerly Lipton). During his tenure at these companies, Jason learned many aspects of quality testing of food products and bottled water. Primarily responsible for in-house testing to ensure products meet product specifications.
CannapharmRx has hired Rob Osterdal as head of security at the Cremona Facility. Rob is a Journeyman Red Seal Millwright with over 25 years of experience in various industries. Mr. Osterdal has spent six years as the General Manager for Aurora Cannabis, helping improve the quality, potency, and yield of the product. He also exported mostly to the EU under a GMP license.
About CannapharmaRx, Inc.
CannapharmaRx is focused on the acquisition and development of state-of-the-art cannabis growth facilities in Canada. CPMD is in discussions with other companies regarding potential acquisitions. CannapharmaRx’s business strategy is to become a leader in the high-quality and low-cost production of cannabis through the development, acquisition, and enhancement of existing facilities. CannapharmaRx is committed to operating high-quality facilities utilizing the latest technology in combined heat and power generation to ensure we are a low-cost producer of cannabis.
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