Allows for Increases in Private Label and Direct-to-Consumer
HICKSVILLE, NY, Nov. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWire — Can B Corp. (OTCQB: CANB) (“Can B” or the “Company”), a diversified health and wellness company, is pleased to announce the installation of new high-speed equipment to expand production at its Pure Health Products (“PHP”) facility in Lacey, Washington.
The new production line equipment increases capacity by 8,000 units per day and adds speed and efficiency with automated processes. Upgrading from manual to automated equipment for tinctures, salves, cryogels, and massage oils greatly increase the production output by over three hundred percent (300%). The increase in capacity enables the Company to expand its capabilities in private label and direct-to-consumer.
Marco Alfonsi, Can B’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “We are pleased to announce that phase two of upgrading the manufacturing capacity is nearly complete. The final equipment has been fully tested and installed in our Lacey, Washington facility’s production cleanroom. This upgrade allows Pure Health Products to produce up to 10,000 units a day of bottles, tinctures, salves, lotions, or creams combined. The plant capacity will allow a potential bottling production of $40 million in sales at wholesale price.”
Shanghai Panda Intelligent Machinery Co. was charged with the task of building a custom bottling line, designed by David Posel, Chief Scientist of PHP. The bottling line features two independent main bottling machines that merge into a single shrink-film machine and heat-shrink tunnel. The machines and layout were designed specifically with the needs of producing the CBD industry’s core retail products in mind. This custom triple bottling line with unified shrink tunnel will fill, cap, label, and shrink band all products including droppers, sprays, salves, lotions, creams, capsules, and cryogels. The main tincture and spray bottling line and the bottling line that fills the larger lotions, salves, and creams are now fully operational and on-line.
The new Capsule Pouch Packing Machine was custom configured and manufactured by Ming Yue Packaging Machinery Co. to allow PHP to produce single-use packs of their popular capsule recipes, and custom or white-label products from 1 capsule to 12 capsules in each 3×3 inch retail pouch. This machine features a custom configured dual capsule feeding system, which allows two independently controlled precision capsule feeders to deposit into the same retail pouch. This uniquely allows PHP to produce any configuration of two different capsule blends in the same unit with up to 12 total capsules.
This concept gives PHP the leading edge in first-to-market packaging as no competitor has utilized this method to-date. The lot and expiration numbers are heat-stamped onto the edge of each packet to ensure proper consumer quality standards. This custom dual-feed packaging machine is rated to produce up to 10,000 packets per day.
About Can B Corp.
Can B Corp. (OTCQB: CANB) is a Health & Wellness company providing the highest quality cannabidiol (CBD) products under the brands of Canbiola, Seven Chakras, NuWellness, Pure Leaf Oil, and Duramed. Can B utilizes multi-channel distribution to reach consumers, including medical facilities, doctor offices, retailers, online and direct. Can B is also an exclusive partner of the LifeGuard® Brand in developing a line of consumer products. The Company is also launching Super Foods, a line of nutritional supplements. Can B Corp. owns and operates an R&D and production facility in Lacey, WA, and Green Grow Farms, a licensed hemp grow and cultivation in New York. To learn more about Can B Corp. and our comprehensive line of high-quality CBD products, please visit: Canbiola.com and www.CanBCorp.com, follow Can B Corp on Instagram and Facebook, or visit one of the 1,000+ retail outlets that carry Can B Corp. products.
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