TransCanna (TCAN.C) made it abundantly clear Monday there will be no post-independence day hangover at the Canadian cannabis producer. The company not only laid out its five-phase growth strategy – the highlights from its recent investor call – but also announced the acquisition of a California-based marketing firm.
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On June 3, 2019 TransCanna (TCAN.C) announced that its 100% owned subsidiary, TCM Distribution has received an adult-use cannabis manufacturing permit and an adult-use cannabis distribution permit from the City of Adelanto, CA (pop. 30,000).
TransCanna Holdings (TCAN.C) is executing its non-binding LOI to acquire the assets and business of Lyfted Farms, a vertically integrated cannabis company in California.
On May 15, 2019 TransCanna (TCAN.C) announced an L.O.I with Tres Ojos Naturals, to acquire the branding asset package, Soldaze, which produces cannabis-infused fruit snacks in California.
Transcanna Holdings (TCAN.C) has applied for a permanent manufacturing, distribution and transportation license with the city of Adelanto, California.
This week has been a big one in the cannabis sector. In this edition of Equity.Guru’s cannabis roundup, we’ll be covering the latest news from Livewell (LVWL.V), TransCanna (TCAN.C), Ascent Industries, The Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD.T) and iAnthus (IAN.C).
TransCanna Holdings (TCAN.C) closed a deal for a land, building and asset package in Northern California for USD$15 million today.
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