CIHC is making plastic lighter, stronger,
lower cost and 100% eco-friendly using
patented automation technology.
Our patented technology enables the production of consistent, to spec outputs.
The patent specifies the implementation of artificial intelligence and spectroscopy to predict the characteristics of fibres within bales of stalk before processing and quantifiably define the qualities of fibres after processing.
SMART STALK SYSTEM: DIGITAL BUSINESS PLATFORM TO MAXIMIZE PROFITS
CIHC has engineered industry 4.0 software specifically for natural fibre processing and secondary production.
It integrates customer and supplier relationship management with production planning, monitoring and control to maximize efficiency of our operations.
And enables trade secret applications of ML, IOT, robotics, virtual reality, and analytics.
Additional benefits include: reduced lead times and lower prices, reduced downtime, easier customization, frictionless communication, more accurate forecasting and seamless data management.
Our Impact on the World
Immediate broad scaling of our technologies and products will significantly increase the replacement of talc, glass fibre, and oil/gas derived manufacturing material with carbon sequestering plant materials and thereby help to preserve the natural world and reduce carbon emissions.
End-users will be able to simultaneously increase their profits, and the desirability of their products.
A new cash crop for farmers in North America, and increased profits for European and Asian farmers.
Consumers globally will benefit from the availability of higher performance, lower cost, more sustainable products.
Over 77 years of combined management experience in agriculture, manufacturing and technology. Qualified experts in hemp fibre, research and development (R&D), industry 4.0 smart factory automation, and business development.
Over 30 years in the building materials distribution and secondary wood processing industries. Founded and operated a public company which acquired three companies and generated $240M a year in sales.
Experienced Business Manager in Plastics Industry.
Strong marketing professional skilled in Plastics Compounding, Rotational Molding, Polymers, Plastics Engineering, and Plastics.
Lead Consulting Engineer
Over 25 years of proven engineering innovation and implementation capabilities. Spent 9 years in charge of hemp fibre technologies at Alberta Research Council.
BOARD OF ADVISORS
CIHC's advisory council consists of leaders in agronomy, technology, automation, manufacturing, supply chain management, product development, management consulting, law, accounting, corporate finance and capital raising.
DR. DENIS RHO
Research Officer, NRC
Inventor of VIS-NIR scanning for fibre analysis
DR. JAN SLASKI
Top hemp genetics and application experts in North America;
President, Honger Innovations and Retired Executive Director,
Composites Innovation Centre
DR. SIMON POTTER
Chief Scientific Officer,
Hemp Genetics International
Bio-resource Engineer, Alberta Ministry of Agricultural and Forestry
Picture is the Alberta Government's hemp processing facility
Owner/Operator, Neveridle Farms, 3300 acre operation
ALTA INJECTION MOULDING
Gerry and Brett Darichuk, leading plastic composite design and prototyping provider in Canada
Leading supplier of large scale, automated hemp and flax stalk processing equipment
Large Canadian manufacturer of extruded plastic products
Leader in artificial intelligence and machine learning
Manufacturer of non-woven hemp composite products
FWS is recognized as Canada’s foremost Ag-Industrial project developer, having designed and constructed well over 200 significant storage/processing facilities.
PAMI (Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute) is an applied research, development, and testing organization.
OUR CURRENT ACTIVITIES
PLASTIC COMPOUND PROCESS DEVELOPMENT AND FULFILLING REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
CIHC is working with the largest plastic manufacturers in Canada to develop optimal processing techniques for our compounds. Also ongoing is the development of MSDS data to fufill regulatory requirements.
TEXTILE PRODUCT & MARKET DEVELOPMENT
With leading textile brands and manufacturers to develop products and markets for bast fibre.
CIHC has been granted land by a town in Alberta, to locate a facility to convert 50,000 tonnes of agricultural waste into a low cost, scalable replacement for plastic.
CIHC plans to build 5 facilities in 5 years and become the leading supplier of large volumes of low cost, quality controlled hemp fibres to large commercial manufacturers in North America.