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ABOUT US

Canadian Industrial Hemp Corporation. (“CIHC” or “Company”), was established to convert agricultural waste into low cost, high performance replacement material for plastic and bentonite clay - both significant contributors to environmental pollution. The company has developed patent pending technology to introduce automated quality control to the decortication industry.


The business was founded in 2016 by Robert Ziner, CEO. The business currently employs a Business Development Professional, an engineering consultancy and an experienced European hemp fibre production facility manager. Company has developed key strategic partnerships with private and governmental organizations, as well as a strong advisory board. The company has raised funds from the government of Alberta.  A federal program has advised of eligibility for a $US 8M repayable contribution towards the development of CIHC's first facility.


CIHC’s patent-pending technology integrates proven large-scale European hemp stalk processing (“decortication”) equipment with proven advanced manufacturing technologies to increase margins.

(All figures in $US)

 

HEMP FIBRE PRODUCTS AND MARKETS

Kitty Litter: Estimated $1.3B market. Ultra-low cost natural, high performance alternative to bentonite clay.

Bio-pellets for plastic: Estimated $7B market with applications in construction materials, automobile and aerospace industries. Compared to pure plastics, hemp is lighter, stronger, moldable, impact resistant and lower in cost.

Bio-fibers: Estimated $3.5B market with applications in textile (synthetic fibres), industrial, plastics, automobile and electronics industries. Compared with other fibers, hemp is lighter, stronger, fire resistant and lower in cost.

 

CIHC'S FACILITY

CIHC'S PLAN

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.

In Canada last year 400,000 tonnes of hemp and flax stalk were disposed of. CIHC could convert 400k tonnes of wasted stalk into $400M.

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. 

 

CIHC'S STRATEGIC PARTNERS

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CRETES

Leading supplier of large scale, automated hemp and flax stalk processing equipment

VISION EXTRUSIONS

Large Canadian manufacturer of extruded plastic products

SIGHTLINE INNOVATION

Leader in artificial intelligence and machine learning

 

BIOCOMPOSITES GROUP

Manufacturer of non-woven hemp composite products

FWS

FWS is recognized as Canada’s foremost Ag-Industrial project developer, having designed and constructed well over 200 significant storage/processing facilities.

COMPOSITES INNOVATION CENTRE

The Composites Innovation Centre Manitoba Inc. (CIC) is a not-for-profit corporation that supports and stimulates economic growth through innovative research, development and the application of composite materials and technologies for manufacturing industries.

 

THE CIHC TEAM

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.

ROBERT ZINER

Founder & CEO

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.

WADE CHUTE, TECHFIBRE INDUSTRIES

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.

T.B.A

Manager of operations

Experienced manager of large European hemp fibre production operation.

 

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.

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DR. DENIS RHO

Research Officer, NRC

Inventor of VIS-NIR scanning for fibre analysis

DR. JAN SLASKI

Principal Researcher,
Innotech Alberta

Top hemp genetics and application experts in North America;

DR. JIANBO LU

Bio-resource Engineer, Alberta Ministry of Agricultural and Forestry

Long-time researcher of hemp-based bio-composite formulation and production parameters.

 
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SEAN MCKAY

Executive Director,
Composites Innovation Centre

DR. SIMON POTTER

Chief Scientific Officer,
Genome Prairie

GARRY MEIER

President, 
Hemp Genetics International

 
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CLARENCE SHWALUK

Director, Farm Operations at Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods

ROD LANIER

Owner/Operator, Neveridle Farms, 3300 acre operation

GERRY AND BRETT DARICHUK

Principles, Alta Injection Moulding

 

PATH FORWARD

Canadian Facility Capital Raise: $28M

CIHC's business plan was qualified by Agriinovates Canada, a federal program for an $8M repayable loan for the development of the Canadian facility.

The Business Development Bank of Canada verbally commited to supplying CIHC with $4.5M of debt financing.

Robert Ziner, the founder and 100% shareholder in CIHC, has committed $2.5M.

Friends, family and strategic investors have committed $2.9M

CIHC is currently in discussion with UHNW, institutional and strategic investors to raise $10M to fully capitalize CIHC

 

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