CIHC turns wasted biomass from food crops
into high-performance plastics
Adoption of CIHC plastic is driven by demand for lightweight, eco-friendly, high-strength low cost plastics. Initial applications include automotive interior parts.
CIHC makes cost-effective, eco-friendly plastics possible
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.
Richard is a proven business manager in the plastics industry.
He is a technical expert and operates his own plastic lab where he formulates customized compounds and additives. Richard's creations are in use by large manufacturers on all corners of the globe.
Experienced President & CEO with a demonstrated international history of working in the global automotive, plastics and chemical industry expediting digital transformation with smart factory and smart administration.
Ross is a horticulture and agricultural business expert. He has over 20 years of involvement in agriculture and maintains strong relationships with the largest land owners in the North American prairies.
Successfully developed and executed CIHC's product and market development plan. Grew a fruit distribution platform to $50k monthly revenue in 6 months.
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
Director, Research Partnerships & Innovation,
Red River College
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.
CIHC IN THE NEWS
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT IS THE BUSINESS PROCESS?
Pay flax and hemp farmers for the stalks created as a wasted by-product of food crops.
Bales of stalk are stored on the farmers field until they are brought to the facility for processing
Crush / grind / filter / comb / sieve / cut the stalk into fibers, blend the fibers with polymers and produce bio-composite plastic pellets
Sell the pellets to plastic product manufacturers
ARE THERE COMPETITORS?
There are suppliers of hemp fiber bio-composite plastic pellets in Europe:
Faurecia - a multi billion dollar automotive part manufacturer via a joint venture with a french hemp farming and processing company, to form sister companies Automotive Performance Materials and Fiber Research Development
HempFlax: 2 production facilities in Europe
Trifilon: supplier to high performance plastic manufacturers
HOW ARE THE FIBERS PROCESSED?
Mechanically using multiple automated machines
Filtering, sieving, vaccum
Splitting, pulling, straightening
WHEN WILL COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS BEGIN?
It will take 1 year to have the equipment manufactured in Europe
It will take 6 months to ship and install
WHY IS HEMP FIBER BIO-COMPOSITE PLASTIC DESIRABLE?
It is lighter, stronger, more sustainable, and less expensive than traditional plastics.
DOES THE BUSINESS HAVE A MOAT?
Founder and CEO Robert Ziner developed a patent pending system to improve the profitability of the existing, high throughput, automated processing line.
HOW DOES THE PATENT PENDING TECHNOLOGY WORK?
Scanners evaluate characteristics of the material at multiple stages of the production process to increase the quality and consistency of the products supplied to clients.
WHY IS NOBODY DOING THIS IN NORTH AMERICA ALREADY?
Recent improvement in technology improve performance of hemp fiber bio-composite plastic
Incremental improvement of European stalk processing and plastic compounding technology has not been demonstrated to North America.
CAN CIHC'S HEMP PLASTIC BE USED FOR HEMP PLASTIC BOTTLES
Yes! CIHC's plastic pellets can be used to make reusable bottles
CAN YOU HELP MAKE HEMP PLASTIC STRAWS?
Yes. CIHC's large scale, automated fiber processing and pellet manufacturing facility will reduce the cost and make hemp plastic straws more popular.
WHAT ARE THE MOST POPULAR HEMP PLASTIC PRODUCTS?
Hemp plastic car parts, hemp plastic shelves, hemp plastic garbage bins, and hemp plastic packaging.
WHAT IS CIHC'S HEMP PLASTIC
CIHC's hemp plastic is 20% hemp fibers and 80% PP. It is 25% more eco-friendly than talc/PP.
DOES CIHC HAVE A STOCK SYMBOL
CIHC stock is available to investors on wefunder.com, a platform for private and pre-ipo companies
HOW TO START A HEMP PLASTIC BUSINESS?
If you'd like to start a hemp plastic business, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you as much as we can.
IS HEMP PLASTIC BIODEGRADABLE?
CIHC can produce plastic pellets made from flax and hemp fibers, and starch based biodegradable polymers to supply plastic manufacturers with 100% biodegradable plastic.
IS HEMP PLASTIC REAL?
Over 13 million cars have been manufactured using plastic parts made with hemp fiber.
IS HEMP PLASTIC VIABLE?
CIHC's hemp plastic pellet has been verified as cost-effective and viable. Testing included production of plastic parts on commercial production equipment.
HOW IS HEMP PLASTIC MADE
CIHC's hemp plastic is made by blending hemp fibers and polymers in a heated tube and then shaping the mix into pellets which harden as soon as they are cooled. These pellets are then fed into injection molding machines by CIHC's clients.
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