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New Client Alert!!!

AGORACOM Welcomes TransCanna (TCAN:CSE) Developing The Largest Multi-Purpose Cannabis Facility in California

  • $2M CAD Revenue April 2020
  • $24.6M CAD Revenue Run Rate solely from TransCanna test facility
  • $90M Annual Revenue expected from first full year upon completion of 196,000 Sq Ft Daly facility Q3 2021
  • Daly facility will be one of the largest cannabis facilities in California
  • Recently acquired two California companies,
    • High-end award winning edible producer Soldaze
    • Premium indoor cultivator and distributer Lyfted Farms
  • Lyfted Farms products sold in select Cookies Locations - The most recognizable name in high-end Cannabis.
  • 2019 California Cannabis sales over $3B, industry currently fragmented
  • Direct to dispensary model, cutting out the middleman

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Message: Titomic Agreement

Mr. Pascali, 

I read the attached article, and must admit I was disappointed to see AP&C signed with  Titomic. Given the size and capacity of their printers I had hoped Pyro would have become a supplier. The previous financials showed a small amount of revenue to Australia and my hope was that this was a trial shipment to either Titomic or Aurora Labs. 

https://www.tctmagazine.com/3d-printing-news/ap-and-c-titanium-powders-titomic/

(Now for the question, I know you won’t speak to specifics clients or shipments, so I will ask it in more general terms.)

If NexGen is that much more economical than the old process used by AP&C, why would a potential client choose AP&C powder over NexGen? 

I’m hoping you can provide some insight. 

As always thank you for your time. 

Sincerely, 

HK 

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