In this video you will see the progress over the last year at Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC, from planting the first kenaf crops to the harvest. Last year 150 acres were planted, this year 400 acres are being planted. This is over a 160% increase from last year. You will also see some of the […]
Bruce Perlowin, CEO of Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP) was featured on the Uptick radio show with Everett Jolly. In the interview he gives an update on the progress of its multi-purpose industrial hemp decortication plant in Spring Hope, NC, the only one of this magnitude in the U.S.
The plant is ramping up towards production of the first products. In fact, because of the inventory of kenaf warehoused in the decortication plant, sales are already underway. Industrial Hemp Manufacturing LLC (wholly owned subsidiary of Hemp, Inc.) is currently bagging SpillSuck 25 lb. bags and actively making sales. In the recent press release, Hemp, Inc. announced a sale for raw kenaf. DrillWall is another product that will soon be ready for sales.
Bruce also discusses the role the decortication plant plays in the fiber space for large manufacturers who are starting to use hemp. He also talks about the industry and the huge amounts of money involved in the industrial hemp space.
LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Feb 19, 2016) – Hemp, Inc.’s (OTC PINK: HEMP) wholly owned subsidiary, Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC and the North Carolina Industrial Hemp Association (NCIHA) hosted an informational session in coordination with the Hemp Road Trip in the Spring Hope, North Carolina decortication facility on February 15, 2016. The Hemp Road Trip, […]
LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Nov 17, 2015) – Hemp, Inc. (OTC PINK: HEMP) announced today that it has entered into a definitive 5-year term agreement to sell its industrial hemp fiber from its decortication plant in North Carolina to a premium hemp denim apparel company, Hemp Blue. Hemp Blue, Inc. specializes in environmentally friendly clothing and […]
[fusion_text]Update on the Hemp Decorticator Plant with David Schmidt – COO of Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC. and Bruce Perlowin – CEO of Hemp Inc. The hemp decorticator plant is on schedule. The original plant was set up for kenaf processing, but Hemp Inc. sees the plant ultimately as a hemp decorticator as soon as hemp is legal.
Hemp Inc.’s hemp decorticator plant is the largest in N. America. Watch for updates on Hemp Inc.’s hemp decorticator plant.[/fusion_text]
Hemp Inc. reports on the progess of its hemp decortication plant in N. Carolina. Before we process hemp, we will be using kenaf as our first crop to process. By the time we get the bugs worked out, we will be ready to process industrial hemp.
There are more and more states adopting bills in their legislature to allow crops of industrial hemp. The Hemp Inc. decortication plant will be ready to process large scale hemp crops and manufacture valuable industrial products.
Hemp, Inc.’s (OTC:HEMP) decortication line was featured in the June issue of Freedom Leaf Magazine.
Hemp Inc. continues to keep shareholders informed about the progress with the reassembly of the hemp decortication plant in Spring Hill, N. Carolina. The process includes refurbishing the building that houses the Temafa plant. We are using recycled material for the walls from other parts of the plant and also have installed eco-friendly LED lighting in all the buildings.
As of today, the relocation of the plant is on schedule. But Hemp Inc. is prepared for unseen delays that could occur. Industrial Hemp Manufacturing LLC, wholly owned subsidiary of Hemp Inc., owns one of 5 decorticators in the world.
The decortication plant previously processed kenaf, which will be the first crop processed by Hemp Inc. However, as soon as it becomes legal to grow and process hemp in America, we will shift our focus to industrial hemp.
We want to keep our shareholders informed on every step of our progress with the decortication plant in Spring Hill, N. Carolina. So below we are sharing the blueprints to give you an idea of the size of the decortication machinery and our space. The hemp decortication plant will be able to expand as we grow […]
Hemp Inc. has purchased a massive decortication plant and is moving it to a building in Spring Hope, N. Carolina.
The Temafa decorticator is a line of machinery that processes kenaf and hemp stalks to remove the fiber, process it to use in other products such as textiles, car parts like panels and doors, building materials and more. The core of the stalks can be made into industrial products such as loss circulation material and absorbents for oil spills.
Even before hemp is legal, the decorticator will be used to process kenaf – the cousin to hemp. Kenaf produces the same industrial products and it is totally legal. This is an exciting move for Hemp Inc.