Medical Marijuana Greenhouse Holds Job Fair

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The AMMCan greenhouses during construction, in Kincardine. The construction project began June 1, 2014 and is expected to be completed in December. The project has cost about $4.5 million.

AMMCan will hold a job fair this weekend to hire staff for its medical marijuana greenhouse, which will soon begin operations in Kincardine.

‘This project began early spring and the final stages of construction begin in December,’ says President of AMMCan, Peter Herburger. ‘Before two years, we’ll have everything online, with a total of 340 000 square feet.’

‘Our team in Kincardine has kept this large and complex project running smoothly and on track,’ says CEO David Stadnyk of Supreme Pharmaceuticals, which owns AMMCan.  ‘The skill with which they’ve handled this project confirms my conviction that we have the right team assembled to run operations on the ground.’

‘The Greenhouse provides AMMCan with the ability to produce high-quality medical marijuana grown with all the benefits of natural sunlight as well as the efficiencies of a modern, commercial greenhouse,’ says the There are four phases of the production development and with every phase they will need to hire approximately 25 people.company’s website. ‘By producing medical marijuana in a greenhouse, AMMCan is able to take advantage of the full spectrum solar energy provided by the sun, while reducing the economic and environmental costs of producing medical marijuana solely with artificial lighting.’

‘Right now at this job fair, (we’re looking for) about 20 positions,’ says Herburger. ‘To fill some management, but also to hire in each department three or four people. And that’s how we’ll start. Then comes May and we’ll have to add on more positions.’

There are four phases of the production development and with every phase they will need to hire approximately 25 people. The facility in Kincardine began its construction June 1 of this year and has cost about $4.5 million.

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Contractors looking over the blue prints for the Kincardine Medical Marijuana Greenhouse.

‘The point where we are today is only because we were able to have the support of Kincardine,’ says Herburger. ‘All the contractors are fantastic, and the City and town planning. They were like a dream come true to work with.’

The job fair will be held 1:30pm-4:00pm, this Saturday, November 15 at Kincardines’ Best Western.

Interested applicants may forward their resumes to jobswalkerton@vpi-inc.com and visit www.supreme.ca/our-supreme-greenhouse to learn more about the greenhouse.

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