Afriplex to encourage a sustainable SA cannabis industry at CannaTech Summit

The CannaTech Summit, a prestigious event that drives cannabis industry growth, will be held in Cape Town from 24 to 26 November 2019. This is an African continent first and shows the importance that the industry plays in the South African market. CannaTech is widely recognised as the leading cannabis event globally, bringing together industry leaders from across Africa and the world.

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Wayne Robinson speaker at the Cannatech Summit
Wayne Robinson, Afriplex business development director, will be a speaker in the Master Class panel discussions at the upcoming CannaTech Summit

Afriplex is privileged to be part of this important event, not only as a participant and sponsor, but also having one of the directors as a speaker. Wayne Robinson, Afriplex business development director, will be a speaker in the Master Class panel discussions at 11.30 on Sunday 24 November 2019. The panel discussion will be about the ‘Cannabis Product Development Processes’ and promises to be an insightful discussion about product development in Africa.

Afriplex is a forerunner in the medical cannabis field in South Africa with a strong presence in sub Sahara Africa. It has a fully integrated approach to the cannabis market, offering processing services and manufacturing of cannabis based finished products. It also offers the service of designing and construction of turnkey cultivation and processing facilities based on own technologies.

Afriplex is also a member of the CRI (Cannabis Research Institute of South Africa) and has been nominated as the African laboratory of choice. The CRI leads novel research and development projects in collaboration with international research organisations.

 Sustainable SA cannabis industry

Danie Nel, Afriplex MD, says, ‘Our participation in CannaTech Cape Town is a wonderful opportunity to showcase what Afriplex established over the last 20 years in the botanical extraction and contract manufacturing industry. The prospect to export cultivation and processing technology developed by Afriplex and members of the CRI is being realised at this summit. This exciting opportunity will allow us to contribute to the establishment of a sustainable cannabis industry in Africa.’

We encourage all clients and interested parties to visit our stand at the summit. Our knowledgeable staff will be able to assist with various queries from design and construction of facilities and cultivation sites, to the product development processes for final product realisation. Interested parties can also learn more about the new drug delivery systems that Afriplex is working on to constantly ensure innovation in the cannabis industry.