Leading cannabis solutions company meets region’s expansion demands with Long Beach hub
LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)– ManifestSeven (or “M7” and formerly known as MJIC), California’s first integrated omnichannel platform for legal cannabis, today announced that it has been granted a temporary license by the State of California Bureau of Cannabis Control in connection with its distribution facility in Long Beach, California.
The Long Beach facility will serve as ManifestSeven’s Southern California distribution hub, allowing the Company to expand into several of the state’s largest metropolitan markets, including Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego. The facility will link with the Company’s licensed cannabis distribution, manufacturing, and delivery operations located in Northern California, allowing M7 to efficiently address the distribution needs of cannabis businesses throughout the state.
“Our new Long Beach facility is an important strategic milestone for our business,” said Pierre Rouleau, ManifestSeven’s Chief Operating Officer. “It will allow us to service for our distribution clients throughout Southern California, from San Diego to the desert, and it will integrate with our statewide infrastructure to facilitate a seamless customer experience across distribution, manufacturing, and delivery of compliant cannabis products and services.”
M7 plans to commence operations at the Long Beach facility upon completing a minor build-out program, expected to be finalized in April 2019, and the completion of final inspections and issuance of a municipal license by the City of Long Beach.
The Long Beach facility complements ManifestSeven’s recently licensed facilities in Brisbane and Oakland, through which the Company will serve distribution clients and delivery customers throughout Northern California.
ManifestSeven, or “M7” and formerly known as MJIC, is the first integrated omnichannel platform for legal cannabis, merging compliant distribution with a retail superhighway. The Company, based in Commerce, California, services the needs of lawful operators across the supply chain, from the cultivator to the consumer, through an expansive network of seven facilities stretching from the San Francisco Bay Area to San Diego. ManifestSeven further augments its business-to-business value proposition with a growing portfolio of owned and operated retail operations located in major metro markets, including brick-and-mortar dispensaries, local on-demand delivery services, e-commerce and subscription offerings. To learn more, please visit: www.manifest7.com
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