Louisville, Ky, April 9, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Hemp Technology Inc. (OTC: CPOW) CEO Michael Shenher announced that the company has forged a clear path forward.
Hemp Technology Inc., formerly Clean Power Concepts, established its roots in 2010 as a leading ancillary bio-oil extraction refinery. It was in this pursuit that HempTech defined itself and transitioned into a leading value-added agricultural technology company. HempTech will utilize it’s extraction technologies expertise to produce hemp-based CBD isolates, water soluble, and Nano formulations – maximizing value from the plant. Hemp Tech is striving to become the largest vertically-integrated producer, manufacturer, and distributor of hemp-derived high-value phytocannabinoids in the world. We are a B2B, bulk and wholesale supplier of hemp-derived CBD isolate to serve the rapidly growing market.“With our expertise in extraction, and President Chad Costa’s strong background in bringing innovative products to market we believe HempTech has a bright future” said Michael Shenher, CEO.
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