MJIC said its superhighway would make a framework to legally transport, convey and sell cannabis in the midst of controls that hamper the supply network.

MJIC Inc., a pot distributor, building a “cannabis superhighway” in California, is arranging a Canadian posting before the finish of February.

The organization, situated in Commerce, close Los Angeles, plans to sell shares on the Canadian Securities Exchange using a turn around takeover, Chief Executive Officer Sturges Karban said in a phone meeting. MJIC has contracted Haywood Securities Inc. to distinguish a Canadian shell organization to empower the arrangement.

“Our timeline of events to break through to that point is most likely another 30 to 45 days or so,” he said. Karban declined to state the amount MJIC hopes to raise yet said the posting would be trailed by an “a lot more extensive, bigger offering.”

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MJIC said its superhighway would make the framework to legally transport, disseminate and sell marijuana in the midst of shrubbery of controls that hamper the business production chain. At present, a licensed producer can’t legally carry his product to his own authorized extraction facility over the road without contracting a licensed wholesaler, as indicated by Karban. The organization is getting many licenses, trucks, and warehouses over the state to manufacture a legitimate passageway for cannabis extending from San Diego to Oakland.

MJIC is part of a surge by U.S. pot organizations to tap the general population advertises in Canada, where cannabis is lawful. The federal ban in the U.S. has made raising local capital precarious there because most banks and expansive institutional financial specialists stay on the sidelines.

“Canada extensively is the Silicon Valley of this industry,” said Karban, a Harvard-educated former investment banker.

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“There is no Sand Hill street in the U.S. to go to pitch your organization,” he stated, alluding to the focal point of investment business in the U.S. “Extremely, the place that you go now in Canada.”

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