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brooklyn1955 Member Level  Monday, 07/15/19 08:09:11 AM
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Smart Money or anyone out their with account with ZOOM :::

DO you have access to Zoom info to pull financials numbers/employees for
the Soulshine Development Group or Soulshine Cannabis. I feel they are moving into GRN FUNDS LLC or GRN Holdimgs Corp with filings as another entity. I found last night through a May 24 registration timed on same day at initial agreement to purchase shares from old directors in DCGD. Patrick Wlaznak is the link on both as Governor. Soulshine was per screenshot for being delinquent in filing for 3 months and it seems too coincidental that SOS on SOULSHINE DEVELOPMENT was updated on same day.



As competition heats up, the people behind the smaller, up-and-coming brands are realizing that the only way to keep up is to blend art with automation. The market is moving and changing so fast, and therefore business must be just as quick and nimble. “Whoever automates and scales the fastest is who will win,” Wlaznak says.
At Soulshine, Wlaznak and team built an automated fertigation system themselves. But they’ve found tremendous value in the purchase of a weighing and packaging machine. “When you have people hand packaging, the scales might be off and the variances are unknown,” Wlaznak says. “I don’t know how much I’m losing as there is no way to account for that loss, and that is unacceptable.”

Soulshine bought a machine from Paxiom Group that automates the weighing and packaging process. The machine can measure down to 0.1 g. “It will tell you exactly how much you are over so you can minimize that loss,” Wlaznak says. In addition, the Paxiom software is programmed based on the density of each strain of the cannabis bud and adjusts the machine vibration to ensure the perfect amount of product falls into the hopper. If it’s sticky, for example, it shakes faster.

It’s important for any manufacturer to control the amount of loss, of course, because that means money. Not only did the Paxiom machine cut the packaging time by 30 percent, but Wlaznak estimates that it can save Soulshine about $400,000 a year in product by eliminating hand weighing and small scale errors.

There’s more money to be made with the machine as Soulshine contracts packaging out to other cannabis producers in Washington state. “The machine is so efficient that we can pre-package all of our inventory in four to five days each month, and we are done. The other days of the month we have other growers bring in their inventory and package up their material, paying a contract fee,” Wlaznak says.

Incorporating automation in the operations of a business in an emerging industry is key to success, Tilt’s Harrison contends. From collecting data to understand costs to managing each batch for quality, “it’s about having consistent products that are effective for driving margins and making sure the business is operating at the highest level of safety and standards.”

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