The GreenBroz Dry Trimmer is Making Sales Simmer

GreenBroz Trimmer

With money in the bank for the first time since starting the company in 2012, GreenBroz has set its sights on defining the future of finishing the cultivation process on a commercial basis. Although their current product mix serves the needs of the cannabis producing community, Cullen and his team is working diligently on manufacturing processes and product quality standards that yet to exist in the cannabis space that they rightly anticipate will govern their business in the not too distant future.

Founder and CEO Cullen Raichart and his team are currently shipping about 20 units a month of the commercial dry trimmer and the standard dry trimmer. Their goal in the next 18 months is to add a turn key machine that will take the machine trimmed finished product and bag it, tag it, and test it to go with food-safe precision. He expects to capture a significant part of the market for this new equipment which will be by far the largest ticket item that GreenBroz offers (think in the $500k arena).

Read Rob Meagher’s “Look Out John Deere, Here Comes GreenBroz”:

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