MPX Bioceutical Corporation
MPX Bioceutical Corporation (CSE: MPX) reported its financial results for the second quarter ended on September 30, 2018. MPX recorded revenue of CAD$14.7 million, up from CAD$4.4 million in the same quarter during the previous year. The increase in revenue was attributed to wholesale operations and the company’s management of four cannabis dispensaries in Arizona. Gross profits for the quarter rose by 30.1% to $4.4 million.
The company’s net loss for the quarter rose precipitously to CAD$19.2 million, up CAD$3.9 million in the same period during the previous year. The company attributes its losses to general operations, accretion expense of CAD$1.4 million and costs related to the change in fair value for the Hi-Med Facility and convertible loan for CAD$9.2 million.
“For the second quarter, we again experienced strong growth, with revenue increasing $10.3 million year over year, topping $14.7 million, driven by the strong performance of our Arizona operations and much-improved production from our facility in Nevada,” said W. Scott Boyes, Chairman, President, and CEO of MPX. “We continue to execute upon our aggressive expansion strategy, as demonstrated by the successful openings of the Health for Life dispensaries in Maryland managed by one of MPX’s subsidiaries.”
Plus Products Inc.
The California-based edibles manufacturer, Plus Products Inc. (CSE: PLUS) announced its financial results for the quarter ended on September 30, 2018. Revenue rose to $2.56 million, up 60% over the previous quarter. The company’s loss and comprehensive loss rose to $1.79 million, up from $1.21 million during the same period during the last year.
PLUS ended the quarter with a gross margin of $0.38 million (15%) and $11.1 million in cash on hand. Shortly after the end of the quarter, the company went public and closed a CAD$20 million IPO
“We are pleased that as measured by retail sales in Q3, the PLUS brand is now the leading edibles brand in the largest and most competitive cannabis market in the world, and we look forward to extending the brand beyond California in 2019,” said Jake Heimark, CEO of PLUS.
Emerald Health Therapeutics Inc.
Emerald Health Therapeutics Inc. (TSXV: EMH) reported its financial results for the third quarter ending on September 30, 2018. Revenue for the company rose to $321,070, representing an increase of 51% when compared to the same period in the previous year. Likewise, Emerald Health’s net loss also increased; increasing from $1.9 million in Q3 of 2017 to $6.26 million.
Shortly before the end of the quarter, Emerald Health was chosen as an authorized cannabis supplier by the Newfoundland Labrador Liquor Corporation (NLC), and by the last week of November had completed its first adult-use cannabis shipments to Newfoundland; as well as British Columbia and Labrador.
“As we move forward at this pivotal point of commercial production, we expect our Pure Sunfarms joint venture, Quebec facility, and hemp sourcing agreements to result in significant scaling of production and sales from the fourth quarter onward,” commented Avtar Dhillon, MD, President of Emerald Health.