Convectium is the creator of the world's first oil filling machine focused on the cannabis industry that is capable of filling cartridges or disposable vape pens for wholesale distribution to dispensaries. The company's 710Shark and 710Seal system can fill and package up 100+ cartridges or disposable vape pens in 30 seconds, making it the fastest filling and sealing system of its kind.
Convectium operates a B2B equipment division in addition to its legacy B2C products. The proprietary equipment is solely distributed by EquipCanna.com, the Convectium B2B brand. Based on its market position and increasing demand for its products and services, Convectium forecasts revenues for 2017 at $3.5 million, an increase of 150% compared to revenue of $1.4 million for 2016.
Convectium ships its consumer brands to over 52 countries. The company's line of B2C brands include BlackoutX as well as HazeSticks, inspired by the Jimi Hendrix Cannabis Collection.
"To say we are excited about this opportunity is an understatement," states SinglePoint CEO, Greg Lambrecht. "Convectium's 710Shark and 710Seal system is incredible, and its capabilities are unmatched. After looking at hundreds of cannabis companies, finding an acquisition opportunity like we have found in Convecitum adds a new dynamic to our endeavors and the cannabis industry as a whole."
Per the LOI, SinglePoint will pay Jacksam a stock and cash consideration totaling $800,000. The transaction is expected to accelerate SinglePoint's existing presence in the cannabis industry - established by its SingleSeed subsidiary - while creating another avenue of participation in the "Green Rush" of the multi-billion dollar cannabis industry.
"We are excited to enter into an agreement with SinglePoint, one of the leading and most visionary publicly traded cannabis companies in the market. Paired with our proprietary technology and commitment to the future of the infrastructure of the cannabis industry, Convectium and SinglePoint are creating a unique business dynamic with incredible potential," says Danny Davis, managing partner at Convectium.