Seedo, the tech firm known for its fully-automated grow device for medical cannabis, announced that it has opened a logistics warehouse and customer service center near the Dutch city of Rotterdam that will begin serving as its EU distribution hub.
Seedo developed a fully automated and controlled indoor growing machine, (resemblant of a mini-fridge) for pesticide-free agriculture markets with a first focus on cannabis but with wider applications.
Earlier this year, Seedo began supplying its pre-sale units to customers in California.
“We are thrilled to have our EU distribution hub now operational with deliveries beginning in the coming days,” said Seedo CEO Zohar Levy in a statement. “We plan to continue to optimize our supply-chain protocols, improving after-sale customer service, while developing new sales market opportunities.”
In March, the company partnered with Kibbutz Dan in northern Israel to build a containerized cannabis farm
Founded in 2013, Seedo is headquartered in Haifa. In September 2018, the startup raised $2 million from Cannabics Pharmaceuticals, a US-Israeli company that develops personalized cannabinoid medicine focused on cancer and its side effects. Other investors include SodaStream CEO Daniel Birnbaum, who oversaw the acquisition of the sparkling water company by PepsiCo for over $3 billion last year.