US: GrowBoxCo changes name to Box4Grow

GrowBoxCo has announced that it has changed its name to Box4Grow. The name change comes in conjunction with a significant expansion of its business that services the cultivation industry for cannabis and other crops.

"Cultivators today face a range of challenges from space limitations and climate change to budget restrictions and maintaining crop quality," said Greg Payne, CEO, and founder of Box4Grow. "Our rapid-to-deploy grow box solutions enable growers to streamline the start-up process and measure time to value in weeks, not months."

Box4Grow designs and retrofits 10-foot, 20-foot, and 40-foot shipping containers and builds flexible modular grow rooms, warehouses, and greenhouses that provide a controlled environment for cultivators regardless of space or climate. The boxes provide the ability to build a uniquely scalable operation for growers of cannabis and other leafy greens, microgreens, and herbs as well as many other crops that fit any grower's specifications.

To meet the rapidly growing needs of its cannabis cultivator customer base, Box4Grow has partnered with an experienced supply chain company to expand production and enable the company to offer customers a choice of container farms, modular system farms, and greenhouses.

"We will continue to produce high quality, affordable growing solutions to our ever-growing customer base including corporations, collectives, dispensaries, and independent growers," said Payne. 

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