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TRiQ Inc. Enters Development Alliance to Offer Advanced Greenhouses in the Legal Marijuana Industry

TRiQ Inc., a Leading Supply Chain Solution Provider for the Legal Marijuana Industry, Larssen LTD and Mountain High Greenhouse Construction LLC Have Formed the TRiQ Development Alliance to Design, Engineer, Build and Outfit State-of-the-Art Cannabis Produ

UKIAH, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/07/14 -- TRiQ Inc., with over 60 years of combined commercial cannabis production experience, has entered into an alliance with Larssen LTD, a Danish company whose professional engineers have 25+ years experience in the greenhouse industry, and Mountain High Greenhouse Construction LLC, a U.S. company whose 25 years of success in greenhouse construction spans the globe.

Together, this dynamic team offers the most technologically-advanced greenhouses in the world.

Larssen LTD Founder Thomas Larssen states, "At Larssen LTD we work with the top growers and crop consultants in the world when designing facilities for vegetables and potted plant production. We are thrilled to have found the same level of quality, enthusiasm and knowledge in our work with TRiQ concerning cannabis projects."

"We at Mountain High look forward to constructing leading-edge greenhouses with the frontrunner of the cannabis industry, TRiQ," states Mountain High Greenhouse Construction LLC Founder Gill van der Drift.

The TRiQ Development Alliance has already created the first of its kind full canopy system for cannabis greenhouses. It consists of a balanced hoist gutter system that optimizes the use of space, energy, labor and more.

The Alliance designs cannabis greenhouses with automated systems and mechanization integrated with TRiQsoft software to form a lean process that greatly reduces labor cost and allows for the management of much larger greenhouse operations. Environmental controls that maintain a low humidity level and a blackout fabric curtain system helps growers to maximize crop yields, conserve water, save energy and meet stringent industry requirements.

TRiQ Inc. plans to increase its presence in the greenhouse design and outfitting sector of the cannabis industry. TRiQ Inc. CEO and Founder Matt Cohen states, "TRiQ's alliance with Larssen LTD and Mountain High Greenhouse Construction was inspired by a need to offer our clients the best possible solutions for their legal cannabis production facilities worldwide. When talking to Thomas and Gill, I realized that they have experience the cannabis industry has yet to see. We are proud that they consider TRiQ to be the right partner. Our combined experience, knowledge, and resources make for the optimal cannabis industry development team."

You can read more about TRiQ Development Alliance greenhouses in the TRiQ Inc. 2014 Catalog.

About TRiQ Inc.:

TRiQ Inc. is the leading innovator of equipment and technologies for the modern cannabis cultivation, processing and manufacturing industry worldwide. The mission of the Company is to provide whole system solutions through cutting edge technology and cannabis consulting services. The Company partners with the best and most experienced experts in the field.

Learn more by visiting http://www.triqsystems.com/.

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