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Green Mill Supercritical announces leasing and financing program


PITTSBURGH, PA, APRIL 29th, 2020 — Green Mill Supercritical is making it more convenient than ever for labs to achieve the highest level of control over CO₂ extraction results, through a new machine financing and leasing program. 

“In these challenging times, financing can enable businesses to survive and thrive,” said Wes Reynolds, president and CEO of Green Mill. “We want to save people from having to choose between meeting their budget and achieving the highest levels of precision, versatility, and efficiency possible.”

New equipment is often the most substantial capital investment an extraction business will make. Green Mill’s program makes the acquisition fast, easy, and economical. Whether the business needs to expand upon current capacity or replace outdated equipment, Green Mill will customize a solution that works best.

“Our supercritical CO₂ extraction systems already allow you to start at the scale you need with room to grow organically as demand increases,” said Green Mill Head of Sales, Michelle Jun. “Now, with financing and leasing, we can help on the cash-flow front as well.”

Green Mill’s partner in the program is Xtraction Services. Founded in 2017, they have worked with cannabis and hemp equipment manufacturers, cultivators, and processors across the U.S. with their equipment needs.

“We’re excited to work with the Green Mill team,” said Xtraction Services Client Services Manager Ken Senter. “We hold our Preferred Vendors to a higher standard of customer service and support, which Green Mill demonstrates consistently.”

As an Xtraction Services Preferred Vendor, Green Mill will provide its customers with the following:

  • Simplified process and fast approval time
  • Industry expertise
  • Direct lending
  • Convenient payment options

A simple assessment form online starts the approval process.

About the company

Green Mill Supercritical always aims to push CO₂ beyond known limits, promising the most control over pressure, temperature, and flow rate of any system on the market today. In today’s leaner, smarter marketplace, Green Mill offers more value than ever.

Our extensive background in the engineering of CO2-based extraction and chromatography equipment, plus robust, proprietary software, set us apart in the market. Together, they provide instrumentation-grade, data-driven accuracy, and totally automated system operation. 

Green Mill Supercritical is the choice of quality-focused operations seeking maximum control over their extraction results.

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