Supply and Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Management -
Hemp Bast Fiber
Hemp Hurd (Core)
American Hemp LLC seeks to grow the North/South Carolina and North American industrial hemp industry through local, regional, and global supply chain development and management.
American Hemp offers processed hemp material that is separated and converted into long hemp bast fibers, short fibers, hurd (core), and dust (fine) that are ready to be purchased by manufacturers and consumers. Hemp fine is the dust particles that arise from the separation of the fiber from the hurd. This fine is available for purchase as an alternative, clean burning energy.
Imagine using products and materials that are created through the annual cultivation of industrial hemp. A brief example of this crop's usefulness is its ability to create a residential and commercial construction material called hempcrete.
We envision an increase in manufacturers that use hemp, the creation of a new commodity trade, and economic humanitarian missions.
Call or email us today if you need bast fibre for textiles or composites, core (hurd) for animal bedding (equine i.e. horse, poultry or chicken, guinea pig, rabbit, etc.) or building materials (hempcrete, fiberboard, insulation), or fine as burnable logs.
American Hemp LLC is a North Carolina industrial hemp supply company primarily aimed at growing the industry internationally and helping pass US legislation on industrial hemp to allow farmers to cultivate it.
American Hemp sees the potential economy the United States has once again as a hemp producing nation, due to its rich farmland. Upon the passing of legislation, American farmers will have a new unsubsidized, profitable crop to grow. Businesses searching for cost-efficient solutions will have the material to move forward. Because of the array of industries hemp can accommodate, there will be a surge of new jobs and technologies created by the utilization of this crop, and further development of the US and global economy.
American Hemp is dedicated to realizing the vision of a society that readily uses natural, efficient crops to reinvigorate rural communities and localize manufacturing.