Perfect Plants

Perfect Plants

Nedcann has exclusive cooperation with this world-renowned company known for their high quality and extremely wide range of Medical Cannabis strains.

With over 40 years of biogenetics experience in the global tissue culture industry, Perfect Plants currently produces over 30 million plant & tissue culture products per year for over 100 customers. With their experience and commitment to NAK and Naktuinbouw Elite Certification, they work with their clients to create clean (virus & bacteria free) certified products so they can meet planned production timelines & quantities.

Core customers have stayed with for many years, most starting small and growing exponentially. They ensure clients have the right varieties of plants & genetics so that together they can successfully increase the product supply to meet growing demands.

University in Skopje; Faculty of Pharmacy

The Faculty of Pharmacy at the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje is the highest educational, scientific and health institution in the field of pharmacy in the Republic of Macedonia. It is located in the center of Skopje within the complex “Clinical Center Majka Tereza” (within the Medical University Campus) and it extends over a total area of ​​3000 m2 where are incorporated: five institutes, seven centers, 11 laboratories, three amphitheatres, e-library and administrative department.

Agricultural Institute

We are in the process of signing a MOA for cooperation in which this government institute certifies our plants and propagation materials.


Supply innovative and sustainable stone wool growing media solutions for the professional horticultural sector, based on Precision Growing principles. Sustainability plays a prominent role within Grodan, from the manufacture of stone wool substrates to end-of-life solutions. Grodan is founded in 1969 and active in more than seventy countries worldwide. The head office is located in Roermond, the Netherlands.


Koppert Biological Systems produces sustainable cultivation solutions for food crops and ornamental plants. Together with growers and in partnership with nature, they work to make agriculture and horticulture healthier, safer, more productive and resilient. Koppert achieves this by using natural enemies to combat pest infestations, bumblebees for natural pollination, and biostimulants that support and strengthen the crops both above and underground. Restoring and protecting vital ecosystems in a natural way is the basis for healthy crops and a balanced environment.

Add their quality know-how and consultancy services to this and you will understand why an increasing number of growers regards Koppert as a partner with whom they can realize their ambitions.


PPG Cleanrooms (POLI PANEL GROUP CO) is a specialist in Cleanroom Technology, with offices in Turkey, Macedonia and Slovenia, with over 200 skilled employees. They are a general Turn-Key Cleanroom Contractor and Leading Partner for every aspect of such projects.

The company has  over 30 years experience in Cleanroom Design, Construction, Installation and Validation. They work with the most advanced Cleanroom Technologies.


Horticentar Adria DOO is a regional representative of its parent companies – KG GREENHOUSES BV and Balkan Greenhouse DOO . They are an authorised importer and distributor of Dutch premium mineral fertilisers manufactured by Van Iperen International BV , as well as Belgian organic fertilisers manufactured by Fertikal BV .


We are aiming to collaborate with Wageningen University & Research (WUR) in Holland in order to contribute for the innovations in optimum growing.

   KG Systems

KG Systems has been active for more than 20 years with a team packed with experience (almost 50 years) in the field of grow tables, grow table systems and internal transport systems. The organization originated from the company Kees Greeve Tuinbouwprojecten B.V., an organization which has been a well-known name in the realization of complete horticultural projects for almost half a century. From this operation two organizations emerged: KG Systems and KG Greenhouses.

KG Systems operates completely independently but – when necessary – KG Systems and KG Greenhouses join forces. This enables us to offer all projects from A to Z. This cooperation between the two companies ensures that knowledge and experience are optimally utilized. And as a result, KG Systems continues to prove to be the partner in grow tables, grow table systems and internal transport systems.


We are members of the Legal Cannabis Coalition (LCC), which is a unique collaboration between companies from the fields of plant cultivation, lab research, and regulatory affairs. Each of their members is an expert in its own market, ranging from building greenhouses and installing LED lights, to lab testing and registration of a new medicine. Their members gained their expertise in the general markets of plant cultivation and medicine, but in recent years they have increasingly gotten involved with the world of legal cannabis. Combining these strengths and experiences, LCC can offer a reliable and experienced one-stop shop for all your medicinal cannabis questions.

Each LCC member brings a specific skill to the table. You can think of these skill as specialized tools. Every company is particularly good at certain tasks, but none can do everything alone. After all, a hammer cannot do the job of a screw-driver, and a saw is no replacement for a wrench.

Together we create the equivalent of a well-filled toolbox or a professional workshop. The LCC makes all these tools available to clients in the cannabis industry. A one-stop shop for all your questions.


We are members of the European Cannabis Association, ECA, who helps on addressing the most problematic aspects in the medical cannabis industry and offers support in the areas of consulting and development of standards for the production of medicinal cannabis.

There are a number of challenges which have to be addressed by the companies themselves as well as at a regulatory level:

  • Strongly fluctuating product qualities, caused by insufficient standardization and specifications for reproducible processes
  • Lack of consideration of essential standards and scientific approaches already in early planning phases
  • Non-compliance with the principles of good manufacturing practice based on the current state of science and technology (cGxP)
  • Risk that companies may not be able to produce or place the harvest on the market despite the issue of a cultivation license.