Aurora Cannabis Incorporation Delivers an Update on the German Cannabis Manufacturing Tender

Aurora Cannabis Inc. (“Aurora” or the “Organization”) (TSX: ACB) (NYSE: ACB) (Frankfurt: 21P; WKN: A1C4WM) affirmed today that, further to its official statement dated April 5, 2019, the open intrigue process identified with the German cannabis generation delicate has been finished, and Aurora’s agreement with the German Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (Bundesinstitut für Arzneimittel und Medizinprodukte BfArM) has now been settled.

The endorsement will enable Aurora to start development of another, cutting edge, indoor cannabis creation office in Leuna, Germany in May 2019 and the Company envisions finish inside a year of weighty. Beginning shipments of privately developed cannabis are relied upon to end up accessible to German therapeutic patients beginning in October 2020, with the new office delivering at least 4,000 kg over a four-year term, to be extended after some time as guidelines license.

“We are excited with the positive result of the delicate procedure, and eager to begin development on our most recent creation office,” said Neil Belot, Chief Global Business Development Officer. “We are exceptionally pleased with the work done by our European group. Notwithstanding furnishing German therapeutic patients with a neighborhood supply of top notch, medicinal evaluation cannabis, this new office will likewise convey extra new occupations to the German work advertise. It’s a solid approval of our generation and appropriation guidelines to have been perceived as having the most elevated appraised in general idea out of 79 delicate applications, and we anticipate proceeding to build accessibility of medicinal cannabis in this significant market.”

“Our effective proposition was centered on executing the Aurora standard, pharmaceutical level, development strategies, while utilizing the expansive skills of our group of planners, engineers, drug specialists, plant pros and venture the board experts,” said Dr. Axel Gille, Managing Director of Aurora Europe. “Development of this new office in Leuna is the following sensible advance in extending our Europe-wide generation system to guarantee therapeutic patients have safe access to predictable, high caliber restorative cannabis blooms and full concentrates.”