Dutch Prefab Hemp Home Company Expands to Indiana and on US Tribal Lands

Dun Agro’s Netherlands operation will be a prototype for the Indiana and Tribal processing facilities. Photo courtesy Dun Agro

By Hemp Today

Dun Agro Hemp Group, Inc., the American corporation of the leading Dutch hemp company, said it will set up North American headquarters and build its first U.S.-based processing facilities in Indiana.

Dun Agro, a global leader in product development for fiber applications and a pioneer with a 28-year history in the reborn European hemp industry, said the Indiana operations will be modeled after its vertically integrated complex at Oude Pekela, Holland, where the company has an environmentally friendly factory that turns out hurd, fiber and other hemp materials for a wide range of applications.

Supporting farmers

Dun Agro said it will support American farmers as they add hemp to their rotations, and boost job creation in local communities through large-scale processing and manufacturing of consumer products.

“The partnerships we have created in Indiana are just the beginning and have greatly assisted Dun Agro in building a strong foundation in the state,” said CEO Albert Dun. “The expansion will significantly impact the company’s ability to meet the rapidly growing demand for consumer hemp products in the USA,” where the company already has a customer base, Dun said.

The company was one of the first to develop multi-cropping field technology for harvesting flowers, seeds and fiber, and pioneered the design and development of a pre-fabricated modular hempcrete home kit and pre-built walls for traditional construction projects.

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Originally published June 6, 2022 on Hemp Building Mag