ANN ARBOR – C3 Industries is a vertically integrated cannabis company based in Ann Arbor. Its CEO is Ankur Rungta. In this video interview, Ankur updates progress made in not only expanding the company’s provisioning centers, soon five and eventually 11, plus expanding its 40,000 square foot grow facility in Webberville by another 90,000 square feet.

Ankur Rungta

He also receives praise from co-hosts Jamie Cooper from Sensi Connects and Rick Thompson co-host of the award wining JazzCabbage Cafe for the quality of his flower and other cannabis products.

A passion for cannabis combined with a desire to produce premium, high-quality products led brothers, Ankur and Vishal Rungta, and long-time friend, Joel Ruggiero, to launch their multi-state business, C3 Industries (C3I). The company, comprised of cultivation and manufacturing facilities and retail locations, is dedicated to masterfully crafting, branding and selling premium cannabis products in legal medical and recreational markets.

C3I launched in spring 2018 with a state-of-the-art, 36,000-square-foot indoor cultivation facility in the St. Johns neighborhood of Portland, Oregon. Within six months of opening, C3I’s premium indoor flower brand, Cloud Cover Cannabis, became one of the top five indoor flower brands in Oregon.


With the passage of medical cannabis regulations in Michigan and the company’s demonstrated success in Oregon, C3 Industries expanded its operations into Michigan with a new, state-of-the-art, 36,000-square-foot Cloud Cover Cannabis cultivation and manufacturing center in Webberville, Michigan, and a portfolio of High Profile retail stores around the state including in Ann Arbor, Detroit, Grant, Buchanan and Grand Rapids.

C3I is currently in the process of building a new production facility in Massachusetts, and also holds retail licenses in that state. C3I also holds a full suite of cultivation, processing and retail licenses in Missouri.

C3I is headquartered in Ann Arbor, home of the Rungta brothers’ alma mater, the University of Michigan.