Open system e-cigarettes

Chinese E-cigarette Exports Soar in May 2024, Reaching $1.09 Billion
Chinese E-cigarette Exports Soar in May 2024, Reaching $1.09 Billion
Chinese e-cigarette exports in May reached $1.09 billion, with the US as top destination, according to customs data.
Industry Insight
Jun.20
Successful WVS E-Cigarette Sharing Session Held by 2FIRSTS
Successful WVS E-Cigarette Sharing Session Held by 2FIRSTS
2FIRSTS successfully held a Dubai e-cigarette sample sharing session in Shenzhen, featuring innovative products and attracting industry professionals and investors.
Events
Jun.20
China's E-Cigarette Export Data to Kuwait in April 2024
China's E-Cigarette Export Data to Kuwait in April 2024
China's e-cigarette exports to Kuwait surged in April 2024, with a value of $7.24 million and volume of 139 tons.
Industry Insight
Jun.19
WVS | OXVA: Launched E-liquid Brand Last Month, Main "Battlefields" are South-East Asia and UK
WVS | OXVA: Launched E-liquid Brand Last Month, Main "Battlefields" are South-East Asia and UK
World Vape Show held in Dubai from June 12 to 14, showcasing OXVA's EMEA market expansion and challenges.
World Vape Show
Jun.18
PMI Launches New VEEV E-cigarette Series in Guatemala Market
PMI Launches New VEEV E-cigarette Series in Guatemala Market
TACASA announces new e-cigarette VEEV launch in Guatemala, offering reusable and disposable versions with 80% material reuse capability.
PMI
Jun.18
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh Raises Concerns Over Youth e-Cigarette Use
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh Raises Concerns Over Youth e-Cigarette Use
Trinidad and Tobago Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh expressed concerns about children's e-cigarette use in Senate meeting on June 17.
Regulations
Jun.17
LOST MARY Introducing New Brand MAD EYES in UK
LOST MARY Introducing New Brand MAD EYES in UK
MAD EYES, a new e-cigarette brand by LOST MARY, has been launched on UK retail site Vapourcore.
Business
Jun.17
Crackdown on Illegal E-Cigarette Sales in Liverpool, UK
Crackdown on Illegal E-Cigarette Sales in Liverpool, UK
Liverpool Express reports that since February 2024, Liverpool City Council has shut down 15 shops selling illegal e-cigarettes.
Jun.17
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