After a seizure of the customs in a laboratory of biological analyzes in Sfax in Tunisia last May, it is a new seizure of e-liquids that took place a few days ago in a warehouse of Kairouan.
A few days ago in Tunisia, the municipal police of Kairouan closed a warehouse for the manufacture, storage and sale of e-liquids. For months now, the e-cigarette sector is struggling in the country and as part of the fight against smuggling seizures are multiplying.
According to our colleagues on the site Capitalist, the warehouse in question would be illegal and especially the products used for the manufacture of e-liquid seized would be unknown. The samples taken revealed that the products seized could pose a danger to consumers.
The owner of the warehouse in question has been apprehended and an investigation is underway.