Following the announcement by the British government of the reopening of non-essential stores on June 15, the entire vape industry is feeling relief. The UK Vaping Industry Association (UKVIA) said she was "extremely proud" of the vape stores for the responsible approach they have taken to containment.
John Dunne, Director of UKVIA, said the industry's response to the difficult sanitary conditions has been both “ amazing and exemplary '', despite the fact that some of its members are discouraged not to be seen as essential businesses like in other countries, such as France.
» I know our members who are a significant part of the vaping market work tirelessly to provide online and home delivery services to 3,2 million vapers across the country. As an industry association, we have engaged with the government to ensure that vape shops can open as soon as possible as deconfinement is gradually lifted. »
«Our members, as well as the industry as a whole, will be delighted that stores can reopen from June 15, as it will allow them to provide critical support to their customers and energize the entire supply chain. . »
However, what will happen to the vape shops remains to be determined. In an analysis of Vape Retailer On the future of the supply chain, suppliers have worried about the future for vape shops.