Vap'News offers you your flash news around the e-cigarette for Tuesday 5 June 2018. (Update the news at 10h30.)
FRANCE: DEBUTTED BY JUSTICE FOLLOWING ACCU EXPLOSION
His pants caught fire while a battery was in his pocket. For this officer 54 years of severe burns, the accident was caused by the equipment that had sold him a trade Marcq-en-Barœul in the North. He has just been dismissed by the court of Lille. (See the article)
BELGIUM: WHEN THE E-CIGARETTE CROSSES THE TOBACCO ROAD
Two new products have just been launched on the banks of the Semois under the leadership of ADL Vresse / Bièvre. For a long time, the idea of a tobacco route was germinating in the minds of those in charge of Pays de Bouillon's tourist houses. (See the article)
FRANCE: A SELLER OF E-CIGARETTE CONDEMNS FOR SCAM!
It is in Lens, in the store of electronic cigarettes of which he was the employee, that the former salesman committed the facts which are reproached to him, between July 2015 and February 2017. By pretending to be the manager of the store, he proposed to customers to buy multimedia equipment, flat screens and tablets, but also a car or lots of glasses, at unbeatable prices. (See the article)
USA: FONTEM VENTURES LAUNCHES PARTNERSHIP WITH PURILUM!
Fontem Ventures, owner of the blu® brand has just announced that it has found a commercial partnership agreement with Purilum, LLC, a concentrate manufacturer for e-liquid. The goal: "Stimulate responsible innovation in the vape". (See the article)
INDONESIA: 57% TAX ON TOBACCO SPECIES USED FOR VAPE
Indonesia will impose an excise tax of 57% on the tobacco species used for e-cigarettes from the July 1er as part of efforts to reduce the consumption of tobacco products, said a senior official Monday. (See the article)