SNOWPLUS, the Maker of China’s E-cigarette Standard

SNOWPLUS, the Maker of China’s E-cigarette Standard

China had just celebrated its 70th Founding Anniversary, and is also vigorously developing its diversified economy, such as e-cigarette, a particular industry being taken more and more seriously.

Being an emerging alternative to traditional tobacco, the brand new cigarettes developed a global sales amounted to USD $24.7 billion in 2018, as well as the figure is anticipated being around USD $45 billion in 2024. A lot more than 95% of all of the world’s e-cigarettes are available in China, and also over 90% are exported from here.

In China where e-cigarette is invented, nearly 700 independent e-cig brands will work on winning on the 300 million Chinese smokers in several ways. “Quality is above all other marketing techniques,” said a senior manager of SNOWPLUS – the top producer in China’s e-cig industry. Each SNOWPLUS product will be presented with a supreme toxicity test to ensure its safety by authoritative inspection agencies prior to it being put onto the market – this can be an awesome experience in China.

Besides, SNOWPLUS is vigorously pushing around the standardization of e-cigarette industry in China. On August 29, 2019, China’s first e-cigarette bluebook was presented by Tsinghua University’s Public Health insurance and Technical Supervision Research Group with all the title of Public Health insurance and Technical Supervision Studies: Directory of the Supervision of the E-Cigarette Industry. The ownership from the report was finally granted to SNOWPLUS through the research number of Tsinghua University.

“We appreciate SNOWPLUS’s contributions, since its ultimate goal is usually to setup the economic standards also to make China’s e-cigarettes go much further plus much more stably.” said Yao Jide, the chief second in command with the Electric cigarette Industry Committee. SNOWPLUS is expected is the vice-chairman unit of the committee at the end of this season.

The e-cigarette incident in the USA once insinuated doubts from the public regarding the new service. On September 28, however, the Centers for disease control and Prevention (CDC) revealed reality on its official website that, “the latest findings through the investigation into lung injuries caused by vaping, advise that THC products played a task in the outbreak. A lot of people (77%) put together using THC-containing products, or both THC-containing products and nicotine-containing products.”

“That is the reasons why we should try to push forward the roll-out of industrial and national standards,” said the above mentioned senior manager of SNOWPLUS, “our ultimate goal would be to increase the health of just one billion smoking population worldwide.”

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Antonio Dickerson