Nerudia, a company that helps customers bring quality products to the market and at the same time guide them through the regulatory pathways, will begin work immediately on preparing a TPD notification for the Innokin Endura T18, which is a simple, high performance device.

The two companies will continue to update the market on the progress of this notification so as to ensure wholesalers and distributors can buy the product with confidence.

Nerudia will also audit Innokin’s manufacturing facilities and help the manufacturer ensure that its production meets the stringent requirements of the Directive; and monitor its compliance with the body of European law that already applies to vaping products.

David Lawson, Nerudia Chief Regulatory Officer, said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with Innokin, who have made some fantastic devices that have helped to shape the vaping industry as we know it. Nerudia looks forward to helping Innokin grow by making sure that they continue to lead the field when TPD comes into force”.

James Li, General Manager of Innokin, said: “When we chose our TPD Compliance partner Nerudia really stood out. They offer a service that is more robust than any other we have seen in the market, and we are confident that they will lead us to a successful future in this newly regulated market”.

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