IECMA will standardize electronic cigarette manufacturer industry and improve electronic cigarettes quality.
(PRWEB) September 14, 2012
Since New York government considers banning electronic cigarettes, the electronic cigarette industry has been under great pressure. Recently, IECMA (International Electronic Cigarette Manufacturers Association) has claimed that in order to safeguard consumers’ health, they will standardize electronic cigarette manufacturer industry and improve electronic cigarettes quality.
Gilbert Gross, an expert of American Science and Health Advisory Board, pointed out when talking about electronic cigarette bans, “Consumers copy their smoking behaviors and process by using electronic cigarettes, so they can be satisfied with nicotine while not harm the surroundings. It’s a much better choice for smokers. Thus, the government should think over before publishing electronic cigarette banns. ”
Jonny Sheldon, a researcher of IECMA, said, “Electronic cigarette has a short history, so it’s understandable that governments have doubts about the quality of these new tobacco products. The current market is full of counterfeit and shoddy products, but after several years’ development, it appears several global top manufacturers whose R & D strength and quality control system are of top level. For example, the leading company KIMREE, as the largest electronic cigarette manufacturer, has the best quality, technology, delivery, and service. Certainly, some manufacturers ignore the product quality in order to make money fast.
“It’s quite unreasonable if the governments prohibit electronic cigarettes just because of some small factories’ irresponsibility, and force smokers turn to tobacco cigarettes again. We suggest people buying electronic cigarettes manufactured by factories like KIMREE to gain best quality and service. Meanwhile, we’ll make every effort to perfect the factories’ quality control systems and safeguard consumers’ interests to the maximum level.” said Mr. James Schneider, the CEO of IECMA.