Electronic Cigarettes Will Exceed Tobacco in a Decade

On Sep.19, 2012, IECMA (International Electronic Cigarette Manufacturers Association)published a report, saying that many experts predict electronic cigarettes will overtake tobaccouse within a decade.

  • Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedInEmail a friend
electronic cigarette

electronic cigarette

KIMREE will continuously develop more electronic cigarettes suitable for consumers.

(PRWEB) September 21, 2012

On Sep.19, 2012, IECMA (International Electronic Cigarette Manufacturers Association)published a report, saying that many experts predict electronic cigarettes will overtake tobacco use within a decade. KIMREE, the world’s largest electronic cigarette manufacturer, says that however the industry cannot lower the guard; and that KIMREE will develop more high-quality products to accelerate the progress of electronic cigarette industry.

For this report, Mike Dash, a senior researcher of IECMA, has done many surveys. And Mike said, “During these years, people have paid more attention to healthy lifestyle. Because bans on cigarettes all over the world are published, and electronic cigarette industry develops dramatically fast, lots of experts believe that electronic cigarettes will take the place of tobacco cigarettes.”

When talking about this report, the sales director of KIMREE Andre said, “Electronic cigarettes can provide a healthier lifestyle for both smokers and people around them. Yes, the industry will have a bright future, but that doesn’t mean we can lower our guard. Conversely, we’re in a critical stage today. As a wind vine of electronic cigarette manufacture industry, KIMREE should take the responsibility of leading the industry’s development.”

“Undoubtedly, the electronic cigarette industry will have a bright future, which needs every manufacturer’s effort. Since foundation, KIMREE has always been prioritizing consumers’ health, and adhering to the principle of ‘Quality First’. To speed up the industry’s development, we will continuously develop more electronic cigarettes suitable for consumers.” added Nicole, the R & D director of KIMREE.


Contact