Atomization technology platform FEELM has fulfilled the Chinese government’s requirements to be granted e-cigarette production licenses, reports Business Wire.
After the Chinese government put new national standards for e-cigarettes in place earlier this year, companies were required to obtain production licenses to continue manufacturing their products. According to Business Wire, three SMOORE factories, of which two are licensed under the FEELM brand, have been granted these licenses with FEELM receiving official approval to produce e-cigarettes as its own entity.
FEELM sells its products in over fifty countries worldwide and has recently launched its disposable vaping device FEELM Max as well as the world’s first ultra-thin vaping device FEELM Air that will be available in the US, Europe, Africa and other markets. The company has a total annual production capacity of two billion devices and has the industry’s first fully automated production line that is able to produce over 7,200 atomizers in one hour, reports Business Wire.