29 June 2017
We have just received information, that all products we have applied for registration in the UK (that includes over 30 products we have registered for our customers) have had their status changed from “Under review” to “Declared”. Great news for us and our customers, who have decided to choose our services.
If you are looking for a professional, custom tailored service including laboratory tests, certification, preparation of all required documentation and finally TPD notification simply contact us. Many customers have already benefitted from our help, join them.
22 May 2017
Chemnovatic will be attending as an exhibitor for the first time, we are very excited and we would love to meet you.
If you would like to visit us, sample our nicotine bases or tpd ready e-liquids (including TPD e-liquids registered in England) or simply chat, we are waiting for you at Booth G30.
See you in Birmingham!
14 November 2016
Expo Vape 2016 is the first edition of Spain’s electronic cigarette and vaping event. The event takes place on the Madrid Arena from 18th to 20th of November.
We would like to invite everybody attending the show to visit Chemnovatic team at booth 66 on the second floor. Please use the map below for reference.
8 June 2016
We are proud to announce that the first of Chemnovatic nicotine bases – the Nicbase VPG Optima-3 in a 10ml PET dropper bottle has been successfully submitted to EU-CEG (EU Common Entry Gate) in strict accordance with the Tobacco Products Directive regulations.
For the time being it is a pre-stage submission as the target registration system has not been launched yet. For that reason Chemnovatic is keeping a close eye on the regulations and the registration system implementation progress as well as the implementation of the Tobacco Products Directive in various countries as not all EU members have fulfilled the implementation process before the 20th May 2016 . read more »
20 May 2016
Polish government considers changing the upcoming regulations regarding the use of e-cigarettes in public, specifically lifting the proposed ban on vaping in public space.
“A change that could be introduced is limiting the restriction regarding the ban on e-cigarette use in public space. The ban on use of the e-cigarette was the initiative of the ministry. Such regulations are not forced by the EU directive” says dr Łukasz Balwicki from the Medical University of Gdańsk.
The directive in Poland in its current form would level e-cigarette users with traditional cigarette smokers in regards to public space vaping/ smoking, which may cause teenagers to move to traditional cigarette smoking instead. read more »