Electronic vaporizers emerged on the US market some time ago and their popularity has grown rapidly. Vapes are devices that heat a liquid containing solvents, flavorings and often nicotine. However, cannabis has also started to play an important role in this market a few years ago. Greenlane Holdings, a leading global brand house and one of the most relevant vendors when it comes to cannabis accessories and specialty vaporizing products, does not want to let this opportunity go. The firm recently announced that it has begun shipping previously restricted vaporizer products to wholesale customers.
It is worth noting that the move comes under a commercial and regulatory exemption from the Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking Act (PACT Act) that was issued by the US Postal Service (USPS). Previously, Greenlane was prohibited from using the USPS or other traditional carriers to ship vaporizers and accessories classified as electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) due to this restriction. However, the landscape has now changed.
After receiving the regulatory exemption earlier this year, Greenlane has pulled the necessary strings to successfully implement the processes, controls, and systems to begin using USPS services to offer to customers who prefer this method. Being able to fulfill ENDS products will give the company the ability to greatly reduce shipping costs and decrease fulfillment times, as well as improve the overall customer experience.
“We are excited to, once again, offer a high quality and cost-effective fulfillment solution to our wholesale customers for our entire suite of products,” said Nick Kovacevich, CEO of Greenlane. “We continue to focus on strengthening our position as industry leaders in compliance and safety. This major step further differentiates us in the market and demonstrates our Company’s strength in adapting to the ever-changing regulatory landscape.”