Vape parts maker Vaprific is launching a new line of vape parts in South American countries including Uruguay, Argentina and Chile, in a move that it hopes will boost the global demand for vaping.
The company is hoping that the expansion of its product portfolio will bring in new customers who are not satisfied with traditional vaping products.
Vapri has expanded its presence in Uruguay, with the company introducing a line of products that are specifically designed for use with its VaproVape vaporizer.
The product range includes various vape pens, e-cigarettes, and vape tanks.
The products are designed to offer users the best possible vaping experience.
“Vaprifi aims to expand our global product portfolio to a new level and to create new opportunities for customers in Latin America and beyond,” said Vapris founder and CEO, Antonio Vapre.
“The expansion of our global presence in South and Central America is a testament to the power of technology in our daily lives and a great example of how technology can help us transform our lives.”
Our aim is to develop the widest range of e-cigarette products and services in the region, offering our customers the best vaping experience in a wide range of settings.
“This will help us to expand Vapricity’s presence in other countries, as well as provide a great opportunity for our customers in other markets.” “
The new products are expected to hit the market in the first quarter of 2020. “
This will help us to expand Vapricity’s presence in other countries, as well as provide a great opportunity for our customers in other markets.”
The new products are expected to hit the market in the first quarter of 2020.
The Vaprx e-juice brand, which is currently the second-biggest e-liquid brand in Latin American, has recently launched its own line of ejuice.
In April, Vaprytech and Vapriz e-Liquid announced a joint venture to produce e-liquids in South-East Asia.
The collaboration was announced in conjunction with the South-east Asian e-smokers, and the two brands will jointly produce products from April 2019 to March 2020.