E-Cigarettes Maker Models Supply Chain on Electronics Industry

VMR Products LLC, a leading manufacturer of electronic cigarettes, is taking cues on supply chain management from consumer electronics manufacturers like Apple Inc.

The Miami-based company, which has relied on third-party firms to buy materials and manufacture its products in China, is moving much of its supply chain in house. VMR aims to produce 60% of its “e-cigs” in its own factory in Shenzhen by the end of the year, up from about 30% currently, said Jan Verleur, VMR’s chief executive and founder.

Can E-Cigarettes Survive The War Against Vaping?

In the winter of 2008 Jan Verleur was living on the outskirts of Prague, working on a novel about three failed Internet entrepreneurs who invest their dwindling capital in an ecstasy-smuggling ring. It wasn’t exactly autobiographical, but Verleur, now 36, was writing from experience with failed ventures. His most recent had been an ambitious pornography business that lost $22 million of investors’ money, including $1.6 million of his own.

V2 Cigs, National Tobacco Announce E-Cig Partnership

V2 Cigs, a major online retailer of electronic cigarettes, and National Tobacco Co. (NTC), distributor of the Zig-Zag and Beech-Nut brands, have announced a strategic partnership. The companies have joined forces in the development of a new line of electronic cigarette products for the retail market.

West Michigan marijuana facility will produce 80,000 pounds a year upon completion

In the winter of 2008 Jan Verleur was living on the outskirts of Prague, working on a novel about three failed Internet entrepreneurs who invest their dwindling capital in an ecstasy-smuggling ring. It wasn’t exactly autobiographical, but Verleur, now 36, was writing from experience with failed ventures. His most recent had been an ambitious pornography business that lost $22 million of investors’ money, including $1.6 million of his own.

Largest indoor marijuana grow operation takes root in village of Lawrence

In the winter of 2008 Jan Verleur was living on the outskirts of Prague, working on a novel about three failed Internet entrepreneurs who invest their dwindling capital in an ecstasy-smuggling ring. It wasn’t exactly autobiographical, but Verleur, now 36, was writing from experience with failed ventures. His most recent had been an ambitious pornography business that lost $22 million of investors’ money, including $1.6 million of his own.

305 Farms’ $110M Indoor Cannabis Grow Facility To Bring Jobs And Weed To Michigan

In the winter of 2008 Jan Verleur was living on the outskirts of Prague, working on a novel about three failed Internet entrepreneurs who invest their dwindling capital in an ecstasy-smuggling ring. It wasn’t exactly autobiographical, but Verleur, now 36, was writing from experience with failed ventures. His most recent had been an ambitious pornography business that lost $22 million of investors’ money, including $1.6 million of his own.

$110 million indoor cannabis grow operation being built in Southwest Michigan

In the winter of 2008 Jan Verleur was living on the outskirts of Prague, working on a novel about three failed Internet entrepreneurs who invest their dwindling capital in an ecstasy-smuggling ring. It wasn’t exactly autobiographical, but Verleur, now 36, was writing from experience with failed ventures. His most recent had been an ambitious pornography business that lost $22 million of investors’ money, including $1.6 million of his own.