Since its introduction, vaping has become a globally regulated industry, meaning many new vaping brands and businesses have emerged that are looking to maintain their presence in the market through regulatory compliance. Whether you are a manufacturer or distributor, we understand the challenges you encounter when interpreting EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) and UK Tobacco and Related Products Regulations (TRPR). Our collaborative approach ensures that we are aligned with your business goals to deliver a cost-effective strategy to help you achieve and maintain regulatory compliance.
We have the capabilities to complete full-service TPD and TRPR notifications for all Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS) products. Our method of delivery provides you with full transparency of the process. We tailor our approach to support your products and specific requirements. Our method allows you to achieve continuous innovation so that you can grow customer loyalty and maintain customer satisfaction – bringing each new product to market quickly and compliantly.
Understanding the ingredients in your product and the potential harm that they may cause to consumers is standard due diligence. Our dedicated team can assist with:
The testing required for TPD/TRPR notification is nicotine dose consistency and emissions testing for specific carbonyls and metals, as stipulated by EU member states for TPD and Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) for TRPR.
Whether you have a device only, e-liquid only, or a combination product, our team of scientists has the capabilities to analyse your products and provide data to support your TPD/TRPR notification.
In addition to TPD/TRPR requirements, there may be further country-specific requirements for package design, warning labels, and leaflets.
We can assess your packaging for compliance with TPD/TRPR for each notified country and provide recommendations as appropriate.
This ensures the product complies with the stated requirements and compliance with other applicable regulations including Classification, Labelling, and Packaging (CLP) if e-liquids are present, and General Product Safety Regulations (GPSR).
The market has grown significantly since TPD2 was finalized in 2013. The Directive entered into force on 19 May 2014 and became applicable in the EU Member States on 20 May 2016. This TPD2 legislation is due to be reviewed by the EU Commission in early 2022 to adapt the regulations and align with the rapidly evolving next-generation products (NGPs) market. It is anticipated an agreement on the new TPD3 revised terms will be reached in line with the European 2024 elections.
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Download our brochure for an overview of our comprehensive services to support the NGPS industry from regulatory submission to maintaining compliance.