The Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking (PACT) Act has existed for a long time. It makes laws that dictate how particular products such as nicotine are sold. The rules are frequently revised to keep up with the changes in the industry and technology. However, a recent amendment has affected vaping supplies. Check out the video, What The PACT Act Means For The Wholesale Vape Industry, to gain a rough idea of the effect of the legislation.
The rules prohibit the sale of any vaping paraphernalia to minors. Also, all electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) are now subject to the same rules as cigarettes and tobacco. Some of the requirements for sellers include; verification of the age of the buyers, no USPS for shipping, only adults can receive the products verified by a signature, and more.
All companies, regardless of their sizes, are affected by the legislation. Since the changes are relatively new, companies are still trying to adjust. A significant blow is a policy on the delivery systems since many companies use USPS. Companies are finding themselves in situations where they need alternative means of getting their products to customers. In addition, companies must provide lists of all their transactions to an administrator, just as with cigarettes and tobacco.