What organization is APVI? The complete legalization of the Indonesian e-cigarette market is inseparable from it!
The Indonesian tobacco industry has a history of more than 100 years. According to the 2017 survey, there are more than 75 million active tobacco consumers in Indonesia. For e-cigarettes, this is a big market. Until 2018, the Indonesian e-cigarette consumer market accounted for only 1-1.5% of Indonesian smokers.
On July 1, 2018, the Ministry of Finance of Indonesia issued the 66th, 67th and 68th regulations, proclaiming July 18th as the National E-cigarette Day, announcing that e-cigarettes belong to tobacco processing products, which is the first step in the legalization of e-cigarettes in Indonesia and also an important step in the development of global e-cigarettes.
In fact, the Indonesian e-cigarette market can be completely legalized, and it is inseparable from the powerful organization of APVI. Since its inception in 2013, APVI has been committed to promoting the legalization of e-cigarettes in Indonesia.
APVI, Chinese meaning Indonesian personal e-cigarette organization, is an organization composed of employees of all types of enterprises in the Indonesian e-cigarette industry, including e-liquid producers, distributors, traders, retailers and even other channels such as heating wire, e-cigarette media, or practitioners around the culture. APVI also has close links with other e-cigarette organizations in Indonesia. Until 2018, APVI has more than 1,500 e-cigarette entrepreneurs and more than 100 e-cigarette organizations, and this number is constantly growing.
Currently, Edy Suprijadi is the Secretary General of the Indonesian Personal E-cigarette Organization. It is understood that Edy Suprijadi will visit the Shenzhen E-cigarette International Exhibition on October 1, 2018 and deliver a keynote speech entitled Market Environment Analysis after the legalization of e-cigarettes in Indonesia.
September 7-9, Indonesian E-cigarette Exhibition Photos: