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Following the passage of the Omnibus Stimulus Bill and the subsequent announcement that USPS would no longer be carrying vape products, some people wondered if private shipping companies would stop allowing vapor products as well. Now that more time has passed, major shipping companies that ship to consumers have also announced they would stop accepting vape products.
USPS has until April 27, 2021 until it can no longer ship vapor products. However, it is likely that they will stop accepting vapor products earlier than their deadline.
Fedex has announced it would no longer accept vapor products starting March 1, 2021.
UPS announced it “will not transport vaping products to, from, or within the United States due to the increased complexity to ship those products.” Starting April 5, 2021, UPS will also no longer ship vape products.
Overall, this will make things quite difficult for online retailers and to small businesses that do not move enough products to justify using specialized private shipping companies. Fedex, UPS, and USPS were the most affordable shipping options for consumers. Their decision to stop handling will affect many vapers and retailers, both brick and mortar and online.
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