Peter Beckett joins Nerudia Compliance

Peter Beckett joins Nerudia Compliance

August 11, 2015

Peter Beckett has joined the Nerudia Group to establish Nerudia Compliance, a new subsidiary that will offer a full product stewardship solution to companies seeking to become compliant with the regulations and legislation governing the vapor industry.

“We’re delighted to welcome Peter to the Nerudia team,” says Nerudia co-founder David Newns. “When it came to planning our compliance product offering, we knew that Peter was best placed to deliver our business vision. He has played a key role in the development of the legislation and has an enviable reputation for his detailed understanding of the industry.”

Nerudia Compliance will help companies understand the requirements placed upon them and assist and guide customers through the submissions they must make to the authorities. In addition, Nerudia Compliance will offer access to Nerudia’s analytical services, which are able to provide the vital analytical and toxicology assessments required for submission.

Nerudia Compliance’s global support ranges from consultancy and individually managed projects to an online Vaping Product Management System (VPMS). The VPMS will securely and confidentially manage requirements for regulatory submissions, including product technical file information as well as long-term product reporting requirements.

The most immediate requirement for many companies will be compliance with the Tobacco Products Directive (TPD), which will come into force in Europe next year.

“Having been on the front line of the TPD negotiations, the logical next step is to help vaping companies of all sizes understand and comply with the new rules,” says Beckett. “TPD doesn’t need to mean the end of the businesses that made this industry what it is, and we intend to prove that. Nerudia’s commitment to quality and deep technical knowledge of vaping products is a perfect synergy with my ethos, and I can’t wait to get started.”

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