E-cig liquid maker to create jobs after buying multi-million pound premises

Mike Fetherstone of Harrison Drury, Nathan Walton of Vampire Vape, Phil Boyle of Vampire Vape and Simon England of Harrison Drury.
A Blackburn business which makes liquids for the e-cigarette industry is expanding again after buying multi-million-pound premises in a move which will create up to 30 jobs. Vampire Vape has acquired a 115,000 sq ft factory and offices in Global Way close to the M65 between Blackburn and Darwen, marking the company’s second major expansion in a year. Founded by Phil Boyle and Nathan Walton in 2012, Vampire Vape purchased new premises on Shadsworth Business Park in 2016, but has quickly outgrown the facility. The move to Glo... You can carry on reading TheBusinessDesk.com for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...