Warehouser Says Abandoned E-Cig Inventory Is Dangerous

Law360, New York (March 13, 2017, 3:46 PM EDT) -- A warehouser objected Friday to plans filed by e-cigarette maker NJOY Inc. to abandon more than 3,000 pallets of their devices, saying that holding and disposing of the inventory is expensive and dangerous due to the lithium batteries they contain.

In the objection, Jacobson Warehouse Co. Inc. said it contracted with NJOY in 2013 to store the company’s inventory and perform other related services but the devices currently at the Plainfield, Indiana, facility are obsolete or damaged. NJOY has sought to reject the warehouse agreement through...
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