LOGIC Technology reported on Monday that it had maintained its leading unit share position in sales of electronic cigarettes through US convenience stores in August.
In citing results from Nielsen’s C-Track Database, it said too that it had continued to maintain a strong hold on the number two position for dollar sales. ‘Currently, LOGIC leads the category in total US unit share at 23.3 percent, the company said in a press note issued through PRNewswire.
‘In total US dollar share, LOGIC holds a close second at 22.7 percent.
‘Despite major tobacco companies introducing new electronic devices to the marketplace nationally, LOGIC continues to elevate its sales in unit and dollar share.’
Reynolds American, with a 22.1 percent share, was in second place in convenience store unit sales of electronic cigarettes nation-wide in August, while Lorillard was in third spot, with 21.2 per cent.
Lorillard, with 30.5 percent, maintained its number one position in respect of dollar sales in convenience stores nation-wide in August, while LOGIC was second, Reynolds, with 15.5 percent, was third, and Philip Morris was fourth, with 11.7 percent.