E-Liquid Maker Plans to Join London Junior Stock Market

Supreme, the manufacturer of multiple e-liquid brands, is considering a stock market listing that could value it at £180 million. The Manchester-based company that produces the Kik and 88vape brands is seeking to join Aim, London’s junior market, and has started to gauge investor interest.

88vape e-liquid bottle
Credit: 88vape

Supreme attempted a flotation in 2018 but abandoned the listing, blaming market conditions, according to an article on Morningstar. Then, the company announced plans for an AIM float but less than two weeks later postponed its proposed IPO due to “market conditions” and despite “encouraging” institutional support for the listing.

Alongside its e-liquids products, the company, the company also sells sports nutrition products, batteries and lightbulbs. It is owned by Sandy Chadha. It sells directly to retailers and wholesalers but also has its own online platform.

The company did not disclose how much it plans to raise in connection to the float, nor did it outline an estimated market capitalisation on admission.