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    Operations ‘continuing as usual’, Vape Dinner Lady says after massive fire at Blackburn factory

    Firefighters trying to contain the fire at a warehouse on Shadsworth Business Park (Photo: X/Lancashire Fire & Rescue Service)

    Leading vape e-liquids and devices manufacturer Vape Dinner Lady said its business operation is ‘open and continuing as usual’ after a huge fire at its facility in Blackburn.

    10 fire engines from fire stations across Lancashire were called to the fire at a warehouse on Shadsworth Business Park, at around 7.50 pm on Monday (11 September).

    Vape Dinner Lady said no one was hurt in the fire and that all of the staff members are safe.

    “Currently, our team are engaged in moving production which would have been made in the UK to our other facilities, to minimise any potential disruption which may occur as a result of the fire,” the company said in a statement.

    “We anticipate that the majority of customers will not experience any change to their scheduled orders however some customers may experience interruption, and we will work with those impacted to ensure any disruption is mitigated efficiently. We are continuing to welcome new orders through our usual process,” the statement added.

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