Monthly Archives: May 2013

Camel brand celebrates 100 years

Camel cigarette brand is remembering its 100th anniversary this year and to mark this milestone, Japan Tobacco International is starting a number of limited edition packs for its Premium cigarettes.   Introducing country wide Camel Blue 20s starting 1 June, the specially designed packs will be sold in all cigarette stores during 60 days whilst stocks last. To support this … Continue reading Continue reading

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‘No ID, No Sale’ better option than plain packaging, says Japan Tobacco

Japan Tobacco International, a cigarette manufacturing company, has “noted” the lack of proposed legislation related to the introduction of standardized packaging in the Queen’s Speech during this Parliamentary session. Jorge da Motta, managing director of Japan Tobacco International UK, said: “The determination of the UK authorities not to involve standardized packaging in the Queen’s Speech displays the regulatory principles of … Continue reading

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Tobacco companies and higher education

Even though smoking tobacco products is banned in public places such as restaurants, bars and public airwaves, it is still accepted by the majority of the country’s colleges. Tobacco companies obviously have focused on higher education connections as one method of getting two key markets: teenagers and blacks. Altria, which is the manufacturer of Marlboro cigarettes, the top-selling cigarette brand … Continue reading

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BAT analyses cigarette consumer behaviour

BAT is focused on provision of innovation in tobacco product communication British American Tobacco has confirmed its decision to learn the development in cigarette consumer behaviour and to present innovation in tobacco product communication to meet the needs of smokers. In accordance with the cigarette manufacturer, ongoing change of the travel industry means shoppers’ unmet requirements and behaviours keep modifying. … Continue reading

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Imperial Tobacco presents two-storey stand in Singapore

Imperial Tobacco, the fourth-largest cigarette company around the world, demonstrates interest to developing Asia/Pacific travel-retail business at TFWA presentation. Imperial Tobacco, which is the manufacturer of Richmond and West cigarettes, has made an announcement that the company will present a double-storey stand at this year’s Tax Free World Association Asia Pacific Conference & Exhibition in Singapore in May this year. … Continue reading

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More People Smoking Cigarettes than Ever

There are actually more smokers nowadays than ever before, regardless of health warning labels on cigarette packs and the growing price of cigarettes. In 1980, nearly 4,650 billion cigarettes were smoked, which rose to about 6,500 billion in 2010. By 2020, there will be almost seven billion cigarette butts soiling the world. Currently there are two countries with the largest … Continue reading

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