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World-Class Track and Trace from Propix

World-Class Track and Trace from Propix

Meticulous track-and-trace throughout the supply chain has become a task that’s impossible to achieve without the right equipment. Tobacco Asia talked to the leading system developer in India.

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Although it is still too early to assess the long-term effects of the novel coronavirus on the industry, some of its short-term effects can already be seen. Read more

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With shisha smoking increasingly popular in Europe and North America, Tobacco Asia talked to three major brands about prevailing and emerging flavor trends. Read more

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Maximizing production capacities as much as possible is important for investment-heavy cigarette manufacturers; and OEM is a handy tool to achieve just that. Read more

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Flavor industry veteran George Cassels-Smith fills in Tobacco Asia about the future of synthetic nicotine for conventional and electronic tobacco products. Read more

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South Africa may have finally lifted its highly controversial tobacco ban – but it has left the country in an utter mess, backfiring spectacularly. Read more

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In lieu of being able to actually attend the show in person, Tobacco Asia has compiled a list of some highlights that would have been introduced at the two shows this fall. Read more

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TPD2 is causing quite some headaches among EU-based manufacturers, as Tobacco Asia has learned from the European Smoking Tobacco Association. Read more

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CSR initiatives are implemented by most tobacco companies - at smaller or larger scales. Tobacco Asia inquires with two merchants at opposite ends of the spectrum. Read more

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Korea is one of only two countries in Asia that allow manufacturing of cigarettes by foreign companies. Tobacco Asia takes a closer look at the current business landscape for the industry in this competitive market. Read more

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Industry specialist Dr. Ian Benson answers Tobacco Asia’s questions about quality assurance in processes and how companies can improve their practices. Read more

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