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Packaging Equipment: Wrap Me Over, Please

Packaging Equipment: Wrap Me Over, Please

Overwrapping is an integral part of the tobacco supply chain, yet is often overlooked in favor of other packaging solutions. Tobacco Asia inquires with two overwrapping machinery providers.

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EVALI: What Manufacturers Have Long Been Saying, Finally Heard

British American Tobacco

The year 2019 presented some challenges for the e-cigarette industry. After months of investigations, recent findings are in line with what manufacturers said all along – quality and safety are key. Read more

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Luxury Cigarette Brands: European Royalty

Japan Tobacco International

Europe may have her royal houses, but she also boasts a remarkable lineup of exquisitely “royal” cigarette brands steeped in history, tradition and, of course, luxury. Read more

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The 2019 season affected growers around the world in a variety of ways yet expectations remain high for the new year. Read more

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Hong Kong, a business hub international tobacco companies,swells with public unrest. How has the civil strife impacted these industry players? Read more

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China's two major e-commerce platforms say they would suspend the sale of e-cigarettes to US buyers in order to comply with a strict control policy over this category in the country. Read more

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19i4_KTI Independent Successful

KT International

In the highly competitive segment of cigarette manufacturing, Bulgaria’s KT International (KTI) is the country’s most successful independent cigarette company. Read more

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Flavors: Innovation within Boundaries

Hertz Flavors

The vaping industry has exploded in the past few years, and with it has come a tidal wave of new flavors. While the number of smokers worldwide has been slowly falling, the number of vapers is on the rise. Read more

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19i4_Western Vape Liquids Looking East

Laboratoire Lips France

As European and North American markets approach saturation, a number of western e-liquid manufacturers have begun pushing into Asia, especially China. Tobacco Asia talks to two prominent European companies that see bright futures in the East. Read more

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