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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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As cigarette prices soar astronomically and consumption levels taper off, consumers are getting more discerning in their tobacco purchases. They are especially looking for alternative products and those with better pricing. Read more

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Similar to many businesses in agriculture and beyond, Asia forms a pivotal part of the tobacco universe. It is home to more than half of the world’s smoking population, in addition to being the largest producer of tobacco. Read more

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Ill-conceived government policy led to an unprecedented surge in illicit tobacco in Australia on the background of legal product becoming almost unaffordable for the average consumer. Read more

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There are more than five million retailers in China, and in recent years China Tobacco took many measures to provide high-quality services for retailers to consolidate the foundation of cigarette marketing. Read more

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The tobacco markets of Central Asia — which consists of the former Soviet republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan — steadily grow amid the ever-growing demand and consumption of tobacco products Read more

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Since the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic began, preventing its spread became the most urgent task all over the world. Many countries took various measures leading to an unprecedented crisis for many industries, including the cigar industry. Read more

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Masimba Maimba graduated with a degree in agribusiness from Solusi University in southwestern Zimbabwe in 2008 and like thousands of other locals, he failed to secure a formal job. Read more

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Emerging almost out of nowhere, synthetic nicotine is starting to give “natural” nicotine some serious competition. But that doesn’t mean that tobacco-derived nicotine is going the way of the dodo anytime soon. Read more

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The Covid-19 crisis somewhat stifled the illegal trade in cigarettes initially, but didn’t snuff it out. Far from it. Things are just as bad as ever, according to research by BAT and JTI. Read more

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This issue marks the silver jubilee of Tobacco Asia. Our contributing editor Thomas Schmid (TS) interviewed publisher Glenn Anthony John (GAJ) for a little retrospective. Read more

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