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The global packaging solutions group is selling its Instrumentation & Tobacco Machinery division to G.D SpA for £30million (US$38.3 million). Read more

Manufacturing

Conquering Counterfeiting with Security Printing

Florian Grunt

Counterfeited cigarettes have become an increasingly serious problem in many markets and cigarette manufacturers can protect their brands through various security printing solutions. Tobacco Asia looks at some remarkable options. Read more

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Plain packaging with graphic images will not change customer habits, New Zealand shop owners say. Read more

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Japan Tobacco Inc. announced the nationwide launch of 15 limited edition packages from Mevius in late March 2018. Read more

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The Ministry of Health (MoH) has been seeking public feedback on the standardized packaging of tobacco products, including increasing the size of graphic health warnings by 25%, in a six-week consultation exercise. Read more

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The investment strengthens the company’s international market presence and expands its expertise in tube manufacturing. Read more

Manufacturing

While legislation means that plain packaging is an increasing prerequisite for many tobacco packs, certain Asian markets still allow brands to reflect their identity through their packaging. Read more

Features

Packaging: It Couldn’t Be Any Plainer

Images courtesy of Imperial Brands Plc, left, and Japan Tobacco International, right

Plain packaging continues to rear its head with the United Kingdom being is the latest country to introduce it. But does plain packaging have the deterring effect regulators claim? Read more

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Japan Tobacco Inc. has announced the nationwide launch of 15 “Look Up to the Sky” limited edition packages from Mevius. Read more

Products

An elegant looking filter tip and laser printing-enhanced packaging go a long way in establishing brand appeal among consumers – and nobody knows that better than China’s paper and packaging suppliers. Read more

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Intelligent services that promote overall equipment effectiveness benefit customers by helping them to extract more performance from their equipment and optimize cost structures. Read more

Manufacturing

New research into the habits of smokers has found many are unaffected by anti-smoking policies like plain packaging, and in some cases, are actually encouraged to smoke. Read more

News

Tobacco control campaigners in New Zealand say they are thrilled with their government’s decision to press on with plain packaging for tobacco products. Read more

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Chinese cigarette packaging manufacturers are actively engaging overseas markets with a strategy that aims to optimize their packaging products and services at a time of sluggish growth in sales of tobacco products. Read more

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From the Associate editor

Isn't it Time for Transparency and Dialogue?

From settling disagreements between siblings to negotiating treaties on an international level, transparent dialogue is encouraged. But is seems that isn't always the case.

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