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InterTabac and InterSupply focus on the products, services, and machines for the production of tobacco goods and e-cigarettes, takes place September 20-22, 2019 in Dortmund, Germany. Read more

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Anja Cord

Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, InterTabac once again was established as the international forum of the industry. Read more

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InterTabac Dortmund: A big milestone anniversary and new developments for the international flagship trade fair. Read more

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InterTabac is the world’s largest trade fair for tobacco products and smoking accessories. InterSupply focuses on the supply side of the industry. Read more

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InterTabac and InterSupply 2017 Break all Previous Records

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The world’s largest trade fair for tobacco products and smoking accessories takes place in Dortmund on September 21-23. It will be the largest show ever, taking over all but one of the halls at Westfalenhallen. Read more

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InterTabac, the world’s largest trade fair for tobacco products and smoking accessories, will this year take over the Westfalenhalle Arena, in addition to the halls that had housed the exhibition last year. Read more

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We all know that tradeshows can be hard work, but they are also a great opportunity to connect and reconnect with friends, partners, and distributors. Read more

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More than 12,500 trade visitors from all over the world and 560 exhibitors met at the shows held in Westfalenhallen in Dortmund, Germany this past September. Read more

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InterTabac, the world’s largest trade fair for tobacco products and smoking accessories and the leading trade fair for the industry head for another sold-out event this September in Germany. Read more

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“InterTabac was once again the meeting place for the international tobacco industry and InterSupply has successfully developed,” an attendee says. Read more

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From the Associate editor

Jumping the Gun with E-Cig Bans?

Food for thought: could this rush to ban e-cigarettes and flavors actually backfire on public health?

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