Tag Archives: Imperial Tobacco

Imperial’s fine-cut sales up nine per cent

Tobacco Factory

Imperial Tobacco’s fine-cut sales in the course of October, November and December 2012 increased by strong growth in make-your-own tobacco sales in Western and Central Europe, were 9% higher than those of October, November and December 2011. However, Imperial’s overall

Imperial Tobacco’s driving tobacco growth in Russia

Davidoff Cigarettes

Eastern Europe is a major strategic growth place for Imperial tobacco’s business and the company is offering quality growth in Russia. Russia is the biggest country across the world and the second biggest tobacco market, following China, with yearly cigarette

Cigarette companies use cigarette smuggling to their advantage in Bulgaria

Filtered Cigarettes

The scientists from the University’s Tobacco Control Group present facts of cigarette company participation in cigarette smuggling to and through Bulgaria from 1975 onwards. The group found internal tobacco industry papers which unveiled how cigarette companies definitely took part in

Imperial challenge to Scottish Parliament act over tobacco displays

Cigs

The UK Supreme Court will this week be the forum for another effort to challenge the lawfulness of an act of the Scottish Parliament. It would seem that the score is presently Holyrood 2, Challengers 0. Four days have been

Imperial Tobacco Earnings Advance on Higher Cigarette Prices

Davidoff

Imperial Tobacco Group Plc, a Bristol-based tobacco company, announced higher operating income as the maker of Davidoff cigarettes raised prices to fight declining shipments in Europe. Adjusted operating earnings increased to 3.16 billion pounds ($5.1 billion) in the 12 months

Tobacco firm may have breached packaging laws

Cigarettes

British American Tobacco Australia is being looked over probable breaches of the Federal Government’s new plain packaging regulations. From October it started to be illegal to produce cigarettes for Australia in breach of the new regulations, but six brands are

Plain packaging valid because brand names not acquired by government

Lighted Up Cigarette

Australia’s regulation demanding that cigarettes be marketed in ‘plain packaging’ is constitutionally valid since it does not obtain property, the High Court has defined. As outlined by an Australian Associated Press story, the court on October 5 released its motives

Imperial Tobacco price rises offset falling sales

Imperial Tobacco Brands

Increased cigarette prices have augmented Imperial Tobacco’s earnings amid a decrease in sales volumes for the world’s fourth largest tobacco company as it experienced suffer in recession-hit Spain’s declining market as well as Ukraine and Poland. The British multinational tobacco

Japanese smoke signals push up Imperial

The maker of Gauloises and Davidoff cigarettes has long been mooted as a potential target to be taken out, with a combination of British American Tobacco and Japan Tobacco regarded as a possible suitor. Nomura analysts had urged investors to

Imperial creates sales and distribution company

Altadis USA and Commonwealth Brands, both owned by Imperial Tobacco Group, have created a new sales and distribution company called Commonwealth-Altadis. “Commonwealth–Altadis brings the outstanding sales and marketing teams of Altadis and Commonwealth together to provide greater sales coverage, a