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Tobacco Insights: April 2017

Summary

"Tobacco Insights: April 2017", is a monthly report by GlobalData that provides extensive and highly detailed information on the changing production and consumption patterns affected by the recent developments related to new laws and regulations globally. This publication tracks market, company and product news from the Tobacco Industry in April 2017.

What does this report offer?

Consumption data based upon a unique combination of industry research, fieldwork, market sizing work and our in-house expertise in the industry in order to offer data about the trends and dynamics affecting the Tobacco industry.

Recent activities of the manufacturers operating in the industry.

Detailed company profiles, highlighting key focus product sectors with the key features & developments, segmentation, per capita trends and the brands.

Scope

As of March 1, 2017, Chinese city Shanghai operates a city-wide ban on smoking in indoor public places. This is an extension of a 2010 regulation which restricted public smoking e.g. in schools and libraries.

In preparation for the 2020 Olympic Games, Japan is seeking to restrict tobacco smoking in restaurants and other public places, including schools, universities, hospitals and government offices.

In the US, total cigarette consumption grew to 19,364 million pieces in January 2017, up on 18,183 million pieces in December 2016 and 19,011 in January 2016. This represents an increase of 6.5% and 1.9% respectively.

BAT has announced that it might close its South African cigarette plant if the country's ban on branded tobacco packaging is made effective.

Reasons to buy

Evaluate important changes in consumer behavior to identify profitable markets and areas for product innovation.

Analyze the current and forecast market position of the brands to identify the best opportunities to exploit.

A summary of the latest news in the Tobacco industry, providing a single-source solution to understand how the industry is changing, and what this means for brands and companies.

Table of Contents

1. A Global Perspective 7

1.1. Cigarette Consumption & Production 7

1.1.1. Cigarette Consumption Trends, 2004-2014 7

1.1.2. Cigarette Production Trends, 2003-2013 11

1.1.3. Regional Cigarette Consumption, 2013 16

1.1.4. Regional Cigarette Production, 2013 17

1.1.5. Per Capita Consumption of Cigarettes by Country, 2004-2014 18

2. Global News 22

2.1. Asia-Pacific 22

2.1.1. Australia 22

2.1.2. Bangladesh 22

2.1.3. China 22

2.1.4. Hong Kong 22

2.1.5. Indonesia 22

2.1.6. Japan 22

2.1.7. Malaysia 23

2.1.8. New Zealand 23

2.1.9. North Korea 23

2.1.10. Philippines 24

2.1.11. Singapore 24

2.1.12. Taiwan 24

2.1.13. Thailand 24

2.2. Africa 24

2.2.1. Malawi 24

2.2.2. Zimbabwe 25

2.3. Middle East 25

2.3.1. Qatar 25

2.3.2. Saudi Arabia 25

2.3.3. UAE 25

2.4. North America 25

2.4.1. Canada 25

2.4.2. The US 27

2.5. Central America 32

2.5.1. Cuba 32

2.6. South America 32

2.6.1. Argentina 32

2.6.2. Brazil 33

2.7. Europe 33

2.7.1. Austria 33

2.7.2. Denmark 33

2.7.3. France 33

2.7.4. Germany 35

2.7.5. Italy 35

2.7.6. Netherlands 35

2.7.7. Norway 35

2.7.8. Poland 35

2.7.9. Spain 35

2.7.10. Sweden 37

2.7.11. The UK 37

3. Consumer Analysis of Recent Product Development 40

3.1. Elegance Nano-Filter Cigarettes-One, Full Flavor, Menthol 40

3.2. Escape-Cigarettes-Menthol, Lights, Ultra Lights 41

3.3. Harvest-Little Cigars 42

3.4. Esse Change-Cigarettes-Up 43

3.5. Mevius-Cigarettes-V5 44

3.6. Ark Royal Paradise Tea-Cigarettes-Slim 1, Slim 3 45

3.7. Jinsheng Tengwangge-Xizhi Xiangyan-Ziguang 46

3.8. Camel-Cigarrillos Rubios-Color Edition 47

3.9. Illusione-Cigar-Garagiste 48

3.10. Caldwell-Eastern Standard Cigar-Corretto 50x5 49

3.11. Marlboro Double Fusion-Cigarrillos-Purple 50

3.12. Chesterfield-Cigarrillos-White 51

4. Company News 52

4.1. A&R Carton of Lund 52

4.2. British American Tobacco (BAT) 52

4.3. Contraf-Nicotex Tobacco (CNT) 53

4.4. Dubek Ltd. 53

4.5. Eastern Egypt 53

4.6. Imperial Brands 53

4.7. Japan Tobacco 55

4.8. KT&G 56

4.9. Philip Morris International 57

4.10. Swedish Match 61

4.11. Tedis Ukraine 62

4.12. Thailand Tobacco Monopoly (TTM) 62

4.13. Manifattura Sigaro Toscano 62

5. Smaller Pack Tobacco Product Bans to Discourage Smoking 63

5.1. The UK government's motive explained 63

5.2. Implications on Future Trends in the UK Tobacco Market 66

5.2.1. E-cigarettes will be the sole area for innovation 66

5.2.2. The premium market is not likely to be affected 67

5.2.3. This could fuel the black market for cigarettes 67

5.3. How the industry should respond to the ban 67

5.3.1. Focus on developing lower-end, non-traditional tobacco products 67

5.3.2. Develop anti-fraud features on cigarettes 67

6. Appendix 68

About GlobalData 68

Disclaimer 69

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List of Figures

Figure 1: Imports as % of Consumption, 2013 16

Figure 2: Exports as % of Production, 2013 17

Figure 3: Elegance Nano-Filter Cigarettes 40

Figure 4: Escape-Cigarettes 41

Figure 5: Harvest-Little Cigars 42

Figure 6: Esse Change-Cigarettes-Up 43

Figure 7: Mevius-Cigarettes-V5 44

Figure 8: Ark Royal Paradise Tea-Cigarettes 45

Figure 9: Jinsheng Tengwangge-Xizhi Xiangyan-Ziguang 46

Figure 10: Camel-Cigarrillos Rubios 47

Figure 11: Illusione-Cigar 48

Figure 12: Caldwell-Eastern Standard Cigar 49

Figure 13: Marlboro Double Fusion-Cigarrillos 50

Figure 14: Chesterfield-Cigarrillos 51

Figure 15: What influence would plain tobacco packaging have on your tobacco purchases? 64

Figure 16: What influence would plain tobacco packaging have on your tobacco purchases? 65

Figure 17: What are the primary reasons you smoke? 66

List of Tables

Table 1: Global Cigarette Consumption, pieces (million), 2004-2014 7

Table 2: Global Cigarette Production, pieces (million), 2003-2013 11

Table 3: Regional Cigarette Consumption, 2013 16

Table 4: Regional Cigarette Production, 2013 17

Table 5: Per Capita Consumption of Cigarettes by Country, pieces, 2004-2014 18

Table 6: Japan: JT Monthly Cigarette Sales, Fiscal 2015-2017 23

Table 7: Canada: Monthly Cigarette Production and Sales, 2014-2017 26

Table 8: The US: Monthly Cigarettes Consumption & Production Trends, 2015-2017, Million Pieces 27

Table 9: The US: Monthly Small Cigars Consumption & Production Trends, 2015-2017, Million Pieces 28

Table 10: The US: Monthly Large Cigars & Cigarillos Consumption & Production Trends, 2015-2017, Million Pieces 28

Table 11: The US: Monthly Snuff Consumption & Production Trends, 2015-2017, Thousand Pounds (lbs) 29

Table 12: The US: Monthly Chewing Tobacco Consumption & Production Trends, 2015-2017, Thousand Pounds (lbs) 29

Table 13: The US: Monthly Pipe Tobacco Consumption & Production Trends, 2015-2017, Thousand Pounds (lbs) 30

Table 14: The US: Monthly Roll Your Own Tobacco Consumption & Production Trends, 2015-2017, Thousand Pounds (lbs) 30

Table 15: France: Monthly Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2014-2017 33

Table 16: Spain January Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, February & March 2014-2017 36

Table 17: Spain: Monthly Brand Shares, March 2016 & March 2017, % Volume 36

Table 18: UK: Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2015 & 2016 38

Table 19: Elegance Nano-Filter Cigarettes-One, Full Flavor, Menthol 40

Table 20: Escape-Cigarettes-Menthol, Lights, Ultra Lights 41

Table 21: Harvest-Little Cigars-Sweet Coffee, Sweet Vanilla, Sweet Coconut, Sweet Cherry 42

Table 22: Esse Change-Cigarettes-Up 43

Table 23: Mevius-Cigarettes-V5 44

Table 24: Ark Royal Paradise Tea-Cigarettes-Slim 1, Slim 3 45

Table 25: Jinsheng Tengwangge-Xizhi Xiangyan-Ziguang 46

Table 26: Camel-Cigarrillos Rubios-Color Edition 47

Table 27: Illusione-Cigar-Garagiste 48

Table 28: Caldwell-Eastern Standard Cigar-Corretto 50x5 49

Table 29: Marlboro Double Fusion-Cigarrillos-Purple 50

Table 30: Chesterfield-Cigarrillos-White 51

Table 31: BAT: Results by Region, 2016 52

Table 32: Imperial Brands: Overview, 2015-2016 54

Table 33: Imperial Brands: Results, 2015-2016 54

Table 34: Imperial Brands: Growth Brands, 2015-2016 54

Table 35: Japan: JT January & February Cigarette Sales, Billion Cigarettes & JJPY Billion) 55

Table 36: JT International, Consolidated Financial Results, 2015-2016 55

Table 37: JT International, International Business Results, 2015-2016 56

Table 38: JT International, Domestic Business Results, 2015-2016 56

Table 39: 2016 KT&G results summary 56

Table 40: Philip Morris International Net Revenues (Excluding Excise Taxes), US$ Millions, 2015-2016 58

Table 41: Philip Morris Cigarette Shipment Volume by Brand 58

Table 42: Philip Morris-European Union Cigarette Volume Share & Shipment Volume, by Brand 59

Table 43: Philip Morris Cigarette Volume Share in Spain 59

Table 44: Philip Morris Cigarette Volume Share in Germany 60

Table 45: Philip Morris Cigarette Volume Share in France 60

Table 46: Philip Morris Cigarette Volume Share in Italy 61

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A&R Carton of Lund, BAT, Contraf-Nicotex Tobacco, Dubek Ltd., Eastern Egypt, Imperial Brands, Japan Tobacco, KT&G, Philip Morris International, Swedish Match, Tedis Ukraine, Thailand Tobacco Monopoly, Manifattura Sigaro Toscano


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