Archive - March 2015

IRELAND
President signs plain packaging into law

President Michael Higgins signed the Public Health (Standardised Packaging of Tobacco) Bill into law which says manufacturers have until May, 2016, to retool...

UNITED KINGDOM
Plain-packs bill may mothball Codentify

Legislation to standardise packaging for tobacco products would require removal of the 12-digit code used by tobacco companies and revenue authorities to...

SWITZERLAND
Pivko replaces Lüthi at Hoffmann

Tomas Pivko replaced Kurt Lüthi as sales director at Hoffmann Neopac and Jörg Helas will direct development at the facility in Thun, Switzerland, the company...

IRELAND
Parliament passes plain-pack bill

Ireland became the second country after Australia to pass legislation standardising colour and limiting branding on tobacco product packaging following a vote...

UNITED STATES
Sicignano named CEO at 22nd Century

22nd Century Group said company President Henry Sicignano has taken on the additional post of chief executive officer at the biotech company specialising in...

UNITED STATES
Universal to supply PMI with Mexican leaf

Universal subsidiary Tabacos del Pacifico Norte (TPN) will buy more tobacco in Mexico following a new leaf supply deal under which TPN will supply processed...

ZIMBABWE
TIMB cuts tobacco forecast due to rains

Rains have lowered expectations for this year’s harvest of flue-cured Virginia to between 183 million and 194 million kilogrammes, well below the 222 million...

CHINA
NDRC scraps price controls on leaf

Tobacco leaf prices will be determined by the market following action by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) to abolish state controls on two...

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