Tobacco Insights 2016 - July

Tobacco Insights 2016 - July

Code: CAN-TI0031MR | Published: Jul-2016 | Pages: 77 | Canadean
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"Tobacco Insights", is a monthly report by Canadean which 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.

Key Findings
- French sales of cigarettes and fine-cut tobacco increased by 11.2% and 11.4% respectively compared with May 2015.

- Japan Tobacco reported sales of 8.8 billion pieces, an increase of 1.1% compared with the previous month.

- In Spain, sales of cigarettes in June 2016 amounted to 4,223 million pieces, an increase of 0.3% over the same time last year

- In the US, cigarette consumption dropped to 20,563 million pieces, compared with 22,536 million pieces in May 2015. Both domestic output and imports were lower in 2016

Synopsis
"Tobacco Insights", is a monthly report by Canadean which 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.

What else 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 and developments, segmentation, per capita trends and the brands.

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

- Analyse 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
1.1 Cigarette Consumption and Production
1.1.1 Cigarette Consumption Trends, 2004-2014
1.1.2 Cigarette Production Trends, 2003-2013
1.1.3 Regional Cigarette Consumption, 2013
1.1.4 Regional Cigarette Production, 2013
1.1.5 Per Capita Consumption of Cigarettes by Country, 2004-2014
2 Global News
2.1 Australia
2.2 Austria
2.3 Belarus
2.4 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2.5 Cambodia
2.6 Canada
2.7 Denmark
2.8 European Union
2.9 Finland
2.1 France
2.11 Germany
2.12 Greece
2.13 India
2.14 Japan
2.15 Malawi
2.16 Malaysia
2.17 Namibia
2.18 Pakistan
2.19 Russia
2.2 Samoa
2.21 Saudi Arabia
2.22 South Korea
2.23 Spain
2.24 Tanzania
2.25 Ukraine
2.26 United Kingdom
2.27 Uruguay
2.28 United States
2.29 Zimbabwe
3 Consumer Analysis of Recent Product Development
3.1 Chile: Lucky Strike Double Click - Cigarette - 1871 Wild
3.2 South Korea: KTandG - Africa Mapacho Cigarettes
3.3 Nicaragua: Moya Ruiz - La Jugada Ciaro - Cigars
3.4 Germany: JBR - Snuff - Wintergreen
4 Next Generation Vaping: examining the impact of product offerings on consumer uptake and recommendations for alignment
4.1 Overview
4.2 Disposable e-Cigarettes
4.3.1 Disposable e-Cigarette Product Example
4.3.1 Recommendations for alignment
4.4 Rechargeable e-Cigarettes
4.4.1 Recommendations for alignment
4.5 E-Liquids
4.5.1 E-Liquid Product Example
4.5.1 Recommendations for alignment
4.6 Cartomizers
4.6.1 Cartomizer Product Example
4.6.2 Recommendations for alignment
4.7 Minis (cig-a-likes)
4.7.1 Mini (Cig-A-Likes) Product Example
4.7.1 Recommendations for alignment
4.8 Vape Pens
4.8.1 Vape Pen Product Example
4.8.1 Recommendations for alignment
4.9 Advanced Personal Vaporizers (APVs)
4.9.1 APV Product Example
4.9.1 Recommendations for alignment
4.1 Tobacco Heating Products - Battery Powered Heat Source
4.10.1 THP - Battery Powered Heat Source Product Example
4.10.1 Recommendations for alignment
4.11 Tobacco Heating Products - Compressed Carbon Fuel Source
4.11.1 THP - Compressed Carbon Fuel Source Product Example
4.11.1 Recommendations for alignment
5 Company News
5.1 Alliance One International
5.2 Altria Group
5.3 Booker Group
5.4 British American Tobacco
5.5 Capiton AG
5.6 Fabrika Duhana Sarajevo (FDS)
5.7 Imperial Tobacco
5.8 Innovia
5.9 Japan Tobacco Inc
5.1 Lindsay Goldberg LLC
5.11 Namibia Oriental Tobacco CC
5.12 Nerudia
5.13 Philip Morris International
5.14 Reynolds American
5.15 Universal Corporation
6 Global Population Trends
7 Appendix
7.1 About Canadean
7.2 Disclaimer

List of Tables


Table 1: Global Cigarette Consumption, pieces (million), 2004-2014
Table 2: Global Cigarette Production, pieces (million), 2003-2013
Table 3: Regional Cigarette Consumption, 2013
Table 4: Regional Cigarette Production, 2013
Table 5: Per Capita Consumption of Cigarettes by Country, pieces, 2004-2014
Table 6: Canada: Monthly Cigarette Production and Sales, 2014- 2016
Table 7: Smokeless Products: Retail Share (%)
Table 8: France: Monthly Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2014- 2016
Table 9: Japan: JT Monthly Cigarette Sales, Fiscal 2015-2017
Table 10: Spain: Monthly Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2014-2016
Table 11: Spain: Monthly Brand Shares, June 2015 and June 2016, % Volume
Table 12: UK: Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2015 and 2016
Table 13: USA: Monthly Cigarettes Consumption and Production Trends, 2014- 2016, Million Pieces
Table 14: USA: Monthly Small Cigars Consumption and Production Trends, 2015 and 2016, Million Pieces
Table 15: USA: Monthly Large Cigars and Cigarillos Consumption and Production Trends, 2015 and 2016, Million Pieces
Table 16: USA: Monthly Snuff Consumption and Production Trends, 2015 and 2016, Thousand Pounds
Table 17: USA: Monthly Chewing Tobacco Consumption and Production Trends, 2015 and 2016, Thousand Pounds
Table 18: USA: Monthly Pipe Tobacco Consumption and Production Trends, 2015 and 2016, Thousand Pounds
Table 19: USA: Monthly Roll Your Own Tobacco Consumption and Production Trends, 2015 and 2016, Thousand Pounds
Table 20: Smokeable Products: Retail Share (%)
Table 21: Drew Estate Cigar Variants
Table 22: Lucky Strike Double Click - Cigarette - 1871 Wild
Table 23: JBR - Snuff - Wintergreen
Table 24: Category Review: Disposable e-Cigarettes
Table 25: Category Review: Rechargeable e-Cigarettes
Table 26: Category Review: e-Liquids
Table 27: Category Review: Cartomizers
Table 28: Category Review: Minis (Cig-A-Likes)
Table 29: Category Review: Vape Pens
Table 30: Category Review: Advanced Personal Vaporizers (APVs)
Table 31: Category Review: THP - Battery Powered Heat Source
Table 32: Category Review: THP - Compressed Carbon Fuel Source
Table 33: Smokeable Products: Revenue and Other Comprehensive Income (US$ in millions)
Table 34: Smokeable Products: Shipment Volume (sticks in millions)
Table 35: Smokeless Products: Revenue and OCI ($ in millions)
Table 36: Smokeless Products: Shipment Volume (cans and packs in millions)
Table 37: Global Population Trends, 2000-2014

List of Figures


Figure 1: Imports as % of Consumption, 2013
Figure 2: Exports as % of Production, 2013
Figure 3: Lucky Strike Double Click - Cigarette - 1871 Wild
Figure 4: JBR - Snuff - Wintergreen
Figure 5: Categories of Vaping products
Figure 6: BLU GO Disposable Tobacco Flavored e-Cigarette
Figure 7: Recommendations for alignment: Disposable e-Cigarettes
Figure 8: Recommendations for alignment: Rechargeable e-Cigarettes
Figure 9: Five Pawns Perpetual Check
Figure 10: Recommendations for alignment: e-Liquids
Figure 11: Gamucci Coffee Cartomizers
Figure 12: Recommendations for alignment: Cartomizers
Figure 13: NJOY Kings
Figure 14: Recommendations for alignment: Minis (Cig-A-Likes)
Figure 15: Ohm GO
Figure 16: Recommendations for alignment: Vape Pens
Figure 17: Aspire Pegasus
Figure 18: Recommendations for alignment: APV
Figure 19: Marlboro iQOS
Figure 20: Recommendations for alignment: THP - Battery Powered Heat Source
Figure 21: Revo
Figure 22: Recommendations for alignment: THP - Compressed Carbon Heat Source
Imperial Tobacco
Five Pawns
Gamucci
Philip Morris International
Apollo Future Technology Ltd
Aspire
Reynolds American
Alliance One International
Altria Group
Booker Group
British American Tobacco
Capiton AG
Fabrika Duhana Sarajevo (FDS)
Innovia
Japan Tobacco Inc
Lindsay Goldberg LLC
Namibia Oriental Tobacco CC
Nerudia
Universal Corporation

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