JTI Ireland

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According to a HSE report from 2018 there are still 864,000 smokers in the Republic.

The local arm of Silk Cut owner Japan Tobacco International (JTI) grew its profit by 40 per cent to €47.7 million last year while its turnover reverse(...)

Silk Cut and Benson & Hedges remained JTI Ireland’s biggest brands with a market share of 22.4 per cent and 15.8 per cent respectively. Photograph: iStock

Japan Tobacco International increased its profit in Ireland by more than €14 million last year after making a substantial reduction in costs following(...)

Vaping is being touted as a healthier alternative to smoking by tobacco companies. Photograph: iStock

Ireland’s largest tobacco brand was snubbed by junior health minister Catherine Byrne when it sought a meeting to promote its vaping business in the I(...)


1 Irish Stock Exchange Stock exchange; ise.ie Years on list: 3 2 Mars Ireland Sales and marketing office for FMCG manufacturer; mars.com Years (...)

At Britvic’s employee conference,  the warehouse operative and customer management teams’ ideas included building  pyramids of products
The top 10 secret weapons

1 Ask Me Anything (AMAs) – Riot Games: Gathering open feedback is vital to the culture at Riot Games, developer and publisher of the online game Leag(...)

Turnover at JTI Ireland fell to just over €652 million last year, compared with almost €659 million in 2013. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters

Pretax profit at tobacco distributor JTI Ireland rose sharply in 2014 despite a fall-off in demand for cigarettes in the Irish market. Accounts for(...)

There was immediate criticism of the 50 cent extra on packets of cigarettes in Budget 2016 from the National Federation of Retail Newsagents  and tobacco companies, with John Player Ireland calling the move a “bonanza for bootleggers”. File photograph: PA Photo

The cost of a pack of cigarettes has risen above €10 for the first time following Tuesday’s budget announcements. The duty on a pack of 20 cigarettes(...)

Minister for Health Leo Varadkar: wanted Court of Justice of the EU to decide if directive was valid. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The State has lost its application to have questions in tobacco distributor JTI Ireland’s legal challenge to new laws on plain packaging referred to t(...)

Tobacco company JTI Ireland has denied arguments  the firm is seeking to delay a decision  concerning plans to introduce plain packaging of tobacco products. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

Tobacco distributor JTI Ireland has denied arguments by the State that the firm is seeking to delay a decision by the European Court of Justice concer(...)

JTI claims that Ireland, as an EU member state, cannot unilaterally introduce plain packaging on tobacco products.  File photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

A supplier of tobacco products is opposing the State’s application to have the Court of Justice of the EU decide various legal issues in a challenge t(...)

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