Competition Tracking The report also profiles companies that are expected to remain active in the snus market through 2022, which include British American Tobacco p.l.c, Altria Group, Inc., Imperial Brands PLC, GN Tobacco Sweden AB, Swedish Match AB
(publ), Hay Island Holding Corporation, Manikchand Group, Gotlands Snus Ab, DS Group, and Japan Tobacco Inc.
Swedish Match AB
(STO:SWMA) reported on Friday profit after tax of SEK766m, or EPS of SEK4.36, for the first quarter of 2018, from January 2018 to March 2018.
tobacco regulation, a health advisory panel will vote next week on whether Swedish Match AB
, a Stockholm-based maker of smokeless tobacco products known as snus, can claim they are less harmful than cigarettes, Reuters reported.
9 September 2013 a[euro]" Tobacco group Swedish Match AB
(STO:SWMA) on Monday announced a reorganisation of operations through the combination of its Scandinavia and smokefree products divisions into a new Scandinavia division.
Imperial Tobacco Group plc (B3 positive) and Swedish Match AB
(B2 stable) are more exposed to mature markets but both have diversified products or value brands, which will help reduce the impact of sales declines in those markets.
17 November 2010 - Tobacco and matches group Swedish Match AB
(STO:SWMA) has set a 3.875% coupon on its EUR350m (USD473m) bond, which will be sold in an issue led by Royal Bank of Scotland (LON:RBS) and SEB (STO:SEB ?), Reuters reported on Wednesday.
Perez-Carrillo decided to sell El Credito to Swedish Match AB
, the parent company of General Cigar, and continued contributing to La Gloria Cubana brand with his knowledge and expertise as an executive of the company.
During 2009, Swedish Match AB
agreed to sell its South African operations, SMSA, to Philip Morris International for SA Rand 1.75 billion (Euro 158 million).
embargo on Cuba trade has intensified a legal and lobbying fight between cigar manufacturers Swedish Match AB
of Stockholm and Imperial Tobacco Group Plc of Bristol, England.
District Judge Robert Sweet in Manhattan ruled that New York-based General Cigar, a unit of Swedish Match AB
, didn't own the rights to the brand and violated the trademark, reports Bloomberg News (March 30, 2004):
These include companies such as Altria Group, Inc., British American Tobacco p.l.c, Imperial Brands PLC, Swedish Match AB
(publ), GN Tobacco Sweden AB, Gotlands Snus Ab, Hay Island Holding Corporation, Japan Tobacco Inc., Manikchand Group, and DS Group.