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And the winners are…

And the winners are…

| December 1, 2010

Tobacco Reporter and BMJ present their annual Golden Leaf Awards. TR Staff Report Representatives of Universal Leaf Tobacco Co., Iggesund Paperboard, Amcor Rentsch, Manifattura Italiana Tabacco, Godioli E Bellanti and the EDAPS Consortium collected their 2010 Golden Leaf Award trophies during a festive ceremony in the ballroom of the Royal Gardenia Hotel in Bangalore, India. […]

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And the winners are

And the winners are

| December 1, 2008

Golden Leaf Awards winners accept trophies in festive atmosphere Representatives of Universal Leaf Tobacco, Tobaccotoday, U.S. Flue-Cured Tobacco Growers and Andromeda Forwarding received their Golden Leaf Awards trophies at a festive ceremony held during Tobacco Reporter’s first Global Tobacco Networking Forum at the Intercontinental Hotel in Rio de Janeiro. George Hendrata, CEO of the Golden […]

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And the winners are …

And the winners are …

| December 3, 2007

Announcing the 2007 winners of the BMJ-sponsored Golden Leaf Awards TR Staff Report Tobacco Reporter is proud to announce the winners of the second Global Leaf Awards competition. The winners are ILTD, the Uncommitted Tobacco Auction, GCH, Colin Mear Engineering and Andromeda Forwarding. Sponsored exclusively by Indonesian paper manufacturer BMJ, the Golden Leaf Awards were […]

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And the winners are…

And the winners are…

| November 5, 2006

Winners of the first Golden Leaf Awards competition. TR Staff Report Tobacco Reporter is pleased to announce the winners of the first Golden Leaf Awards competition. Sponsored exclusively by Indonesian paper manufacturer BMJ, the Golden Leaf Awards were created to recognize professional excellence and dedication in the tobacco industry. We’ve granted awards in five categories—most […]

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Closing Quotes: Aras B. Jaff

Closing Quotes: Aras B. Jaff

| October 3, 2004

IRAQ’S FIRST PRIVATE CIGARETTE MANUFACTURER TR Staff Reports After America’s Coalition Provisional Authority took charge in Iraq last year, it moved quickly to cancel legislation from the Saddam Hussein era. One of the first laws to be repealed was that on tobacco import duties. In the name of free enterprise, Iraq’s tariffs—on all products—were reduced […]

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Rewriting the Book

Rewriting the Book

| June 30, 2004

Many “innovative” packs have been launched in recent years; BAT’s wallet pack, produced on machinery from Colin Mear Engineering is truly different. TR Staff Report The shrinking availability of public space to promote tobacco products has forced cigarette manufacturers to become extremely creative. In recent years, packaging has emerged as the tool of choice for […]

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