Jumat, 12 Juli 2013

Tobacco flavors facktory,JTI

JTI at a glance

We are a member of the Japan Tobacco Group of Companies (JT), a leading international tobacco product manufacturer

We were formed in 1999 when Japan Tobacco Inc. acquired the non-US operations of tobacco company
R.J. Reynolds

The further acquisition of UK-based Gallaher in 2007 nearly doubled the size of JTI by adding 11,000 new employees.
Today, our company has over 25,000 employees, and operations in 120 countries. Our headquarters are in Geneva, Switzerland. Our diverse employee base is made up of over 100 nationalities building careers at JTI that span our worldwide operations. We are a truly international business.

Our corporate strategy

To be the profit growth engine of the JT Group:
  • Build and nurture outstanding brands
  • Continue to enhance productivity
  • Sharpen focus on responsibility and credibility
  • Develop human resources as a cornerstone of growth

Our brands

We have eight Global Flagship Brands that constitute the core of our brand portfolio. These are the world-renowned brands:
  • Winston – the number two brand worldwide
  • Mild Seven – the top selling charcoal filter cigarette
  • Camel – the original American blend cigarette dating back to 1913
  • Benson & Hedges
  • Silk Cut
  • Sobranie
  • Glamour
  • LD
Our other tobacco products include:
  • Hamlet cigars
  • Old Holborn and Amber Leaf ‘roll-your-own’ tobacco
  • Gustavus Snus, a Swedish smokeless tobacco.

Our numbers in 2011

  • USD 3.9 bn - Adjusted EBITDA(1)
  • 43% - reduction in waste at our factories (2)
  •  USD 11.2 bn - in core revenue
  • 31% - reduction in CO2 emissions at our factories(2)
  • 55% - of the JT Group's Adjusted EBITDA were generated by JTI
  • 500 - Japan Tobacco Inc is a Fortune global 500 listed company 
(1)  Operating Profit + depreciation & amortization + impairment losses on goodwill ±restructuring – related income and costs
(2) Intensity measured per million cigarettes over the period 2003-2011


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