The Market for Smoking Tobacco in the Netherlands, 2019 – Imperial Tobacco and BAT have Dominated Sales; However, in Recent Years, Other Suppliers & Private Label Brands Have Proliferated –

Tobacco in the Netherlands, 2019”
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Smoking Tobacco in the Netherlands, 2019 is an
analytical report that provides extensive and highly detailed current
and future market trends in the Dutch tobacco market. It covers market
size and structure along with per capita and overall consumption.
Additionally, it focuses on brand data, retail pricing, prospects, and
forecasts for sales and consumption until 2028.

The Netherlands is one of the largest and most important markets for
smoking tobacco, principally cigarette tobacco. The use of shag or
cigarette tobacco for hand-rolling has been a long-established tradition
in the Netherlands and smoking tobacco accounted for 36.8% of the total
tonnage of tobacco products consumed in 2018. The production of smoking
tobacco in the Netherlands is quite extensive as it remains a major
export base.

Select Report Findings

  • The Netherlands is the second-largest market for smoking tobacco in
    Europe after Germany.
  • The cigarette tobacco sector remains dominant, accounting for 99.9% of
    the smoking tobacco consumed in 2018, or 6,170 tons.
  • All types of smoking tobacco (FCT and pipe) are subject to the same
    levels of duty and taxation.
  • The Dutch smoking tobacco market has traditionally been a duopoly,
    with two major multinationals – Imperial Tobacco and BAT – dominating
    sales. However, in recent years, other suppliers and private label
    brands have proliferated.

Reasons to Buy

  • Get a detailed understanding of consumption to align your sales and
    marketing efforts with the latest trends in the market.
  • Identify the areas of growth and opportunities, which will aid
    effective marketing planning.
  • The differing growth rates in regional product sales drive fundamental
    shifts in the market.
  • This report provides detailed, authoritative data on these changes –
    prime intelligence for marketers.
  • Understand the market dynamics and essential data to benchmark your
    position and to identify where to compete in the future.

Companies Mentioned

  • Imperial Tobacco Nederland
  • BAT Nederland
  • JTI
  • PMI
  • Heupink & Bloemen

Key Topics Covered

  1. Introduction
  2. Executive summary
  3. Definitions
  4. Market context
  5. Tobacco products market, %, 2008 & 2018
  6. Tobacco products market, tons, 2008-2018
  7. Market size and structure
  8. Consumption of smoking tobacco, tons, 2008-2018
  9. Per capita consumption of smoking tobacco, grams per year, 2008-2018
  10. Market segmentation by FCT and pipe tobacco, 2008-2018
  11. Cigarette consumption, MYO/RYO tobacco, 2008-2018
  12. Cigarette consumption, Manufactured v RYO/MYO, 2008-2018
  13. Production and trade
  14. Production of smoking tobacco, tons 2007-2017
  15. Imports, tons, 2007-2017
  16. Imports by country of origin, %, 2017
  17. Imports in packs, volume, 2007-2017
  18. Imports in packs, value, 2007-2017
  19. Exports, tons, 2007-2017
  20. Exports by country of destination, %, 2017
  21. Exports, volume, 2007-2017
  22. Exports, value, 2007-2017
  23. Taxation and retail prices
  24. Smoking Tobacco: Tax Incidence, 2008-2018
  25. EU: Fine-Cut Tobacco, Tax Incidence Comparison, 2018
  26. FCT: Retail Prices, 2013 & 2014
  27. Manufacturers and brands
  28. Fine-Cut Tobacco: Manufacturer Shares, Volume, %, 2007-2017
  29. Fine-Cut Tobacco: Brand Family Shares, Volume, % 2008 & 2011-2017
  30. RYO: Manufacturer Shares, Volume, %, 2011-2015
  31. RYO: Brand Family shares, Volume, %, 2011-2015
  32. RYO: Private Label Brand Family Shares, Volume, %, 2012-2015
  33. MYO: Manufacturer Shares, Volume, %, 2011-2015
  34. MYO: Brand Family Shares, Volume, %, 2011-2015
  35. Company profiles
  36. The smoking population
  37. Adult Smoking Prevalence by Gender, %, 2007-2017
  38. Smoking prevalence among males, by age, 2001, 2005, 2009
  39. Smoking prevalence among females, by age, 2001, 2005, 2009
  40. Smoking prevalence by age, %, 2013
  41. Operating constraints
  42. Advertising restrictions
  43. Heath warnings and labelling requirements
  44. Other restrictions
  45. Distribution
  46. Cigarette Tobacco: Sales by Type of Outlet, 2004-2015
  47. Prospects and forecasts
  48. Fine-cut tobacco consumption, pieces million, 2018-2028
  49. Per capita consumption, grams per year, 2018-2028
  50. Appendix

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Topics: Tobacco

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