"Cigarettes in Italy, 2016" is an analytical report by GlobalData that provides extensive and highly detailed current and future market trends in the Italian market. The report offers market size and structure of the overall and per capita consumption based upon a unique combination of industry research, fieldwork, market sizing analysis, and our in-house expertise.
Italy is one of the largest duty paid cigarette markets in Western Europe, however, since 2006, cigarette consumption in the country is declining. The market almost entirely comprises filter cigarettes of blond American or European blended varieties; dark blends now accounting for no more than 1.2% of sales. As in many western markets, a strong trend towards lower tar products has developed, partly in response to EU regulatory changes. As a result, light cigarettes now account for over 61% of sales.
- Rising prices have resulted in down trading with the super-low value segment now accounting for one in 10 sales. - Full flavor products account for the majority of sales and filter cigarettes accounted for over 99.9% of sales in 2015. - PMI leads the overall market, holding over a half of the market share, and Marlboro is the leading brand family in Italy. - Export activity has emerged as a major feature of the Italian market, with 1,428 million pieces exported in 2014.
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- 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 MentionedAltadis
BAT Italia SpA
Table of Contents 1. Overview 5 2. Market Size 7 3. Market Structure 16 4. Manufacturers & Brands 20 5. Taxation & Retail 31 5.1. Taxation 31 5.2. Retail Prices 35 6. The Smoking Population 47 7. Production & Trade 51 7.1. Production 51 7.2. Imports 52 7.3. Exports 55 8. Operating Constraints 57 8.1. Advertising Restrictions 57 8.2. Health Warnings/Labelling Requirements 57 8.3. Other Restrictions 58 9. Company Profiles 60 8.4. BAT Italia SpA 60 10. Prospects & Forecasts 61 11. Appendix 63 11.1. What is this Report About? 63 11.2. Time Frame 63 11.3. Product Category Coverage 63 11.4. Methodology 63 11.5. About GlobalData 65 11.6. Disclaimer 66 List of TablesList of Tables Table 1: Cigarette Consumption, 1990-2015 9 Table 2: Cigarette & RYO Sales, 2000-2015, Billion Pieces 10 Table 3: Per Capita Consumption, 1990-2015 11 Table 4: Consumption including non-duty paid supplies 1990-2014 13 Table 5: Retail Sales Value, 1990-2015 14 Table 6: Imports by Country of Origin, Volume, 2000-2014, Million Pieces 16 Table 7: Imports by Country of Origin, Volume, 2000-2014, % 16 Table 8: Cigarette Sales by Price Sector, 2009-2011% 17 Table 9: Cigarettes Sales by Price Sector, 2013-2014, % 17 Table 10: Manufacturer Sales, Million Pieces, 2000-2015 21 Table 11: Manufacturer Sales Shares, %, 2000-2015 23 Table 12: Brand Family Shares, % Volume, 2000-2015, 24 Table 13: Cigarette Brand Numbers, 2002-2011 25 Table 14: Cigarette Brand Numbers, Index, 2002-2011 26 Table 15: The Structure of Taxation, 2000-2015 32 Table 16: EU Countries, Retail Price & Tax Incidence Comparison, 2016 33 Table 17: Retail Price Trends, Most Popular Price Category, 1990-2016 35 Table 18: Retail Prices: Leading Brand Families, €, 2004-2015 36 Table 19: Retail Prices: Selected Brands, €, 2005-2015 37 Table 20: Retail Prices, April 2016 39 Table 21:Smoking population,1990-2014 47 Table 22: Smoking Population by Age & Gender, 2001, 2003, 2008 & 2013, % Breakdown 48 Table 23: Prevalence of Cigarette Smoking by Age & Gender, 2011, % of Smokers 48 Table 24: Prevalence of Cigarette Smoking by Region & Gender, %, 2009 49 Table 25: Smoking Prevalence by Region, %, 2001-2005 49 Table 26: Daily Cigarette Consumption, %, 1998-2003 50 Table 27: Production of Cigarettes, 1990-2014 51 Table 28: Imports of Cigarettes, 1990-2014 52 Table 29: Imports of Cigarettes by Country of Origin, Volume, 2000-2014, Million Pieces 53 Table 30: Imports of Cigarettes by Country of Origin, Volume, 2000-2014, % 54 Table 31: Exports of Cigarettes, 1990-2014 55 Table 32: Company profile: BAT Italia SPA 60 Table 33: Consumption Forecasts to 2025 62 List of FiguresList of Figures Figure 1: Methodology 63
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