"Cigarettes in Singapore, 2018", is an analytical report that provides extensive and highly detailed current and future market trends in Singapore.
Smoking has traditionally been widespread, however tax increases has been driving up prices, and increased restrictions on public smoking have led to the smoking prevalence rate to decline. Until recently, smoker numbers have changed relatively little. There are currently 0.48 million adults smoking regularly or occasionally, with 23.1% of adult male and 3.6% female smokers in 2016, or 13.1% of the adult population. In per capita terms, legitimate consumption now averages around 472 pieces in 2017, compared with 809 pieces in 2000 and 1,180 pieces in 1990.
What else does this report offer?
- 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.
- Detailed information such as market shares and recent developments of the manufacturers, leading brands along with company profiles.
- Regulations, taxation, retail pricing, smoking habit and the growing health concerns affecting overall production.
- Prospects and forecasts of overall sales and consumption for 2017 to 2027.
- Market volume in 2017 was 2.8 billion pieces
- In per capita terms, Singaporen consumers consumed an average of 472 cigarettes in 2017.
- 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.
- As consumers’ product demands evolve, the dynamics between different countries also change - favoring some countries and leaving others increasingly out of line with demand patterns. As a result, understanding the specific market dynamics of the country's market is crucial to ensuring maximum future sales.
- 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.
2. Market Size
3. Market Structure
4. Manufacturers & Brands
5. Taxation & Retail
5.2. Retail Prices
6. The Smoking Population
7. Production & Trade
8. Operating Constraints
8.1. Advertising Restrictions
8.2. Health Warnings
8.3. Other Restrictions
9. Company Profiles
10. Prospects & Forecasts
11.1. What is this Report About?
11.2. Time Frame
11.3. Product Category Coverage
List of Tables
Table 1: Cigarette Consumption, Million Pieces, 1990-2017
Table 2: Per Capita Consumption, 1990-2017
Table 3: Cigarette Consumption by Type, Million Pieces, 2000-2016
Table 4: Cigarette Consumption by Type, % Breakdown, 2000-2016
Table 5: Cigarettes by Strength, % Volume, 2010
Table 6: Manufacturer Sales & Market Share, Million Pieces, 2000-2015
Table 7: Manufacturer Sales & Market Share, % Volume, 2000-2015
Table 8: Excise Duties on Cigarettes, S$Per Kg, 1992-2018
Table 9: Retail Price Trends, Average Pack Prices, S$, 2004-2016
Table 10: Smoking population,1990-2016
Table 11: Daily Smoking Prevalence by Age, Gender & Ethnic Group, % br 2010
Table 12: Prevalence of Daily Smoking by Gender & Ethnic Group, %, 1992, 1998, 2004 & 2010
Table 13: Cigarette Production, Million Pieces & %, 1990-2016
Table 14:Cigarette Imports, Million Pieces & %, 1990-2016
Table 15: Cigarette Imports by Country of Origin, Million Pieces, 2006-2016
Table 16:Cigarette Imports by Country of Origin, % Volume, 2006-2016
Table 17: Exports of Cigarettes, Million Pieces, 1990-2016
Table 18:Cigarette Exports by Country of Destination, Million Pieces, 2006-2016
Table 19: Cigarette Exports by Country of Destination, % Volume, 2006-2016
Table 20: Company profile: Philip Morris Singapore Pte Ltd
Table 21: Company profile: British American Tobacco Singapore
Table 22: Company profile: JT International (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Table 23: Consumption Forecasts to 2026
List of Figures
Figure 1: Methodology