New Consumer Goods market report from Euromonitor International: "Cigars in Iran"
Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/06/2014 -- The smoking of cigars is not common in Iran and volume sales in the category remained very low during 2013. Cigars can be found for sale in tobacco specialists and kiosks. Cigars are sold mainly in single unit packaging, although some tobacco specialists do sell cigars in multipacks. Avid Iranian cigar smokers generally order their cigars directly from tobacco specialists as cigars are not very common in Iran and specific brands are not generally available everywhere.
Cigars remained a very small and highly fragmented category in tobacco in Iran during 2013. Among key suppliers, Altadis SA remained the leading company in 2013 with a 22% volume share, followed by Swisher International Group Inc and Scandinavian Tobacco Group A/S with 9% and 5% volume shares respectively. As an indication of the highly fragmented nature of the category, others accounted for 55% of total volume sales in 2013. In cigarillos, BAT?s Captain Black brand is imported into Iran, although this brand is not widely available.
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Demand for cigars in Iran is not expected to rise significantly over the forecast period as the unit price of around IRR100,000 per cigar is extremely high for the majority of Iranians. Altadis SA is likely to remain the main player in cigars in Iran throughout the forecast period and Captain Black is expected to remain the leading brand in cigarillos. As there is no cigar smoking culture in Iran, the category is unlikely to see any major changes.
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- What is the market size of Cigars in Iran?
- What are the major brands in Iran?
- What are the main distribution channels for cigars in Iran and which are performing well?
- What is the proportion of hand-made versus machine manufactured cigars in Iran?
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Product coverage: Cigarillos, Cigars Excluding Cigarillos.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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