Imperial Brands

Imperial Brands PLC was birthed from an amalgamation of 13 British tobacco and cigarette companies. This took place in 1901, and its original name was Imperial Tobacco Group plc.

Over years, Imperial Brands PLC has established a strong track record. It has become an international cigarette company, with presence in around 160 markets. The company’s head office is based in Bristol, United Kingdom.

From its 51 factories worldwide, Imperial Brands PLC has the capability of producing more than 320 billion cigarettes per year. Its brands are in five distinct entities and prioritize more on less harmful products.

As a consumer goods company, it is continually evolving to embrace the rapid transformation and changes in the market. The primary purpose is to bring forth something reliable and sustainable for the smokers in the world.

Meanwhile, the company’s listing can be found on the LSE market. Nonetheless, its strategy is to maximize any available opportunity in the markets.

Latest Imperial Brands News

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Imperial Brands share price: Analysts weigh in on vaping hit

A string of vaping related deaths in the US has thrown the future of the sector into question, weighing on Imperial Brands (LON:IMB), Hargreaves Lansdown has said. The comments came after the blue-chip tobacco group cautioned on earnings yesterday, amid what...

Imperial Brands share price sinks on profit warning

Imperial Brands’ (LON:IMB) has slumped in London this Thursday, as the company cautioned on earnings amid the ongoing crackdown on vaping in the US. The update comes as blue-chip publisher Pearson (LON:PSON) also warned on profits this morning, pointing to...

Imperial Brands share price: Citi remains bullish on group

Citi remains bullish on Imperial Brands (LON:IMB) despite what they reckon is a ‘disappointing’ set of results, Sharecast has reported. The comments came after the company updated investors on its performance this week, revealing a fall in tobacco volumes for...

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