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Iran: Cigarettes in short supply .................. 20 Technology on display: TR previews The Hague .... 36 Symposium program ......................... 38 List of exhibitors ............................ 39 Descriptions of displays ...................... 44 Bulgaria sets sights on light leaf market .......... 64 U.S. flue-cured growers search for buyers .........

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Named Person
Adams, Peter
Akins, Gene
Alegre, Manuel
Alston, Julian M.
Alverson, William
April, Sunday
Armstrong, John
Arthur, Thomas D.
Barker, Paul
Beek, Van
Beermann, Inge
Bell, C. Stanley
Bell, Graham
Bickers, Chris
Bignall, Fred
Boden, Richard M.
Braddock, Michael
Bray, J. Robert
Brodin, Hans
Bunting, Colin
Bunting, Richard
Burns, Terry
Butler, Adam
Campbell, William
Carrel, Manuel
Cesar, Julio
Chambers, George
Coins, Bob
Cole, John E.
Cremin, Robert H. (PM Sales & Marketing VP (1978-83))
R.H. Cremin was a Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Philip Morris, Inc. from 1978 to 1983. (Source: Philip Morris Summary - PMI Liability Notebook)
Dewitt, John
Dom, Peter
Domingo, Santo
Dwyer, R. William, Jr.
Edwards, Thomas
Evelyn, Aubrey
Finch, Charlie
Flavors, Bell
Fleckenstein, John
Fletcher, Robert (Regional Public Affairs Manager)
1989 Hong Kong
Freeman, John P. (Professor, Bus. & Legal Ethics, Univ. of SC Law School)
Member, Ohio and South Carolina Bars. Freeman specialized in teaching business courses and legal ethics. Taught legal ethics for 23 years at the University of South Carolina, has written and lectured extensively on the topics of legal ethics and Attorney-client privilege. Served as a member of the South Carolina Bar Ethic's Advisory Committee.
Frick, Walter
Fuente, Arthur
Fuente, Carlos
Giglio, Dara L.
Gilbert, Diane E.
Gooch, Peggy
Gordon, Lou
Greig, Colin C. (BAT R&D, Southampton, England (1974-1997))
Colin C. Grieg worked for British American Tobacco Company as a Group Leader in the Product Development Department, B.A.T. Group Research and Development Center in Southampton, England, circa 1979.
Hansen, Norman
Hart, Dwight
Head, Hilton
Heinz, Edward N.
Hertz, Alfred N.
Ho, Peter E.
Holland, Keith
Holloway, Peter
Hook, Richard G.
Israel, J. Cart
Johnston, James Wesley (CEO of RJR c. 1989-95)
CEO of RJR domestic, c. 1989
Keller, Kenneth
Kent, Kent
Kiger, Hugh
Kirby, Michael
Koehne, Walter
Kruger, Andre
Lanigan, Nick
Laurence, Michel
Layton, Max
Leaf, Ken
Lee, Charles W., Jr.
Lester, Reginald
Lights, Kent Golden
Lipton, Thomas I.
Llaneza, Frank
Lloyd, Nathaniel
Lobur, Joann
Logan, John
Madsen, John K.
Manzo, Mark
Marie, Jean
Mason, Paul
Mason, Ronald T.
Matlick, Dayton
Mazur, Gerald R.
Mcarthur, Colin S.
McArthur, Douglas (General; smoked corncob pipe and cigs)
McMurtrie, Andrew "Drew" (BW Supervisory Projects Manager)
Group Development
Meier, Manuel
Meixner, Ferdinand
Menendez, C. Moran
Miquel, Cristina
Model, David
Moran, Julio C.
Morgan, W. Tommy, III
Morse, Roy E., Ph.D. (RJR Director, 1981-1984)
Roy Morse is former research chief of R.J. Reynolds. He says that as soon as Edwin Jacob, who ran the CTR/Special Projects division, funded a scientific study, it was privileged and couldn't be used in court (WSJ 2/11/93). Roy E. Morse was a Director for RJR Tobacco Co. 1981-1984. (Source: R. J. Reynolds Summary - RJR Liability Notebook). He served as Vice President of Research and Development and on the Board of Directors in 1980, as Senior Vice President in 1982, Member of the Board of Directors of the CTR prior to 1984, and as Senior Scientific Advisor in 1985. He worked for RJR Tobacco as Vice President of Research & Development in 1980, served on the Board of Directors from 1980 to the present, and as Senior Vice President from 1982 to the present. (Source: RJR Who's Who NMLRP)
Nelson, William
Neuhauser, Kurt
Newman, Millard W.
Newman, Stanford I.
Nova, Barry J. (Sr. VP Marketing & Sales, U.S. Smokeless Tobacco c.1980)
Also served on Tobacco Insttite Executive Committee, Board of Directors and Communications Committee.
Ordway, Mary
Pare, Paul (Chairman and CEO of Imasco Ltd (Canada) c. 1978-85)
Paul Pare' was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Imasco Ltd. (Canada) in 1985. P. Pare (R.G. Baker LT 2/4/85 & chart BW#680582458).
Parks, Richard V.
Payne, John
Perez, Alfredo
Perez, Luis
Phillips, Rudy M.
Port, Virginia
Raven, Vivian F.
Ray, Philip
Rosen, Mike
Rosen, Sue
Ruiz, Armando G.
Sanders, W. Lee
Schwartz, James P.
Sharp, Norman
Shelton, Anne
Silberstein, Donald A.
Sineath, Jim
Smit, Bart
Snodgrass, Frank
Snodgrass, Frank B.
Southern, Colin
Southgate, Martin
Steinbrecher, Donald H.
Stone, Mark
Story, Edwin
Strange, William J.
Summers, Frank B., Jr.
Sumner, Daniel A.
Swindell, Jim
Terrace, Chase
Thompson, Chris
Thompson, John R.
Torok, Eva
Townsend, Christoper
Trenkle, Robert W.
Tribble, Gregory D.
Trull, Olin C.
Unger, Jan A.
Van, Jan
Ward, Elise
Wayne, Kirk
Weissman, George (PM Chairman & CEO '79-84)
Vice President of Philip Morris from 1954 to 1956. Vice President and Assistant to the President in 1957. Vice President of Marketing from 1958-59. Executive Vice President of Marketing in 1960. Exec. VP Overseas in 1961, Exec. VP PM International 1962-66. President from 1967 to 1972. President and Chief Operating Officer in 1973. Vice Chairman from 1974-78. Chair and CEO from '79-84 and on the Board of Directors from 1959-84.
West, Peter Wood
Whitehead, Ronald L.
Wilson, Robert W.
Witt, Eli
Wolf, Dale E.
Wolf, Dr. ---
Defense
Wolff, Robin K.
Woodall, Joan
Young, Norman
Zanini, Giuseppe
Named Organization
Advertising Age (periodical)
Agriculture Department (USDA)
Arjay Equipment Corporation
B.A.T. Industries PLC (BAT)
British American Tobacco Industry, parent company of Brown & Williamson Tobacco Co. in the U.S.
Benson & Hedges Canada, Ltd.
British-American Tobacco Co Ltd (British-American Tobacco Co. Ltd.)
British-American Tobacco Company Limited was a operating group under B.A.T. Industries P.L.C. in 1985.
Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation (B&W)
Subsidiary of BAT U.S., located in Louisville, KY.
Coresta (Industry-affiliated Int'l scientific/research group)
An international organization whose objective is "to improve cooperation in scientific research and tobacco." Consists of 186 member companies/institute from 54 countries, including tobacco, paper and filter companies, and universities engaged in tobacco research.
Crompton & Knowles (Adds tobacco extract to cigarettes)
Crompton & Knowles adds tobacco extract to cigarettes, per ABC's Day One program.
DuPont
Ecusta (major cigarette paper supplier)
EEC (European Economic Community)
European Economic Community
European Community
Export Leaf Tobacco Co. (Purchases, processes and stores U.S. tobaccos.)
Purchases, processes and stores U.S. tobaccos.
Filtrona (Manufacutre Reynold's Filters)
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Foreign Agricultural Service
Free Choice Inc.
General Foods
Haarmann & Reimer Corp. (Supplier of tobacco extracts in 1993)
supplier of tobacco extracts in 1993
Hercules
Imasco Ltd. (Canada) (Tobacco, fast-food retailing co. in Canada)
A tobacco, fast food and retailing company in Montreal, Canada. The leading Canadian tobaco company in 1994.
Imperial Tobacco Co. (Determined optimum nicotine levels for cigarettes)
Did testing pre-1972? of U.K. smokers and concluded that the optimum nicotine delivery for the cigarette, and that stepwise reductions in delivery caused progressive rejection by consumers (see Project Wheat)
International Flavors & Fragrances Inc.
ITC (India Tobacco Company)
India Tobacco Company
Japan Tobacco Inc. (Japanese gov't -owned tobacco company)
Japanese government -owned tobacco company, until 1994.
Liggett Group Inc. (American cigarette manufacturer)
American cigarette manufacturer, was the first to start selling discount brands (GPC)
Marsh & McLennan
Mobil Oil
North Carolina State University
Olin
PepsiCo Inc.
Philip Morris & Co. Ltd. (Cigarette manufacturer, incorporated in U.S. in 1902)
Philip Morris & Co. Ltd.., was incorporated in New York in April of 1902; half the shares were held by the parent company in London, and the balance by its U.S. distributor and his American associate. Its overall sales in 1903, its first full year of U.S. operation, were a modest seven million cigarettes. Among the brand offered, besides Philip Morris, were Blues, Cambridge, Derby, and a ladies favorite name for the London street where the home companies factory was located - Marlborough.
Philip Morris Companies Inc. (Parent company of Philip Morris USA, Kraft, Miller)
America's seventh-largest industrial enterprise in 1993, owns Kraft, Miller Brewing, General Foods, and more.
Philip Morris Incorporated (Philip Morris U.S.A.) (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Philip Morris Co., Inc.)
A wholly-owned subsidiary of Philip Morris Co., Inc.
Philip Morris International Inc. (A subsidiary of Philip Morris Cos (1994))
A wholly-owned subsidiary of Philip Morris Companies in 1994
Philip Morris U.S.A. (See Philip Morris Incorporated)
See Philip Morris Incorporated
Pinkerton Tobacco Co. (Leading producer of chewing tobacco in 1987)
the leading producer of chewing tobacco in 1987
Proctor & Schwartz (Made Dryers for RL Process)
R.J. Reynolds Corporation (second tier subsidiary of RJR Industries)
R.J. Reynolds Industries, Inc.
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. (Cigarette manufacturer (Camel, Winston, Doral))
Cigarette manufacturer (Camel, Winston, Doral)
RJR-MacDonald
Rothmans International
Rutgers University
Sigma (Plastic bag manufacturer)
Standard Commercial (Leaf buyer)
TAN (Tobacco Action Network)
Organization created by the tobacco industry to galvanize "grass roots" political action from among those who work in some capacity for the tobacco industry: growers, manufacturers, retailers of cigarettes, etc.
Tobacco Associates Inc.
Tobacco Chemists Research Conference (Formerly known as the Tobacco Science Research Conference)
Tobacco Institute (Industry Trade Association)
The purpose of the Institute was to defeat legislation unfavorable to the industry, put a positive spin on the tobacco industry, bolster the industry's credibility with legislators and the public, and help maintain the controversy over "the primary issue" (the health issue).
Tobacco International
U.S. Department of Agriculture
University of Hawaii

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Delft-National Chemie B.V. PO Box 13 7200 AA Zutphen Netherlands Delft-National Chemie GmbH Posffach 1240 672 Speyer/Rhein Deutschland National Adhesives & Resins Ltd. Galvin Road Slough, Berks SL1 4DF England BericoI-National S.A. PO Box 248 69658 Villefranche SISaone, France Stand N-52 These four subsidiaries of National Starch & Chemical Corporation in Bridgewater, Connecticut, USA, will of- fer complete information on their adhesives products. N otional W.H. Dickinson Engineering Limited Moorside Road Winchester Hampshire SO23 7SS England Stand C-28 Founded in 1969, W.H. Dickinson Engineering designs and manufactures leaf and primary processing equip- ment for the tobacco industry worldwide. Among the range of machinery available are case handling equip- ment; continuous conditioning equipment for com. pressed lamina; casing and conditioning cylinders for all applications; band, vibratory and pneumatic convey- ing systems; flow control systems; cutter feed systems; stems conditioning and shredding plants; dryers for cut stem and lamina, incorporating the latest enhancement techniques; bulking and blending silos; box filling equipment; and complete control systems offering all levels of present technology. During the Exhibition, special emphasis will be plac- ed on the ITM dryer, drying in high humidity steam, shredding, cutter feed systems, and general product enhancement techniques. Representing Dickinson will be: E.J. Allen, Managing director N.J. Ctuett, Sales director DICKINSON Ecusta Paper & Film Group A Division of Otin corporation PO Box 200 Pisgah Forest, North Carotina 28768 U.S.A. Stand C-14 Ecusta will illustrate its full range of tobacco-related papers, including cigarette papers, tipping papers and plug wrap. Representing Ecusta will be: Michael Kirby, Director of International Sales R.P. Weslake, Regional manager--South Africa & Mid- dle East William Alverson, Regional manager--Latin & South America Max Layton, Regional manager--Western Europe Tom Toering, Regional manager--Far East E.E. Stewart, Technical services manager J.W. Townsend, Director of sales John R. Thompson, Tobacco products manager Peter Adams, Marketing communications manager Eurofill BV Verpakkingsindustrie Grote Tocht 99 I I 1507 CE Zaandam I I Netherlands Stand C-27 Eurofill Aerosols will feature its wide range of gas lighters and aerosol refills which are available for pro- motional activities. Shown here is Eurofill's new factory in Zaandam. In attendance will be: Jan Aupers, Sales director Ti5630531:
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YOU S :P EAK WITH AUTHiO RITY, Our port managers thrive on Bill and his crews didn't challenges.Whenyou call miss abeat.Thirteen days they listen hard and act fast. later they had the area ship- Just recently,Wilmington shape.And anew container got operator shipping through B~ll Edwards and Bob Goia~ N C Ports mar~gr~ a callfmm oneofthe world's latest container operators. "We'd li,,k~ to ship through your port,' their traffic man- ager said,'"out we'll need a five and a half acre area paved and fenced','he h,e, sitat- ed,"within two weeks'. Wilmington. Meanwhile, Morehead City manager Bob Coins had a challenge of his own. ATurkish tobacco company traffic manager wanted to increase his Morehead shipments. "But we'll need 100,000 more square feet of storage space and an all- wea, t,,h, er rail loading fadlity And', he added,"we need it fast1' Theygot it fast.Bob and port engineers qtfickly combined four sheds over the all-weather fadlity, more storage space and more Turkish tobacco business. At the North Carolina Ports, g,o~d. ~ customer ser- vice isn t just talk. We know that if we can't deliver, you'll find someone else who can. And giving you what you ask for is very good for busi- ness. Yours and ours. So if you're not speaking with as much authority as you'd like, call Bill at 919/762-8307 or Bob at 919/726-3158 or call toll- free at 800/334-0682. Just saythebossiscalling. ~o~h - North Carolh,a State Ports Authon'ty, P. O Bar 9002 Wilmington, N C 28402 and RO Drauer 822 Morehead Ci~ N C 2855Z Offices: Wilmb~gton, Morehead Cil'~ Raleigh, Winston-Salem, New York Tok)v. TI56305314
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Fabreeka Products Company, Inc. PC Box F 1190 Adams Street Boston, Massachusetts 02124 U.S.A. Fabreeka-Canada Limited 3279 Lenworth Drive Mississauga, Ontario L4X 2G9 Canada Fabreeka Products Company Chasetown Industrial Estate The Ring Road off Cannock Road Chase Terrace WS7 8JS Staffordshire, England Fabreeka b.v. Grotendorst 18 Postbus 50 1720 AB Broek op Langedijk FA EEKA Stand 1'6 Fabreeka will exhibit samples of its conveyor belting which is manufactured specifically for the tobacco pro- cessor. Featured will be specialty conveyor belts in- cluding Ribbed Asendor, Chevron Asendor, Cleated, and others for use on Silos and Selvage Edges. Attending for Fabreeka will be: Frank B. Summers Jr., Vice president C. Stanley Bell, Manager--U.K. Jan W.H. van Hoogerwou, Manager--Holland Ronald T. Mason, Canada Andre Kruger, Holland Hauni-Werke Koerber & Co. KG Kampchaussee 8-30 D-2050 Hamburg 80 West Germany A. Heinen GmbH Maschinenfabrik PC Box 1320 D-2030 Varel 1 West Germany LNI Electronics SoA. PC Box 250 CH-1211, Geneva 16 Switzerland Decoufle S.A.R.L. 6, Bd. Jourdan F-75014 Paris France Stand G-2 These four members of the Koerber Group will have a joint display featuring information about their range of machinery: tobacco processing, cigarette and ~ter rod making, electronic control systems, complete tobacco factories and processing plants, and other Filtrona Instruments and Denbigh Road, Bletchley Milton Keynes MKI IDH England Stand G-8 The trend of quality assurance instrumentation towards increased application of microprocassors--as describ- ed in TOBACCO REPORTER's January 1984 issue-- will be strongly highlighted at Filtrona's stand. Out in front will be the new family of automatic test stations, first seen in Richmond last September and now com- prehensively re-engineered and enhanced. Filtrona's latest design strategy permits various combinations of weight, circumference, ventilation, pressure drop and hardness measurements, with or without indexed col- lection of rods. Show for the first time will be Filtrona's new |ully automatic paper permeability meter (PPM 300). This console-mounted instrument also reflects the current use of programmability and computing power to offer users the widest ever choice of protocols on the widest ever range of paper types and sizes. Other exhibits will be a low-cost computerized weight classifier and the recently introduced reel-to-reel non- destructive tipping paper monitor. Among Filtrona's representatives will be: Nick Lanigan, Managing director Keith Holland, Technical director Chris Thompson, Marketing manager Dennis AIIman, Senior technical engineer AB Hbgfeldt & Co. Master Samuelsgatan 9 S-111 44 Stockholm Sweden AB Hogfeldt will exhibit its new APS mechanical tipp- ing perforator BLP 85 500, a new heavy-duty model featuring stronger frames, electrically operated grinding equipment, sophisticated web control and other options. Representing Hogfeldt will be: Hans Brodin, Sales director special equipment for the tobacco industry. Fred Bignall, Technical director 52 TR--March, 1984 Ti56305315
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Hellmerin.g, Kohne & Co. Am Wall 196 2800 Bremen 1 West Germany Stand F-6 On display will be information about products and ser- vices available from this company of leaf tobacco mer- chants, packers and exporters. Hellmering, Kohne are founders and partners of the Bremer Tabakboerse and the Deutsch-lndonesische Tabak-Handelsgesellschaft. Representatives will be: Walter Koehne, Partner Wotfgang Koehne, Partner H. Heitmann, Director F. Engelsman, Director H.G. Vassmer, Assistant director I'nfrared Engineering Limited 40/42 High Street Maldon, Essex CM9 7PN England Associated with: Infrared Engineering Inc. (U.S.A.) Infrared Engineering SARL (France) Infrared Engineering KK (Japan) Stand F-7 Available will be full information about the company's range of infrared based moisture measuring in- struments for primary production, including its latest on-line instrument, the MM44. In addition, the company offers a microprocessor based display and control package, the DS4/T, which is used to monitor and con- trol operation of dryers, belts and humidifiers. in attendance from Infrared will be: M.D. Nolan, Managing director P.H. Hindle, Director M. Allen, European sales coordinator K-Tron Soder AG Maschinenfabrik CH-5702 Niederlenz Switzerland Associated with: K-Tron Corporation (U.S.A.) KoTron International Inc. (U.S.A.) K-Tron Scaler S.A.R.L. (France) Stand 65 K-Tron Soder will show the latest design of its weigh belt feeder, type WF-600, suitable for tobacco feeding. The new model is equipped with the digital mass transducer DMT-ED 60, a weighing element which determines weight by means of mass comparison. Also being shown is a model of the company's loss-in-weight feeders, featuring the latest self-adaptive microprocessor-controller. Representing K-Tron will be: W. Luescher, General manager R. Lanz, Regional sales manager U. Wiedenbeck, Regional sales manager C.B. Kaymich & Co. Limited Leigh Street Sheffield $9 2PR England Stand N-17 On display will be a complete range of Kaymich - adhesive application equipment, including the new model GF3 gravity feed hot melt unit for porous wrap filter plug making and the latest Mark 11 gravity feed cigarette side seam nozzle gluing system for high speed making machines. Kaymich personnel in attendance will be: G.B. Bedford, M~naging director P.D. Leverick, Technical director P.D. Raddon, Director--Eurotechnik TR--March, 1984 53 TI56305316
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Societe JOB 83 Btd. Exeimans 1'A1~ 75781 Paris Cedex 16 ~ France Papeteries Braunstein B.P. 43 74201 Thonon-les-Bsins France Stand N-51 Societe JOB and its affiliate, Papeteries Braunstein, will display information about a wide range of high quality paper products for the cigarette industry, including cigarette papei', tipping paper, plugwrap, acetate filter rods, paper filter rods, soft pack wrapping paper, and papers in booklet form for the roll-your-own market. Representing JOB will be: Claude Papet, Commercial manager Michel Laurence, Export manager Michael Braddock, Area sales manager Jean-Marie Nerou, Head of laboratory--paper division Francois Coq, Head of laboratory--filters division Uppoel Leaf B,V, O.Z. Voorgurgwal 266 1012 GL Amsterdam Netherlands Stand N-1 Established in 1981, Lippoel Leaf supplies both bright and dark leaf tobaccos to the cigarette and cigar in- dustry around the world. Visitors to the stand will meet the company's team of leaf experts and be able to discuss the companies activities in various parts of the world. Lippoel's associated companies are: Lippoel Leaf Italy, s.r.I. (Italy) Lippoel Leaf America, Inc. (U.S.A.) Lippoel Africa (Pvt.) Ltd. (Zimbabwe) P.T. Pandu Sata Utama (Indonesia) Ling Systems Limited Uttle End Road Eaton Socon, St. Neots Huntingdon, Cambs PE19 3JH England Stand C.44 Featured will be a new product from Ling Systems-- STOR, Standard Tower On-line Reservoir. STOR has been developed to protect and maintain production flow on high-speed cigarette packaging lines by providing on-line high density accumulating storage between dif- ferent types of machinery. Representing the company will be: H.E. van de Stadt, Managing director G. van Hattem, Director R.C. Resink, Leaf manager for bright tobaccos J.P.M. Otto, Leaf manager for dark tobaccos Nathaniei Lloyd & Co. Ltd. Bridge Street ~ Horwich, Bolton Lancashire BL6 7BT England Stand N-33 Featured on the stand will be the company's range of tear tapes for cigarette and cigar manufacturers worldwide. Of special interest are the three new addi- tions to the Nathaniel Lloyd "Sefer" family of tear tapes: a pre-coated tape which features a novel coating pat- tern de=~g.ned to minimize bleed-out; a co-extruded OPP tape which gives gre~ter yield and does not suf- fer from UV browning as does the coated OPP after- native; and an 11mm wide tape suitable for promotions. brand launches and special offers. 54 TRmMa~h, 1984 Miquel y Costas & Miquel, S.A. Tuset, 10 ~1~ Apartado Postal 629 Barcelona 6, Spain Stand F-10 Visitors and customers to the stand will be able to ob- tain information about the company's recent developments in its range of cigarette papers, plugwrap and tipping papers; its progress in process control and future possibilities; and the state of the art in electroper- foration of ventilated tipping papers. Miguel y Costas personnel present will be: Alberto Gabarro, Commercial director Cristina Miquel, Director cigarette paper division Me|ct',or Sit,tee, Director technical services Cyr Perez, Area mar~ager Luis de la Aides, Area manager TI5630531;
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Previews The Haque ,, Moplefan SpA A Subsidiary of Montepo~imeri--Montedison Group Via T. Taramelli, 26 20124 Milan, italy Associated with: Montedison SpA (Milan) Montedison Austria GmbH (Vienna) Montedison Belgio SA (Brussels) Montedison France SA (Paris) Montedison Deutschland GmbH (Frankfurt) Eschborn BEI (Frankfurt) Montedison U.K. Ltd. (London) Montedison Nederland N.V. (Rotterdam) Montedison Hispania S.A. (Barcelona) Montedison Skandinavien A/S (Goteborg) Montedison Suisse S.A. (Basel) Montedison U.S.A. (New York) Stand C-6 Moplefan will display its coated OFBS and OLS coex- truded OCS polypropylene films manufactured special- ly for cigarette wrapping and multi-packing. Personnel in attendance will= be: Jan van den Bos, Export manager F. Mattioli, Technical depart.ment G. Maroni, Marketing department Naarden International N.V. 28 Huizerstraatweg ~F~ 1411 GP Naarden Netherlands Stand N-42 On display will be highlights of the company's range of flavorings for the tobacco industry. Representing Naarden wilt be: Wiebe Mutder, Product group manager--tobacco Henk W.M. van Drooge, Senior flavorist--tobacco Frans J. Tempelman, Product manager--tobacco lnge Boomsma, Secretary--tobacco group Ontario Flue-Cured Tobacco Growers Marketing Board 4 Elm Street Tillsonburg, Ontario N4G 4H4 Canada Stand N-IO On display will be samples of Canadian flue-cured tobacco. Board representatives on hand will be fully qualified to provide information on Canada's tobacco, including details on the new earlier maturing varieties being produced. Attending will be: Albert Bouw, Vice chairman D. Burgess, Director G. Demaiter, Director C. Szucs, Director M.E. Lepage, Assistant secretary PMB Patent Machinebouw B.V. Dillenburgstraat 9b 5652 AM Eindhoven Holland PMB Svenska AB PO Box 914 S-391 29 Kalmar Sweden PMB Inc. PO Box 34410 Richmond, Virginia 23234 U.S.A. Stand N-22 On the PMB stand will be displayed pictures and video films of the company's wide range of machines and equipment, particularly the latest developments for cigar manufacture--the advanced multi-cut system, AMC. PMB's delivery program includes: feeders, threshers and separators, driers, blending and silo systems, etc., for tobacco primary plants for cigarette, cigar, pipe tobacco and snuff manufacturers; waste tobacco recycling systems--the bandtobacco machines of the DIB-system and the Austria ARL process; a wide range of cigar machinery, such as rod-bunch systems, over- rolling machines for natural and sheet tobacco wrap- per, bobbin systems and the AMC; speed-up kits for cigar overrolling machines; trays, tray loaders and unloaders; cigar finishing equipment, such as tipping, banding, film wrapping, cedarwood wrapping, hole pier- cing, etc.; KDM boxmaking machines; new develop- ments of cigar model parts; spare parts, modification kits, and model conversion parts for Arenco and PMB type machines; and spare parts for other makes of cigar machinery such as AMF and York. Re presenti ngP M B will be: g :M=B J. Holland, PMB-Hogand R. van der Heiden, PMS-Hoiland B. Almen, PMB-Svenska TI56305319
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John Payne Engineering Limited Winchester, Hampshire i England ~ Stand F-9 John Payne Engineering will exhibit a selection of rebuilt machinery and sub-assemblies in working con- dition as examples of the range of machinery which the company is able to supply. The range includes tobac- co cutters from Molins, Hauni and Legg; stem roller, cigarette makers and ~ppers from Molins and Hauni; soft cut, hinge lid and shell and slide packers from AMF- Sasib and Molins; wrappers, parcellers, boxers and overwrappers from Molins, Marden Edwards, G.D and Schmermund. Also on display will be John Payne's electrostatic per- forator, introduced last year. A range of spare parts and rebuilt assemblies will complete the illustration of the company's offerings. In attendance will be: M.J. Payne, Managing director R.F. Woodthorpe, Production director R. Mayo, Sales manager R. Beedle, Commercial/technical sales manager P. Gasson, Development engineer F. Smith, Engineer Proctor & Schwartz, Inc. 251 Gibraltar Road Horsham, Pennsylvania 19044 U,S.A. Stand N-19 On display will be Proctor & Schwartz's complete line of leaf and strip redryers, dipped filler dryers and stem dryers, as well as the new Model 820 DM weigh belt with microprocessor control and a line of butking and blending silos. In addition, a range of tobacco products processed on Proctor dryers will be prominently displayed. Pol.lyflame International B.V. De Lasso 4 PO Box 175 2370 AD Roelofarendsveen Holland Stand C-27 Makers of disposable and refillable cigarette lighters, Pollyflame will be introducing its new product, a Piezo/electronic disposable lighter to be launched on the European market. Representing Pollyflame will be: Richard Peersmann Bob Hoyng Bart Smit Carul Knippenberg Luc Vulto Proctor personnel in attendance will be: James P. Schwartz Walter Frick C. van Altena lain Gillies Norman Young Burke Owen Start Moyer ~, 1984 57 TL563~5320
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Previews The Weismullerstrasse 28-40 D-6000 Frankfert am Main 61 West Germany Stand N-24 Degesch GmbH manufactures, sells and applies highly toxic gasses for pest control puspeses. Especially in the field of hydrogen phosphide, Degesch products are used to keep tobacco clean of pest infestation. The latest developments in fumigation technology are Degesch-Plate and Degesch-Strip which prevent any negative impact on tobacco flavor by residues. These new products are magnesium phosphide- based formulations which release hydrogen phosphide upon exposu.re to atmospheric moisture. The active in- gredients are embedded in an inert plastic matrix and fabricated in the form of a semi-rigid plate covered on both sides with a moisture-permeable paper. Representing Degesch will be: G.E. Mayr, President R. Geiss, Vice President--sales H. Reif, Director of research & development E. Taslidza, Technical consultant K. van Schalksijk, Chairman--Degesch Benelux Schoeller & Hoesch GmbH PO Box 1155 7562 Gernsbach West Germany Stand C-16 Available for examination will be the company's high- technology product range of papers, including cigarette paper, both standard and porous types of plugwrap paper, tipping base paper, and metallized bundling tissue for cigarette packs. Representing the company will be: Hans-Dieter Richau, General sales manager Inge Beermann, Sales manager--cigarette paper Thomas Interthal, Sales manager--cigarette paper Hans-Joachim Leichnitz, Sales manager--metallized paper Ferdinand Meixner, Department head of research and development & HCtESCH Sea-Land Services, Inc. Network Consolidated Conta}ner Agencies Weena 723 3014 DA Rotterdam Netherlands Stand N-29 Sea-Land will have available information about and per- sonnel to discuss its services for the tobacco industry: providing containerized transport to and from the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Central America, the Far East, the Middle East, India and Sri Lanka, as well as within Europe and the Mediterranean. Representatives will be: C. Smits, Benelux sales manager--Sea-Land O.R. van Amen, General manager--Network SeaRLand Scandura Limited PO Box 18 Cleckheaton BD19 3UJ Yorkshire, England Stand N-27 In addition to its comprehensive range of endless woven garniture tapes for cigarette making machines, Scandura will display nylon suction tapes, heat resis- tant tapes, cigar bands, endless woven bands for pack- ing machines, checkweigher bands and food quality belts for the transport of raw tobacco. Representing the company will be: J.A.J. Wood, Sales manager for industrial belting D.A. Johnson, European sales manager $1uis Cigar Machinery B.V. PO Box 126 8260 AC Kampen Holland Stand C-18 Sluis Cigar Machinery will exhibit its high speed com- plete maker for cigars with natural binder and wrapper. Representatives will be: H.G. van der Sluis D.F. Patijn TI56305321

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