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Wednesday December 10th Tags: The article claimed "In Australia the pioneering move to adopt plain packaging has led to falling smoking rates without creating an illegal black market".
This is wrong on both counts. Information from the first year of plain packaging in Australia shows that tobacco sales volumes increased by 59 million sticks. There is also strong evidence of consumers shifting to lower priced brands and less expensive hand rolled tobacco.
A KMPG report, published November found that in the 12 months to June the volume of illicit tobacco consumption in Australia grew by 10 per cent.
I worked in the packaging industry for over 40 years and am now director of the Consumer Packaging Manufacturing Alliance.
The introduction of plain packaging in the UK would lead to a collapse in the value of a packaging sector that is currently worth many hundreds of millions of pounds to the UK economy as well as employing over 60, people. The packaging industry believes it would be a mistake to adopt a policy that has failed to improve public health, loses the exchequer revenue and in fact may have the opposite effect by opening up further the illicit supply chain to vulnerable and young people.
Sears was one of the first department stores to cater to men as well as women by selling tools and hardware.
Its merchandise emphasized durability and practicality over fashion, and its store layout allowed customers to select goods without the aid of a clerk. In the s and s, Sears began to shift its focus from urban to suburban markets.
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The Sears name soon became synonymous with the suburban shopping experience. Their large department stores anchored shopping malls all over the country, and Sears catered to suburban motorists by expanding their automotive services.
Sears Tower Sears announced plans to build a new headquarters in downtown Chicago in At the time, Sears was the largest retailer in the world with approximatelyemployees. When it opened inthe story Sears Towerat 1, feet in height, dominated the Chicago skyline as the tallest building in the world—a distinction it held for 25 years.
Inthe building was renamed Willis Tower after a London-based insurance broker that now leases a portion of the structure. Sears Brands Sears, Roebuck and Company gave birth to several iconic brands over the years. Some of them include: The brand name first appeared on a sewing machine sold in the Sears catalogue in Sears introduced the first Kenmore washing machine in and the first Kenmore vacuum cleaner in Throughout the s, Sears continued to expand its Kenmore brand to household appliances including refrigerators, freezers and air conditioners.
Sears acquired the Craftsman trademark and sold its first Craftsman tools in Craftsman later branched out into lawnmowers, electronic, portable power tools and even electric razors to serve a growing suburban base. Sears founded Allstate Insurance Company in Allstate offered low rates on auto insurance to consumers through the Sears mail-order catalogue and later through sales booths in its retail stores.
The company became completely independent in after Sears divested its Allstate stock to shareholders. Sears added financial services to its repertoire in the s.
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Inthe company introduced the Discover Card. It was the first to offer cash rewards to customers based on how much the credit card was used. Discover Card became wildly popular—within four years 20 million people had the card.