About Japan Tobacco International
JTI (Japan Tobacco International) was created in 1999, when the parent company JT took over the multinational R.J. Reynolds. Today, JTI is responsible for the international production, marketing and sales of several tobacco brands including two belonging to the global top five: Winston and Camel. The tobacco company employs 26,000 people in 73 countries all over the world and counts 25 factories and 364 offices in total. JTI wants to be the most successful and respected tobacco company in the world. JTI is one of the fastest growing companies in its sector and offers many opportunities for career development, both at national and international level.
Facts & Figures
|Industry||Consumer Good and Services|
|Number of employees||101|
|Number of active countries||120|