• The Finest Indonesian Tobacco

    The Finest Indonesian Tobacco

  • The Finest Jember Harvest

    Procurement and working with farmers

  • The Finest Quality Control

    est 1960

PT. MANGLI DJAYA RAYA

Mangli Djaya Raya is an Indonesian tobacco company established in 1960. Located in Jember, East Java,


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Vast networks of farmers that ensure continuity supply of high quality and customized tobaccos.

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Investment in new plant and warehouse emphasizes MDR’s commitment in customers’ satisfaction and product continuity.

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Investment in advanced IT system to improve service efficiency and customer satisfaction.

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Continued improvement and development of human reseources.

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We Serve Product Customization

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Investment in modern laboratory to maintain our high standart of product quality

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Tobacco Plants For COVID-19 Vaccine

Historically, tobacco plants are responsible for their share of illness and death. Now they may help control the COVID-19 pandemic. Two biotech companies are using the tobacco plant, Nicotiana benthamiana, as bio-factories to produce a key protein from the coronavirus that can be used in a vaccine.

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October 19th, 2020

Tobacco and Alcohol Tax Collections Down

The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) will soon roll out new and improved tax stamps for cigarettes, e-cigarettes and alcoholic drinks to ensure collection of the correct excise taxes. Internal Revenue Commissioner Arnel Guballa told the Inquirer that the upcoming new stamps would have new security features as previous tax stamps could be faked, resulting in foregone revenues for the government.

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October 4th, 2020

Alcohol and Tobacco prices to rise in Japan next month

Changes to the tax system starting October spells bad news for drinkers in Japan, as tax rates will be hiked for some alcoholic drinks.Prices will also be raised for some tobacco products.

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September 30th, 2020

Ban tobacco street ads from 2022

Germany will finally ban outdoor tobacco advertising from 2022, the parliament announced Friday, becoming the last country in the European Union to do so. The German upper house put the final stamp of approval on new legislation tightening restrictions on tobacco ads after doctors campaigned for years to make tobacco less attractive to teenagers and young people.

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September 21st, 2020

Identified outlets in zones to sell tobacco products

Residents in Thimphu can purchase tobacco products from the various identified outlets in different zones from today. Bhutan Duty-Free Ltd.  (BDFL) decided to distribute the tobacco products to the shops identified as outlets after buyers overcrowded its main outlet at Chubachu, creating a chaotic situation on September 11.

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September 17th, 2020

Early peoples were smoking smooth sumac

Some 1,400 years ago, people living in what is now Washington state were smoking smooth sumac, Rhus glabra. Scientists found residues of the native plant in an ancient pipe. The discovery, described this week in the journal Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences, marks the first time researchers have recovered non-tobacco residues from an ancient pipe. Scientists also identified the chemical signatures of N. quadrivalvis, a species of tobacco paleobotanists and archaeologists estimate was once widely cultivated in the Americas, but is no longer grown in the region.

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September 14th, 2020

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