• The Finest Indonesian Tobacco

    The Finest Indonesian Tobacco

  • The Finest Quality Control

    est 1960

  • The Finest Jember Harvest

    Procurement and working with farmers


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

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High Quality

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.

Continuous Improvement

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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Large illegal tobacco haul seized in NSW

More than $35.5 million worth of illegal tobacco has been seized near Port Macquarie.

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January 28th, 2020

Upper Hastings grazier tricked into leasing river flats for illegal tobacco crop

A Lebanese syndicate purporting to be growing vegetables on the upper reaches of the Hastings River has had their crop of illegal tobacco cut down by officers from the Australian Tax Office after raids on a property Thursday morning.

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January 28th, 2020

Smoking ban in cars carrying kids linked to 72% fall in teens

The law, banning smoking in cars carrying children, has seen the proportion of teens exposed to secondhand tobacco smoke fall by 72% in England, suggests an analysis of survey data, published online in the journal Thorax. The legislation was introduced in England in October 2015 and in Scotland in December 2016, with the aim of cutting children's (under 18s) exposure to the harms of secondhand tobacco smoke, to which they are especially vulnerable. The researchers drew on survey data for three years for both countries to assess the impact of the ban in England.

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January 27th, 2020

Study takes on e-cigarette warning ‘paradox’

Newswise — ITHACA, N.Y. – As controversy swirls around the vaping industry, a team of Cornell researchers has set out to help regulators identify the most effective health warnings to include in advertisements for electronic cigarettes.

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January 24th, 2020

Commercial Tobacco Still Deadliest Product On Store Shelves

While health officials are seeing a rise in vaping and cannabis use, especially among youth, tobacco use still remains a top concern. In 2014, there were 2,659 deaths in Manitoba due to substance use and 1,845 of those were the result of tobacco. Southern Health's Irene Ascough notes as part of national smoking week, they're raising awareness that tobacco remains the only commercial product on the market that will eventually kill nearly half of all long-term users.

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January 22nd, 2020

Why New York push to ban all flavored tobacco, e-cigarettes faces challenge

The vaping crisis has ignited a politically and racially charged push to ban all flavors in electronic cigarettes and tobacco products in New York.

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January 21st, 2020

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