Presentation of RNTA
Legal status: A public moral company with the civil personality and
the financial autonomy.
Date of creation : 1891
Date of restructuring as a national company: December 1964
Reporting authority : Ministry of Finance
Capital : 3,5 Million Dinars
Surface area : 12 Hectares
Turnover in 2011 : 178,3 Million Dinars exclusive of tax
Headquarters : Bd 15 Octobre BP 42 -1080 Tunis
Tel. : 71.491.360 – 71.491.155
FAX : 71.390.793
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Board of Directors
RNTA is managed by a Board of Directors made up as follows :
the Board ( Minister of Finance)
Director General of RNTA
of the Prime Ministry
of the Ministry of Finance
of the Ministry of Development and International Cooperation.
of the Ministry of Agriculture and Hydraulic Resources.
of the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Small and Medium Enterprises.
of the personnel
The General Management of RNTA is assisted in its work by the following
Support structures (Management Control Department, Quality Control Department, internal
audit, Quality insurance committee, Contracts Permanent Secretariat,
Security and Supervision, Information and Public Relations, Central
Common Services Division
- Computer Department
- Human Resources
- Financial and
- Retail Stores
-Social Affairs Under Department
-Under Department Of Legal affairs,wealth Management and Insurance
- Archives Service
- "A" factory Department
- "B" factory Department
- Maintenance Department
- Studies and Planning Under Department
Buying and Marketing Department
Tobacco Cultures Promotion Department
RNTA and MTK are in charge of exploiting the fiscal monopole of tobacco,
matches, playing cards and hunting powder.
Through tobacco farmers, RNTA exploited in 2011 a total area of 1258
hectares and yielded a production of more than 1629 tons. It controls
a production capacity of 417 million cigarette packets and relies for
the marketing of finished products on more than 11000 retailers.
RNTA employs approximately 2300 employees including 1480 full time employees
spread over 2 plants in Tunis and 12 tobacco cultivating centers mainly
in the northern parts of the country.