International Beverage centralises operations in Scotland

31 October, 2008

International Beverage Holdings, parent of Inver House Distillers, is centralising its global marketing operations in Scotland in a £15 million investment plan.

The new headquarters in Airdrie will be responsible for developing the group's

brand portfolio, which includes

Old Pulteney,

Balblair and Chang Beer.

An enlarged team will also be responsible for product development,

launches and marketing in North America, Europe, South east Asia and

the Far East.

The International Beverage brand name will look after sales, marketing and customer services, with

Inver House Distillers

covering production, distillation and maturation of Scotch whisky. An estimated 20 new jobs will created.

International Beverage president Barrie Jackson said: "This

is a great boost for our Scottish team, bringing the opportunity for them to diversify."

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