Few companies felt the shockwave of Allied Domecq’s sale more than Corby Distilleries. But the Canadian company has shrugged off the doubts and concerns about its future to emerge a stronger and more focussed operation. Con Constandis, the company’s CEO, talks to Olly Wehring about this evolution, the sale of an iconic brand and his international aspirations.
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Corby Spirit & Wine has seen a slight increase in its full-year sales, but profits slipped as its domestic market of Canada was “soft” and administration costs rose.
Corby Distilleries has changed its name and logo to “reflect" its partnership with Pernod Ricard, the majority-owner of the company.
Corby Distilleries has extended its deal to handle Pernod Ricard's Absolut vodka brand in Canada for a further eight years.
Brick Brewing has announced a jump in nine-month profits despite operational “challenges” in Q3.
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