UK: Glenmorangie confirms it is up for sale

By Chris Brook-Carter | 24 August 2004

Glenmorangie, the leading Scotch malt whisky company, has confirmed it has been instructed by the Macdonald Family and Trust - who own over 50% of the company - to sell their entire shareholding in the company. This, in turn, has triggered the sale of the company.

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Glenmorangie, the leading Scotch malt whisky company, has confirmed it has been instructed by the Macdonald Family and Trust - who own over 50% of the company - to sell their entire shareholding in the company. This, in turn, has triggered the sale of the company.

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