UK: Leaner, meaner Glenmorangie Co sees FY whisky sales rise

By Chris Mercer | 28 July 2011

The Glenmorangie Co has reported a rise in full-year sales, but profits were damaged by restructuring to refocus the Moët Hennessy-owned distiller around core brands.

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The Glenmorangie Co has reported a rise in full-year sales, but profits were damaged by restructuring to refocus the Moët Hennessy-owned distiller around core brands.

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