UK: Losses at Drambuie spark takeover talk

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 23 July 2002

The privately owned liqueur producer, Drambuie, has posted record losses for the year to the end of June 2001. According to its recently filed accounts, the Edinburgh-based company recorded pre-tax losses of £3.3m (€5.2m) for the year to the end of June, against a profit of £443,000 in the previous year. Turnover rose marginally to £30m.

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The privately owned liqueur producer, Drambuie, has posted record losses for the year to the end of June 2001. According to its recently filed accounts, the Edinburgh-based company recorded pre-tax losses of £3.3m (€5.2m) for the year to the end of June, against a profit of £443,000 in the previous year. Turnover rose marginally to £30m.

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