INVER House Distillers has reported a 28% rise in turnover helped by soaring international sales of whisky.
The Airdrie based company operates five distilleries –Pulteney, Balblair, Knockdhu, Speyburn and Balmenach – plus a bottling and warehousing site.
It produces top malt whiskies such as Old Pulteney and Speyburn and a Scottish gin called Caorunn as well as vodka and liqueurs. Figures for 2011 show it saw turnover rise from £62.9 million to £80.6m, while there was a 61% increase in pre-tax profit from £9.61m to £15.46m.
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