Cash-flow problems hit Whyte & Mackay

By Ian Forsyth

Published: 08/06/2012

Whisky firm Whyte & Mackay (W&M) is suffering from cash-flow problems, a spokesman confirmed last night.

This emerged after the company said that the annual summer shutdown of its distilleries for maintenance had begun earlier than usual.

Glasgow-based W&M employs around 500 people in Scotland – many of them in the north. It has malt distilleries at Dalmore, near Inverness, at Fettercairn in Aberdeenshire, on Jura and at Tamnavulin on Speyside, as well as a grain distillery at Invergordon.

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