Glenallachie Distillery on Speyside is changing hands after an agreement between current owner Chivas Brothers and whisky entrepreneurs Billy Walker, Graham Stevenson and Trisha Savage.
A Moray engineering and construction company is playing a key role in the railway development taking shape just a stone’s throw from its headquarters.
Moray housebuilder Springfield Properties said yesterday it was on target to deliver 1,500 affordable homes across Scotland by 2020.
Barratt North Scotland bricklayer Darias Shade was crowned Scotland’s top apprentice at a prestigious building industry event in Edinburgh yesterday.
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One of Moray’s leading business centres is inviting new-start creative and technology businesses in the area to take advantage of its incubator facilities and dedicated support.
Some of the nation’s pooches are looking particularly smug – and snug – this winter as they show off the latest fashion from Moray firm Dogrobes.
More than 110 people representing organisations around Moray celebrated business successes in the area at an event in Lossiemouth yesterday.
Major projects such as the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) can help propel Robertson Group to new heights after a record-breaking year, the firm’s boss said yesterday.
A chartered accountant with a string of big companies on his cv has joined Baxters Food Group.
Springfield Properties enjoyed a return to the black during the year to May 31, 2016.
Moray firms are shying away from investment due to the escalating cost of business rates, it was claimed yesterday.
Windswept Brewing Company is hoping for a bigger profile across Scotland and internationally after the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open golf tournament at Castle Stuart.
Moray businessman Srinivas Badam said yesterday he had nearly doubled turnover at his retailing venture, MS Corp, after investing nearly £500,000 in a Buckie-based post office network and a convenience store in Macduff.
Moray construction firm Robertson Group has been named preferred developer for a £40million project forming part of the £1billion transformation of Dundee’s waterfront area.
Moray firm Robertson Group said yesterday it had smashed through its 2015 target of reaching 7,000 Scottish young people in a drive to promote careers in construction.
Copper pot stills made in Moray are a key part of the production process behind Italy’s first foray into whisky-making.
The world’s best-known shortbread-maker yesterday blamed “downward pressure on prices”, unhelpful currency exchange rates and economic stagnancy in Europe for a fall in profits.
William Grant and Sons’ awarded another £2million-plus pay package to its highest earning director in 2014, the Moray whisky company’s accounts have revealed.
A surge in overseas sales and further investment in the business helped Gordon and MacPhail (G&M) to a sharp rise in profits during the year to February.
Growing demand in France and Japan helped drive a 14% increase in sales at Johnstons of Elgin in 2014, the Moray-based cashmere and knitwear manufacturer’s latest accounts show.
Whisky still-maker Forsyths has reported a “significant” blow to its diversified business from the downturn in the global oil and gas sector.
Moray firm Springfield Properties has taken a major step forward with proposals for a 3,000-home community at Bertha Park in Perth.
Johnstons of Elgin, which has been making cashmere and tweed products since 1797, has two new members of its boardroom team.
North-east firm Keenan Recycling will continue collecting food and garden waste from homes across Moray to turn into compost under a new £2.7million contract with the local authority.
A Moray caravan park with a chequered past has changed hands for the third time in five years after a £1million upgrade.
A family-owned whisky-maker has marked its "steady transition" to the next generation with a product launch.
A supermarket price war is putting margins under pressure at Walkers Shortbread, one of the iconic food firm's bosses said yesterday.
Moray whisky-maker Gordon and MacPhail (G&M) toasted a strong 2013/14 performance in the last set of figures before its boss steps down.
Scotland's two biggest sporting events of 2014 are expected to give a major boost to textile firms in the north.
Moray firm Nic Houldsworth Landscape and Fencing Contractors is moving to the central belt but will retain a depot in Elgin.
Moray accountancy firm Faith Simpson has expanded its presence to Aberdeenshire after taking over Huntly business David Brown & Co.