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Drumchapel High School Edrington Group business study November 2011. Contents. Page Purpose 3 Who we are 4 What we do 9 The world we work in 13 Financial highlights 15 Current issues 18. Purpose.

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contents
Contents

Page

Purpose 3

Who we are 4

What we do 9

The world we work in 13

Financial highlights 15

Current issues 18

purpose
Purpose
  • The Edrington Group has been invited by the Scottish Food & Drinks Federation (‘SFDF’) to assist Drumchapel High School in its curriculum of business management. This assistance will comprise development of practical or ‘real life’ teaching lessons to complement the existing curriculum.
  • The key objectives of this exercise are:
  • To provide insight into how a local business operates
  • To tie curricular learning to practical, real-life examples
  • To convey the opportunities which exist in the Scottish food & drink industry across learning disciplines
  • This presentation provides an introduction to The Edrington Group and covers what the business is, does and how it is affected by external factors. The overview will give context to the more specific areas of study which reconcile to the topics included in the curriculum.
group profile
Group profile

controlling interest

  • The Edrington Group is a private, Scottish company engaged in the distillation, blending and bottling of Scotch whisky and rum.
  • It is owned by the Roberston Trust, a charitable organisation established in the 1960’s by the grand daughters of William Robertson, the company founder.
  • The Robertson Trust donates the profits it earns from Edrington to a variety of causes across Scotland.
  • The group employees over 2,000 people worldwide including almost 500 in Drumchapel.
  • Our operating principles reflect those of our founder – namely the 4i’s: Independence, integrity, involvement and innovation.
group history
Group history

Highland acquires

Grouse and

Highland Park

W A Robertson begins business in Glasgow

Edrington acquires Highland

Robertson Trust created

1880’s

1990’s

2000’s

1860’s

1930-60’s

Highland acquires Macallan

Key elements founded:

-Clyde Cooperage

-Clyde Bonding

-North British Distillery

-Highland Distilleries

Edrington acquires Brugal and Cutty Sark

group structure
Group structure

Executive Board

Human Resources

Operations

Finance & Admin

Sales & Marketing

Brands

Innovation

Finance

Legal

Commercial

IT

Supply chain

Whisky Ops

Compliance

Distillation

Blending

Purchasing

Bottling

Logistics

Cooperage

Laboratory

geography
Geography

Scotland

Dominican Republic

the whisky process
The whisky process

Barley

Malting process

Grist

Grist mill

Mash tun

Washbacks

the whisky process1
The whisky process

Fermentation

Distillation

Malting process

Grist

Distillation again!

Maturation - at least 3 years

Blending

Bottling

the whisky process2
The whisky process

Logistics

Selling

On-trade

Off trade

… we also make rum!

external factors
External factors

LEGAL &

REGULATORY

ECONOMIC

FACTORS

WORKFORCE

COMPETITION

TECHNOLOGY

ENVIRONMENT

SOCIAL

RESPONSIBILITY

SUPPLY CHAIN

POLITICAL

ISSUES

MARKET

TRENDS

financial highlights performance
Financial highlights – Performance
  • Steady growth in revenue and profitability
  • Driven by performance of existing business and by new acquisitions
  • Strong performance in light of current market conditions
financial highlights profile
Financial highlights – Profile
  • Steady growth in net asset value of business
  • Growing levels of stock to meet increased demand
  • Higher level of debt to fund expansion – capital expenditure and new acquisitions