A DRINKS wholesaler owned by industry veteran Sandy Bulloch is beefing up its sales teams on both sides of the Border.
Glasgow-based Inverarity Morton has named Jane Campbell as its area sales manager for the Central Belt, while Jamie Grey has been hired as a business development manager for Bath and Bristol.
Campbell previously managed accounts in Glasgow, including Bamboo, Bunker, Metropolitan and Oran Mor.
Inverarity Morton said that Jan McSkimming will now cover Glasgow, with Claire McLachlan looking after Edinburgh.
Grey will report to Donald Hodgart, area manager for the West Country.
The company, which has more than 2,000 clients and turns over £50 million a year, was created in 2011 when drinks wholesaler William Morton took over wine merchant Inverarity Vaults.
Bulloch has hired investment bank HSBC to sell one of his other businesses, Loch Lomond Distillery, which makes High Commissioner blended whisky.
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