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Thursday, 23 September 2010

Claymore Dairies, Nairn, to be acquired by Graham's

(Please see UPDATE at end)

It seems the longer-term future of Nairn's largest employer, Claymore Dairies, has been secured with the acquisition agreement for the business to be taken over by Graham's Dairies of Bridge of Allan. Graham's is a major supplier of dairy products to many large supermarkets and perhaps not uncoincidentally has Sainsbury's as its largest customer (the supermarket chain planning to open its first Highlands outlet in Nairn next year). This sounds as if it is a very positive step for Nairn and Claymore Dairies.

UPDATE (Monday 29JAN2012 14.23 GMT) Please see my later article dated 26 January 2012 titled Graham's Dairies profits plummet.

2nd UPDATE (Friday 11MAY2012 10.30 CET) Graham's Dairies downgrades Nairn plant to distribution unit - I've written about this latest development here.

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