Scotch Whisky Association

Loss of trade deals could cost Scotch £50m a year

The Scotch Whisky Association has called for zero tariffs on its exports after Brexit, with chief executive Karen Betts making the issue the focus of the organisation's annual conference, warning that the potential loss of trade deals could cost the industry over £50m annually in tariffs alone.

SWA confirms record Scotch exports in 2017

Global exports of Scotch whisky grew in both volume and value (by 1.6% and 8.9% respectively) in 2017 to a total of £4.36 billion, smashing a previous export high of £4.2bn in 2012.

Scotch whisky’s green energy strategy is “an example” for the whole industry

The Scotch whisky industry has hit its renewable energy targets four years ahead of schedule, according to new figures.

‘Decisive step’ taken on Brexit transition period

The WSTA has welcomed a "decisive step" by the UK government towards clarifying the future of wine and spirit producers post Brexit, having agreed a transition period with the EU that will last until at least the end of 2020.

Scotch awarded trademark in Taiwan

September 27th, 2016

Scotch battles back from decline

September 16th, 2016

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