InterBev makes Graney its US president

21 July, 2010

International Beverage (InterBev) has made Pat Graney president of its New York-based US subsidiary.

Inter Bev is a subsidiary of US$2.6 billion public company, Thai Bev which owns Chang beer and the Mekhong brand. Graney was InterBev USA’s general manager and before that vice president, sales of the western zone.

Chief executive Matthew Kichodhan said: “Since taking the reins of our US operations fewer than 10 months ago, Pat has led his team to achieving many of our goals, which included taking over US importing/distribution of our Inver House portfolio of four award-winning single malt scotch whiskies – Speyburn, Old Pulteney, Balblair and AnCnoc, and our blended whisky Hankey Bannister.“





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