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Change at top for Crisp Malting Group

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Macpherson: retiring after 29 years with Crisp

Adrian Dyter joins from Carlsberg as new MD

The New Year welcomes a change of senior management at Crisp Malting Group.

Early this summer Crisp will have a new managing director, Adrian Dyter. He is currently global category manager at Carlsberg Group with responsibility for raw material purchasing for the multinational’s global brewing network.

Dyter will be succeeding greatly respected industry veteran Euan Macpherson, who steps down after 29 years with Crisp and a lifetime in the brewing, distilling and malting industries.

Crisp Malting Group chief executive David Thompson commented, “During the time Euan has been at the helm, Crisp has expanded significantly, acquiring maltings in Alloa, Clackmannshire and Mistley, Essex and establishing a very strong relationship with barley growers. 

“He has been directly responsible for building up the export trade to USA and Japan in particular. His development of sales to the burgeoning craft brewing sector at home and abroad has been unstinting and this is reflected in the volume and diversification of Crisp’s sales.”

Prior to joining Carlsberg Dyter worked with Boortmalt (previously Greencore Malt and before that Pauls Malt) as chief commercial officer. He will be moving back from Carlsberg Group’s offices in Switzerland to Britain to embark on the takeover process, which is expected to be completed early next summer.

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