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Glenmorangie has confirmed plans to relocate the headquarters of its whisky business from Broxburn to The Cube building in Edinburgh by September.

Glenmorangie, the drinks company, is said to be considering plans to relocate its headquarters from Broxburn to George Street in Edinburgh.

Glenmorangie is planning to relocate up to 300 staff to a new headquarters and whisky bottling plant in Livingston by summer 2010, as part of a £45m expansion programme that will also include new offices in Edinburgh.

Glenmorangie is to invest £45m upgrading two whisky distilleries in Tain and Islay and relocating its headquarters and 200 staff from Broxburn to Edinburgh over the next two years, while its Glen Moray distillery at Elgin will be sold.

Glenmorangie, the whisky company with 350 staff, has been acquired by LVMH of France for £300m.

Glenmorangie is investing £0.5m in the expansion of capacity at its Tain distillery in the Highlands.