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Membership No.





Supply Chain Associate


United Kingdom

Member since

28 September 2011

Ingram Brothers ltd


Ingram Brothers is a privately owned family business founded in 1895. The company primarily produces sugar based products to the food industry. Ingram Brothers operate from one 43500 sq ft manufacturing site based in Paisley, Scotland.
The company manufactures over 600 formulations, ranging from powder mixes to liquid mixes, soft and heavy paste, wet milling and sugar milling.
Ingram Brothers are committed to innovation, flexible manufacturing to facilitate customer needs, and best practice within a lean management system to deliver added bottom line value for our manufacturing partners. We have invested in a high care manufacturing facility with the best technology to meet our manufacturing best practice aims. We continually invest in R&D to meet our customers expectations. We invest in our people to ensure that they are fully committed to the company aims and our customers quality standards. We strive to reduce the environmental impact, and improve the sustainability of all facets of our manufacturing business.

Organisation's Commitments Toward Sustainability

  • How will your organisation promote the RSPO internally and to other stakeholders?
    All employees and stakeholders are trained on the importance of sustainability
  • Where relevant, what processes is the organisation establishing to engage with interested parties, for example to resolve conflict or to use sustainably produced palm oil?
    Ingram Brothers view sustainability as a very high priority and is also a member of other sustainability bodies. We ensure are suppliers meet RSPO requirements and ensure consistency to meet our customer demand and requirements.
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