Posted: Wednesday 14th May 2014 at 14:42 pm

ABL Gets New MD

Anthony Grendon

Anthony Grendon



Anthony Grendon
Accra Brewery Limited (ABL) has announced the appointment of Anthony Grendon as Managing Director effective 1st June, 2014.

Mr. Grendon takes over from Greg Metcalf, who served as Managing Director for five years and is moving to head ABL’s sister company, Nile Breweries in Uganda.

Mr Metcalf’s tenure as MD of ABL has recorded major development in the operations of the brewery with the business gaining significant market share.

His tenure of office also saw ABL introducing Chibuku Shake Shake and Eagle Lager- two of the company’s fast growing beers made from locally sourced raw materials.

Gregory’s astute leadership fostered great collaboration between management and employees, with his major accomplishment being his spearheading of ABL’s current multi-million dollar expansion project, which is due for completion later this year.

Greg’s successor, Anthony Grendon, has been part of ABL’s parent company, SABMiller Plc, for over 24 years during which he served as Managing Director of Crown Beverages in Kenya, and Maluti Mountain Brewery in Lesotho.

He also held the positions of Sales and Operations Director in Zambia Breweries and Nile Breweries in his earlier years with SABMiller.

This will not be Anthony’s first stint in Ghana, as he previously served as Sales and Distribution Director of ABL between 2006 and 2007 during which period he led the launch of Stone Strong Lager in Ghana.

Anthony is an experienced MD with a strong market focus on innovation.

His expertise in water bottling, brewing, packaging and manufacturing of beer from Kenya, Lesotho, Uganda and Zambia would be important to ABL as the company gears towards continued growth with the completion of its expansion project.

Anthony holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree in Economics from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa and a Higher Diploma in Education from the University of South Africa.

 
 

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