Cullen CEO featured in The Herald
Cullen’s Owner and CEO appeared in the Herald Business pages this week after speaking to Haughey and Hunter on the Go Radio Business Show. David spoke passionately about being a large manufacturer of machines and sustainable products and packaging, employing over 300 people right here in Scotland. His talented team of engineers build the machines in-house, making the company a key partner for clients looking to replace single-use plastic packaging, which David impressively explained can be done in five simple steps and all within 1 month. Replacing single use plastic packaging and an aggressive growth strategy into new markets and territories as meant Cullen have produced over billion plastic free products in the past two years to 34 countries globally.
David, winner of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2022 UK Transformational Leader also introduced his latest innovation The Fibre Bottle, a market disrupting world first. A scalable, moulded fibre bottle that can replace plastic bottles and pouches for dry goods. So no more single-use plastic packaging for dry goods such as vitamins, spices, home cleaning products and much more.
David also shared that future infrastructure investment will keep Cullen at the forefront of packaging innovations and will further help meet demand for sustainable alternatives to single-use plastics. The expansion will include an onsite innovation hub and create a further 120 green jobs in the city. With the infrastructure, the talent, the skills and the capacity, Cullen are leading the way in sustainable packaging and have the solutions to the single-use plastic challenge and are available now.
Read the full article: https://www.heraldscotland.com/business_hq/23330579.bottle-right-thing-reaps-rewards/