Cullimore Mix invests during its 50th anniversary year


Cullimore Mix, part of The Cullimore Group of Companies, will be  celebrating a landmark 50th anniversary this year by investing in its fleet and bringing in new staff members as part of its projected expansion plans.

The introduction of William Swidger, a new 21-plate truck mixer, continues the tradition of all Cullimore vehicles being named after Charles Dickens characters – a legacy dating back to the first days of the Group.

The firm, which mixes concrete onsite at its plants in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire, will welcome new Cullimore Mix Manager, Karl Friston to oversee the next stage of its expansion, including into a new site near Tewkesbury as well as the two sites Cullimore Mix already operates, underpinning the firm’s development despite the effects of Covid-19

Karl said: “I’m delighted to be joining Cullimore’s at such an exciting time in the company’s development. I have been inspired by the fact that it is still a family-run business – a rarity in our industry – and the connection it has had with the local communities. Though Cullimore’s has developed and expanded throughout the past 50 years, it has always retained its Gloucestershire identity, which is something I am proud to be a part of for the future. I’m looking forward to helping Cullimore Mix continue to grow as we come out of the Covid-19 period.

Managing director, Moreton Cullimore, added: “It has been a testing time for businesses in all sectors, but I am proud of my team who have kept Cullimore Mix going strongly. With Karl bringing his experience and knowledge to our firm, I am positive that we will have a bright future ahead of us. Our growth in reaching into new areas symbolises how much we have accomplished in these testing times, and Karl will have a huge part to play in developing Cullimore Mix even further. 50 years of operation is a brilliant achievement, and it gives me great pride that we have retained many of the traditional values on which the company was built all those years ago.”