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Punchline Talks! The BiG Interview with Moreton Cullimore, MD of the Cullimore Group

Moreton Cullimore is the managing director of The Cullimore Group, based in Frampton-on-Seven, a family-owned business.

Pre-Covid, the company had a turnover of around £15million - slipping to just over £10million and employs 90 people.

Moreton is the third generation of the family to run the business and is extremely proud of its heritage - the family has been providing transport and distribution, concrete and aggregates to the local communities and businesses within Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and Avon & Somerset for over 90 years.

He's a nice guy, who has worked his way up through the company never intending to take it over but handed the top job by circumstances and maybe just staying around a bit too long.

Under his safe stewardship he's guided the company to solid growth and a decent profit.

He discusses how Covid affected the business, how they worked their way through the storm, the lessons learnt, and the mistakes made.

He's keen to look after his staff, with a few of them being in the company longer than he's been alive.

It is an interesting chat - led again by the editor of Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen asking the questions.

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