Bullet Specific CEO David McCutcheon joins UKWA board – MHW Magazine
David McCutcheon, Main Government Officer of Bullet Convey, has been confirmed as a new member of the UKWA administration board at the association’s Annual Standard Meeting, held on 26th June.
He joins new board associates also verified at the AGM – Ian Henderson, Team House Director at Wincanton PLC, Gary Whittle, Industrial Director at Meacher’s World-wide Logistics. Neil Bowker, Professional Director of Bowker Team, was formally elected to the role of Vice Chair of the UKWA administration board.
Commenting on David’s appointment, UKWA CEO Peter Ward stated, “Since becoming a member of UKWA, Bullet Express has been an lively and engaged supporter of the association, with Scott McCutcheon and Donald Gillies respectively profitable UKWA Awards for Business Excellence in successive a long time, 2017 and 2018. I am delighted to have these a powerful industry advocate in Scotland and look ahead to doing the job with David as we navigate these extraordinary times.”
David began Bullet Categorical with his cousin Gary in 1990, furnishing a exact same-working day courier provider across the United kingdom, afterwards establishing into pallet deliveries and joining the pallet networks. In addition to domestic get the job done, Bullet delivers freight products and services all over the world, at the moment controlling storage of 25,000 pallets with a turnover of £14.5m.
“In 2016 we managed just 2000 pallets, so in 4 years we’ve viewed amazing development,” David suggests. “It’s the remarkable chances in this excellent field which led me to develop into included with advertising our company and the sector in standard by organisations like UKWA. I’m delighted to develop into a board member and welcome the opportunity to perform with UKWA Chair Nicola and CEO Peter, alongside with other colleagues on the board, and hope to make valuable contribution to the potential of the association.”
The board also formally recognized the resignations of longstanding users, previous Chairman Tony Mohan and Douglas Fearnley, with President, Chair and previous colleagues including heat thanks for their sterling guidance and services about quite a few years.