Rapid-fire expansion for Bullet Express

Glasgow-based international logistics company Bullet Express has acquired a new, 30,000sq ft storage facility 300 yards from the M74 motorway, adding a further 5,000 pallets to its capacity to 26,000 pallets. It follows a surge in demand from both existing and new customers for storage including a 40% rise in online shopping as a result of Covid-19 lockdowns. David McCutcheon, co-founder and joint chief executive officer, said: “Connectivity is fundamentally important ... [+]

Bullet Express wins brewery business

Scottish logistics firm Bullet Express is to provide storage and distribution services to brewing trade supplier, Global Keg from its Glasgow site. Bullet Express will also provide cleaning and maintenance for 100,000 computer chip tracked ‘smart’ kegs. [+]

Bullet creates Baillieston jobs

Scottish-based Bullet Express has created ten jobs at its pallet storage site at Baillieston. Bullet, which moved to the site in 2016, is now offering pick and pack operations and electronic breakdown teams creating 12 jobs in the last 4 weeks with more in the pipeline . Managing director David McCutcheon ... [+]

Scotland’s Scott McCutcheon wins UKWA award

Bullet Express’ Scott McCutcheon won the Young Employee of the Year title at the UK Warehousing Association Awards 2017. He joined the Glasgow-based firm from school at the age of 17 as a telesales executive but when Bullet moved to a new 200,000 sq ft site, he was given the ... [+]

Bullet Express boss has bright idea for business

Bullet Express boss David McCutcheon has written to Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Baroness Neville-Rolfe and Edinburgh West MP Michelle Thomson and Shadow Secretary of State for Business Angela Eagle, suggesting a new payment grading system for larger companies. McCutcheon, who is managing ... [+]

Scots firm appoints freight expert

Scottish freight and logistics company Bullet Express has appointed Bob Oliver as international sales manager. He will further expand the company's business at East Kilbride, where Bullet recently opened a four-acre storage facility to provide storage, pick and pack and container de stuffing. Bob Oliver brings over 30 years international ... [+]

Bullet adds container services

Scottish logistics company Bullet Express Ltd has opened a four-acre container destuffing, storage and pick and pack facility in East Kilbride. It complement'sBullet's existing Bothwell distribution site. MD David McCutcheon described the move as “a natural progression that’s been brought forward by customer pressure”, adding that he hoped that the ... [+]

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