James Currie

Director

About James

Hustler’s Director James Currie has been involved in all aspects of the company over the last 44 years.

Having started out working alongside his father on the factory floor, James has been involved over the years with R&D, factory production, operations and management. Ahead of his time, he has implemented many industry leading innovations such as the introduction of lean manufacturing, global export market expansion and the development of hydraulic cylinder production into ‘MOTUS Hydraulics’, a leading company in this sector.

Always aiming for excellence, developing and maintaining constructive and consistent relationship with industry stakeholders out in the field, James has been able to capture the true and genuine essence of ‘Rethinking the Everyday’ which upholds Hustler’s products and services. James is pleased to see that these values and achievements drive his three sons in the business today.

True to the spirit that has underwritten the company’s success, James brings fresh energy to take Hustler to the next stage of its development.

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