What’s It Like Working Here
Transcend is a global pioneer in sustainable packaging category and the first major producer of paper straws in the UK and Italy. Over the past two years, Transcend has established itself as Europe’s leading producer of paper straws, and an innovator in helping brands make their packaging more sustainable. Accompanied by global recognition in several leading international media outlets such as BBC, ITV, Packaging News etc, obtaining numerous awards and accolades such as The Times’ Fast Track ‘Ones to Watch.’
Within this global, award winning, fast growing company, we have a management team that boasts over 150 years’ experience that embraces in packaging, printing, food service, engineering, manufacturing, and corporate finance. This team helps lead our positive, versatile and talented workforce. Collectively, our team is now focused on maximising Transcend Packaging’s potential to make it a global leader in innovation and sustainability. See below to hear more from our team.
Having completed a placement with Transcend during my University Degree, I was delighted to be offered a job after university. As I am in the early stages of my career, Transcend is an amazing company to work as I am working alongside a vastly talented and experienced team and given opportunities for me to further develop my skills and career in a fast-paced, dynamic and fun workplace.
Making a difference to our local area
Lisa Angus, Head of Human Resources at Transcend Packaging, was awarded the Caerphilly Business Club ‘Hero Award.’ Lisa was recognized for her exceptional work not only within Transcend but also across Caerphilly County involving schools, care homes and providing work...
Our CEO, Lorenzo Angelucci, and Sales & Marketing Director, Mark Varney, appeared on ITV ‘Wales This Week’ programme to discuss how Welsh businesses like ourselves can launch a ”green industrial revolution” through sustainability to kickstart the Welsh economy following the Coronavirus pandemic.
Transcend received recognition from Alok Sharma, Secretary of State for Business, during the UK government’s Coronavirus briefing for helping to produce PPE for frontline NHS workers.