About the company
CelluComp is a Scottish-based company located in Fife, near Edinburgh. Our team of scientists and business professionals work on the development and commercialisation of sustainable materials.
Our principle activity is to develop and commercialise Curran®, a material developed from the extraction of nanocellulose fibres from waste streams of root vegetables, primarily from sugar beet pulp, which is a by-product of the sugar industry. Curran® offers exceptional mechanical and rheological properties for numerous applications, such as Fibre-based Barrier Packaging, paints and coatings, inks, personal care, home care, paper, food, concrete, drilling fluids, composites and other potential applications
We produce Curran® in our new pilot manufacturing facility based in Fife, Scotland, where we ensure top quality products for our customers that we serve globally.
We have established CelluComp Public Benefit Corporation in Minnesota, USA, where we will open our new full-scale production facility in 2024.
Our dedicated team of scientists and business professionals work with partners and customers to help promote and sell Curran®. We support our customers with application formulation work and we engage with industries, universities, financial institutions, and distribution companies to build new ideas and new business opportunities.