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It was the 1970s and the live music industry was booming.
Artists like The Who, The Moody Blues and Deep Purple were touring all over the UK, Europe and beyond, taking their beloved instruments and vital sound systems with them on the road.
We saw a need for sturdy cases to protect this precious cargo as it soared through the skies.
CP Cases was started by two semi-professional musicians who wanted to create a long-lasting, rugged case that they could rely upon again and again.
Our flight cases were some of the first on the market, crafted using high-quality materials and to exacting standards – to make them reliable and durable.
We’re still making flight cases with the finest components and with precision engineering. But now we’ve extended that approach to protect almost anything that is transported or stored…
The 70s was a period of growth. Peter says "I look back on the 70s with fond memories. Our company was small, lean and agile. It gave us a terrific social life and was a healthy, thriving business."
CP Cases moved to its current head office and factory site at Isleworth in December 1983.
In 1995 the company developed a relationship with a university - the first of several successful academic-manufacturing partnerships.
The 90s saw the arrival of what has become one of our flagship products. The process of this product range has progressed to all components of the product made completely in-house.
We started the new decade by updating our corporate image to our current logo.
The 'Ashes' urn needed proper protection for its 14-week tour of Australia's museums. An AluCurve was chosen for its style and customisation.
Bringing rotational moulding in-house. Our KTP Karem oversaw the designing, sourcing and buying of a machine and the refurbishment of the site.
We are continually innovating and investing in new machinery. Our heavily awaited new CNC router arrived at the beginning of May 2021.