Peter Martin 40th Anniversary

Peter Martin celebrates his ruby anniversary at CP Cases

In this day and age it’s very rare we have the opportunity to celebrate an individual’s long term commitment to one organisation. So it’s with great pleasure and pride that CP Cases has one if its own who has made this incredible landmark – 40 years service.

Peter Martin, Senior Case Designer, first walked through CP Cases’ doors in April 1976 – he arrived a 17 year old boy and has worked on an array of cases and products including for some of the biggest international stars ever known; ABBA, The Rolling Stones, Queen, Paul McCartney and Wings, Elton John, The Who.…the list goes on and on.

As the CP Cases business diversified so did Peter, a credit to his ability to adapt to changing needs and markets, which in turn saw him develop into a highly skilled designer. Along with our growing team of product and 3D designers, Peter shares that natural affinity to bridge design and product build so they work together seamlessly. What this means is that our clients benefit from highly professionally designed concepts that result in extremely well thought out high quality finished products.

It is conservatively estimated that Peter has made some 10,000 designs and re-drawings in his time at CP Cases and so its not beyond the realms of possibility that he has had some input to all client’s at some point in his career.

Peter above all is a modest man, being centre of attention is something he’d typically shy away from. He takes his remarkable achievement in his stride and now simply looks forward to his next day at work and working on the next project.

Peter Ross Founder and Managing Director of CP Cases said “Firstly, and above all, I’d like to thank Peter for his support and commitment to me personally, and CP Cases. These words cannot truly express my deep appreciation of the loyalty and commitment of the CP Cases’ long serving team, who are the foundation of first class customer service and Peter epitomises that. I’m extremely grateful to him, he’s worked long hours when needed, without question, and has positively contributed to the business throughout his career. I sincerely wish him continued success.”

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