We are a well-established small business, with a highly skilled team of employees, all dedicated to designing and producing the best possible protection for storage, transportation and deployment of your valuable equipment.  We have been in business for more than 45 years and have grown significantly from our pioneering roots servicing the early British music industry.  As a matter of fact, we have an impressive list of well-known rock and roll artists whom we’ve counted as customers for many years.  CP Cases (U.K.) is accredited to ISO 9001 and we are an approved DOD, DND and MOD supplier.

Our headquarters are in London, England (close to Heathrow Airport).  Our U.K. facility has in excess of 30,000 square feet of manufacturing space, housing:

  • Marketing & Sales
  • Product Design & Development
  • Production
  • Dispatch
  • Accounting
  • Administration

An interesting side note is our main facility, in the 1940s and 1950s, was a sound stage within the Isleworth Studios complex.  At that time, the premises included the largest water tank available in the Film Industry.  It was here that legendary director, John Huston, completed the watery Congo scenes from the well-known film “The African Queen”.  What a unique sight that must have been – Humphrey Bogart (who in 1952 won an Oscar for his performance) hauling the boat, The African Queen, through a tank of freezing water, covered in live leeches (visitors to CP Cases are not subjected to this sort of experience)!

We opened our US facility in late 2013, in Bishopville, MD.

To learn more about CP Cases, please send us an email or contact us here.  We will reply quickly and we look forward to assisting you with your next project.

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