CPR won the Best Family Business Award and were finalist in the Excellence in People Development Award at the Working4Business Awards 2018 in front of over 200 guests at the glittering event on Friday 27 April 2018. Held at the Clydebank Town Hall, guests were entertained throughout the evening by the host Karen Dunbar and the event raised a fantastic £1,800 for the Children's Hospice charity CHAS. 2>
West Dunbartonshire Council leader Jonathan McColl said: “These awards provide a platform for celebrating the success and achievements of our thriving business community in West Dunbartonshire. Now in their second year, the awards highlight the diversity which exists in our business community with representatives from across sectors including manufacturing, electronics, tourism and social enterprises. The winners showcase the best of West Dunbartonshire’s business sector, and I want to congratulate each of them, and recognise the efforts and achievements of all of the finalist, and indeed, all the firms which entered the awards.
William Black, MD of CPR added: "This is an incredible achievement which acknowledges the hard work and commitment that everyone at CPR puts into making our business a success. To win Best Family Business is especially meaningful for us and we are thankful for the support we have received."