A number of key Capital Document Solutions personnel have been honoured for their long service as part of the company’s annual conference.
Thirteen members of the team were given awards recognising their dedication to the company over periods ranging from 10 to 30 years.
Capital welcomed around 200 people to the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) as a thank you to staff following a year of remarkable success, which resulted in best ever company results.
Ronnie Melvin and Billy Sweeney both received awards for 30 years’ service. There were awards for 25 years’ service for Ivan Chisholm, Andy Cleland, John Collier, who recently retired (seen above receiving retirement gift from Brad Robertson & Paul Cheetham of Ricoh UK), Graham Duff, Mark Harvie, Scott McKinnon, Graham Thompson and Richard Thompson.
Additionally, Gordon MacKenzie and Joanne MacDougall received awards for 20 years’ service while Sue Fawcett was recognised for 10 years’ service.
The evening’s entertainment was provided by the Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers, a professional touring company of highly-skilled performance artists.
Additionally, Ciara Harvie, daughter of Capital’s Area Sales Director Mark Harvie, performed for the second year in a row. A self-taught classical soprano, Ciara (16) has received widespread praise since she started singing nearly two years ago. She performed the theme from The Godfather Parla piu piano, The Lovers from The House of Flying Daggers and Nessun Dorma.
Tom Flockhart, Capital’s Founder and Managing Director, said: “It proved to be a wonderful occasion and I was delighted that so many of our colleagues were able to attend. I was particularly pleased to congratulate those members of our team who have been with us for so many years.
“Capital achieved remarkable success in 2013 thanks to the hard work and commitment of our team. We’re now looking forward to further developing the business over the next 12 months.”